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Get to know FBRMPO

The French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (FBRMPO) is a partnership between local and state government that makes decisions about transportation planning in urbanized areas and meets planning requirements established by federal authorizing legislation for transportation funding. In addition, FBRMPO is required to prepare long range transportation plans for the planning area with a minimum 20-year horizon. Additional tasks include developing an annual planning work program and assistance in prioritization of projects to be included in the State Transportation Improvemement Program (NCDOT’s funding for a 10-year period). FBRMPO was created in 1962 as the region centered around Asheville continued to experience growth and reached a population of 50,000 which constitutes the federally-mandated threshold for a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MPO currently serves over 414,000 people across 21 municipalities. MORE ABOUT US

Upcoming Meetings & Events

MPO TCC

November 21, 2019 (Joint with Board)
11am at Land of Sky

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MPO BOARD

November 21, 2019 (Joint with TCC)
1pm at Land of Sky

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Public Input + Noteworthy

SPOT 6.0
SPOT 6.0
The Strategic Prioritization Process is a data-driven, transparent method for prioritizing transportation projects and is used to develop the State Transportation Improvement Programs (STIP), which identify th...
FBRMPO Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2045
FBRMPO Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2045
The French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (FBRMPO) is updating the region's Metropolitan Transportation Plan called MTP 2045. The FBRMPO covers Buncombe, Henderson and parts of H...
Public Comment Opportunities
Public Comment Opportunities
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The five county region is expected to grow by 168,000 people between 2015 and 2045, that's over 5,600 people every year!
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The MTP looks 25 years into the future to forecast changes in the region and provides an opportunity to update the investments we will make to support communities today and in the future.
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In some sections, I-26 has over 85,000 vehicles per day, 11% of which are trucks. Over 114,000 vehicles will travel on I-26 by 2040!