SPOT Process

What’s Happening Now

  • July 11, 2018–IRPO assigns final Regional local input points
  • October 3, 2018–IRPO assigns final Division local input points

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NCDOT SPOT Resources

P5.0 Workgroup Recommendations

Strategic Transportation Investments video

Prioritization Resources website

SPOT 5.0 Documents

Public Comments Received During Comment Period (June 25, 2018-July 9th, 2018)

Public Comments  

Public Comment 2

Regional Projects to Receive Local Input Points-DRAFT

Division Projects to Receive Local Input Points–DRAFT

Spreadsheet of All Projects Being Considered for Inclusion in the 2020-2029 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)–You can download it or view online.

Web Map of All Projects Being Considered for Inclusion in the 2020-2029 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) can be found here.

Prioritization 5.0 Project Solicitation, Local Input Point Assignment and Ranking Process

  • Final Methodology approved March 7, 2018
  • January-February 2018 – Public Comment Period–No public comments were received.

Projects Submitted to SPOT 5.0–September 29, 2017

  • Aviation
  • Bicycle/Pedestrian
  • Highway
  • Transit

Official Highway Slate

SPOT 5.0 Timeline–July 2017

SPOT 4.0 Final Documents

STI Powerpoint

IRPO Submissions Spreadsheet –November 20, 2015

Prioritization 4.0 Project Solicitation, Local Input Point Assignment and Ranking Process–January 2016 -No public comments were received.

Prioritization Resources

Draft List of Projects to Receive Local Input Points –June 2016

Scoring Matrix including quantitative SPOT scores, IRPO scores and supporting data –June 2016

Local Comment Period on Draft Lists of Projects–Regional and Division to receive Local Input Points–June-July 2016

Final Regional Points Assigned–July 2016

  • No changes from the draft Regional Point Assignments, see here
    • Technical Error: 100 points were assigned by the TAC to H141905, upgrading US 74 to Interstate standards. However, the maximum number of points allowed by SPOT is 94. The 6 remaining points will remain unassigned.
  • Final Letter to SPOT office, see here

Final Division Points Assigned–October 2016

  • Three changes from the draft Division Point Assignments, see here for the spreadsheet
  • Final Letter to SPOT office, explaining the rationale for the changes, see here

Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)–January 2017, see here

 

Archive (SPOT 3.0)

 

 

Updated 5/1/2018