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The SPOT process is a competitive process used in North Carolina to prioritize transportation projects. Through this process, projects are evaluated, scored, and either committed funding, or re-entered to compete in future rounds of SPOT. North Carolina is currently in the process of the seventh iteration of SPOT (SPOT 7.0). In simple terms, North Carolina is currently in the process of prioritizing transportation projects (roads, sidewalks/greenways, public transit, & rail) and choosing which ones to commit available funding to. This process occurs every two years.

Each iteration of the SPOT process results in a new State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The STIP is a federally required document that details the next ten years of federally funded transportation projects and is updated every 2-4 years. This current iteration of SPOT (SPOT 7.0) will be used to develop the 2026-2035 STIP.

The purpose of this survey is to gauge the public's sentiment on projects that were submitted in this round of SPOT. The results of this survey will be presented to the French Broad River MPO's and Land of Sky RPO's Governing Board and will be used to inform the application of Local Input Points to projects that are a priority to the region. Local Input Points provide our region with an opportunity to increase the scores of projects that are a priority for our region.

The projects currently being considered were submitted by the French Broad River MPO, Land of Sky RPO, or NCDOT Divisions based on current plans, identified needs, or stakeholder requests.

For more information on the SPOT process click here.

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