News for Transportation

Centralina's Executive Board Approves Letter to Federal Representatives on How to Meet the Region’s Transportation Needs 7/2014
Congressional Delegation is asked to appropriately fund national surface transportation program in the next nationwide surface transportation program. (more)

“Volunteer Transportation Services” Gearing up to Serve the Centralina Region 4/2014
New Centralina program will utilize volunteers to provide transportation services to older adults, veterans and persons with disabilities. (more)

CCOG Planners Lead State & National Planning Discussions with Centralina Initiatives 5/2013
Centralina CONNECT Our Future & Plug-In Electric Vehicle collaborative highlighted at national and state planning conferences. (more)

Centralina Region Mobility Management Agency to Launch in Late 2013 4/2013
Centralina awarded $450,000 to initiate mobility management program (more)

Centralina Requests Freight Mobility Plan Support 12/2012
Increased freight activity and the opportunity for substantially expanding freight shipping is among critical reasons to create a regional plan for coordinated intermodal freight movement. (more)

Centralina Staff Requesting Endorsement of Mobility Management Agency Grant Application 11/2012
The Centralina region moves closer to a mobility management system focused on human service transit options for veterans, the elderly and persons with disabilities. (more)

Freight Mobility Plan Scoping Process Open Houses January 30 and February 8 1/2012
What concerns and needs should be addressed in a Regional Freight Mobility plan? Come and tell us at one of the upcoming open houses! (more)

Transportation Program Coordinator Bjorn Hansen is Back 9/2011
Bjorn returns to his job with a Bronze Star, completing a 10-month deployment in Iraq. (more)

CCOG Receives NADO Award for Excellence in Regional Transportation 8/2011
Lake Norman Regional Bicycle Plan process snags a 2011 NADO award. (more)

Planning for Regional Freight Movement 7/2011
Transportation Study Outcome - regional policymakers agree to move forward with a coordinated regional freight plan. (more)