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The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) is updating the 2017 Southeast Area Study (SEAS) to refresh its policies and practices and produce recommendations for land use and transportation. The study focuses on the evolving priorities and needs in parts of Wake and Johnston County. The SEAS Update will review the existing conditions of the study area and recommend regional improvements for future land use and development and multiple modes of transportation including roadways, bicycle, and pedestrian needs, transit, and even freight and rail considerations. The recommendations that come out of the SEAS Update will inform the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), a region-wide long-range transportation plan that is updated every four years.
In addition to a technical analysis, public feedback will heavily inform the SEAS Update, so we need to hear from you!
What is an Area Study?
CAMPO conducts area studies to allow a deep dive into the local road network, multimodal plans, and opportunities in a smaller study area of the region.
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Process and Schedule
The SEAS Update planning process will occur over the span of 14 months, beginning in April 2022 and concluding with final plan adoption in June 2023. The planning process is structured around three main phases of public engagement as seen below:
Right now the project team is documenting the State of the Region, the existing conditions analysis for the SEAS Update.
Mar - Apr 2022
Start Up and Preparation
Public Engagement Plan
May - Aug 2022
State of the Region
Policy and Plan Review
Hot Spot Identification
Listen and learn from the public to seek input on vision, goals, and study area challenges.
Sept 2022 - Jan 2023
Multimodal Recommendations Development
Policy and Land Use Best Practices Toolbox
Hot Spot Analysis
Seek input on potential preferred and recommended alternatives.
Feb - May 2023
Present final recommendations to the public for review and comment.
Presentations and Adoption Efforts
This calendar displays our SOT meeting dates.