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Data and Maps

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Project Map 2020-2029

An interactive 2020-2029 TIP online map shows specific locations for projects in the FBRMPO region. Projects are
symbolized by general “type” of project based on the description, but it may
not fully reflect all elements of the project. Roadway resurfacing, transit
projects, feasibility studies and similar projects are typically NOT shown. This map will be updated to reflect accurate right-of-way (ROW)
and construction (CST) dates, amended descriptions and costs. You are
encouraged to bookmark the map to stay up to date about projects in the region!

Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2045 Map

A project map of all projects (highway, bike, pedestrian, transit) included in the MTP 2045, including project amendments.

NCDOT Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) Map

The North Carolina Department of Transportation collects traffic data statewide to analyze and support planning, design, construction, maintenance, operation and research activities required to manage North Carolina’s transportation system. NCDOT uses traffic count stations and publishes reports annually, with secondary roads being counted typically every two years.

FBRMPO Functional Classification Map

The FBRMPO Functional Class map represents all maintained roads with functional classification assignments. As defined by the United States Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), functional classification is the process by which streets and highways are grouped into classes, or systems, according to the character of service they are intended to provide.


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Safety Performance Targets and Data

Federal regulations require MPOs and State DOTs to set targets for five safety performance measures. The most recent targets and numbers are reported below. Targets are based on NCDOT’s methodology of reducing crashes by 50% by the year 2030.

NCDOT adopted its 2021(current) safety targets in August 2020. These measures were adopted by the FBRMPO Board in February 2021 and align with the State Highway Safety Plan goal of cutting fatalities and serious injuries by 50% by 2035, and zero by 2050.

2021 Safety Performance Targets – MPO Region
Target2015-2019 Reported2021 Target
Reduce Total Fatalities52.0048.0
Reduce the Fatality Rate1.0490.966
Reduce Total Serious Injuries118.2112.2
Reduce the Serious Injury Rate2.3542.231
Reduce the total nonmotorized fatalities and serious injuries 17.8016.6


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