Over the last year, NCDOT collected ideas from experts, industry representatives, and community advocates on ways to accelerate the decarbonization of North Carolina’s transportation sector. This work has been summarized in the state’s first Clean Transportation Plan (NCCTP). In this fourth and final Public Information Session, NCDOT will provide an overview of the plan including the priority strategies that emerged from the five NCCTP work groups, and an inventory of critical next steps.
The N.C. Department of Transportation will host the fourth in a series of public information sessions on the N.C. Clean Transportation Plan from 4 pm to 5 pm on Tuesday February 28, 2023.
The session will be virtual on the GoToWebinar platform and is free to attend. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate!
Registration for the webinar is required at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5394425476460876889
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Following the public information session on Feb 28, a draft of the NCCTP will be available online
for public review and comment from March 1 – 15.
In-Person Open Houses and Feedback on Draft Plan
NCDOT has scheduled a series of in-person open houses from March 2 – March 6 . These open houses will provide regional forums for answering questions and capturing valuable feedback on the plan.
The information provided and feedback requested will be identical at each location.
Opportunities for feedback will be available at each open house and online through March 15.