Jacksonville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
The following documents are available for public review and comment through February 28. Documents may be viewed online or at the JUMPO office, 815 New Bridge St., Jacksonville. A Transportation Open House to review the documents and accept comments will be held on February 12 at the Jacksonville Center for Public Safety, 200 Marine Blvd. from 5 pm to 7 pm. Project information for U-5736, Western Blvd. improvements, will also be available.
The current 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is being amended to include additional projects to further the goals of the plan and to include updated cost estimates. The LRTP is a federally required, fiscally constrained document. Review the plan here.
Transportation projects in North Carolina are selected using a data-driven approach and the current round of submissions is known as Prioritization 5.0 or P5.0. A part of the selection process allows local points to be assigned to projects as part of the overall score. JUMPO is required to create a methodology for how the local points will be assigned. The document explains the process for local point assignment by JUMPO.
Comments may be submitted by email to email@example.com, by phone to 910-938-5073, or in person at the JUMPO office, the Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) meeting on February 8, the Open House on February 12, or the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting on March 8.
Moving our community forward
The Jacksonville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (JUMPO) is the federally-mandated, regional, multimodal transportation planning agency for the Jacksonville urbanized area of southeastern North Carolina.