The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) and the Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) meet regularly to review and approve BGMPO actions. TCC and TAC meetings are held on the same day at 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, respectively, unless otherwise indicated. All meetings are being conducted virtually due to COVID-19 concerns and social distancing requirements.
2021 TAC/TCC Schedule:
- January 19
- March 16
- May 18
- August 17
- October 19
Agendas for TAC and TCC meetings are posted here one week (7 days) in advance. Minutes for each meeting are typically posted within the month following each meeting.
If you want to participate in the meeting and/or submit comments about any public hearing items, follow these steps:
- Contact the MPO Administrator via phone or email by 12:00 p.m. Mondays preceding the TCC and TAC meetings.
- To request access to participate in the meeting, send your full name and identify which public hearing item or items you want to address. You will then be sent instructions on how to participate, including a unique password that cannot be used by anyone else.
- To submit comments, send your full name and identify which public hearing item or agenda items the comments refer to.
Please contact the MPO Administrator if you have any questions.
SPOT 7.0 Subcommittee
The SPOT 7.0 Subcommittee was formed to evaluate the screening processes used by Burlington-Graham MPO that determines the final project list submitted to NCDOT for scoring. Volunteer representatives from the TCC chair the subcommittee. The meeting schedule for the SPOT 7.0 Subcommittee has been put on hold due to current reevaluation of the SPOT scoring matrices by NCDOT.
Highway Safety Subcommittee
Burlington-Graham MPO formed a Highway Safety Program in 2020 to spread awareness of and improve traffic safety within the region. In 2021, the MPO will begin development of a Highway Safety Plan that will evaluate current traffic safety performance, set performance measures and targets, and identify strategies to help improve safety for all. The Safety Subcommittee was formed to help with the planning, development and implementation of the Highway Safety Plan. The Safety Subcommittee is composed of representatives from the TAC and TCC, NCDOT, public health, law enforcement, and emergency response fields.