The Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) serves as an ongoing forum to increase understanding and build consensus among elected officials, transportation partners and the regional business community regarding key transportation challenges. The Regional Transportation Alliance business coalition coordinates the quarterly Tri-MAP meetings.

Tri-MAP affords participants a periodic solution-oriented dialogue to help identify potential pitfalls and opportunities in the advancement of our region’s mobility agenda.  Individual Tri-MAP participants cooperatively provide the information, guidance and insights needed to help the region develop sound transportation policy and outreach strategies.


Upcoming Meeting:

Triangle Mobility Action Partnership  (Tri-MAP)
Quarterly forum meeting, hosted by the Research Triangle Foundation
Friday, July 21, 2017
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

DRAFT AGENDA

Welcome and introductions — Mike McBrierty, RTA legislative and policy chair

CELEBRATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, REPORTS, and DISCUSSION ITEMS

  • 20mAccelerate 540, Autonomous 540
    – Beau Memory, NC Turnpike Authority
  • 20m – Regional Market Assessment, Durham-Orange corridor example
    – Patrick McDonough, GoTriangle

BRIEF UPDATES

  • 5m – RDU Master Plan and Funding
    – tba, Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority
  • 5m – I-40 / “Fortify”
    – tba, NCDOT Division 5
  • 5m – Fastest 5 minutes for mobility
    – Joe Milazzo II, RTA

Adjourn


 

Confirmed or anticipated future meeting items:

  • 15m – East Coast Greenway Alliance and Health/Economic Impact Study – Kathryn Zeringue, ECGA  [confirmed for F Oct 20 mtg]
  • I-540 on-ramp signals – Steve Abbott, NCDOT Communications [confirmed for F Oct 20 mtg]; Battle Whitley, NCDOT Div. 5
  • I-40/Fortify – Steve Abbott, NCDOT Communications [confirmed for F Oct 20 mtg]; Battle Whitley, NCDOT Div. 5
  • Multimodal 54 – Patrick McDonough, GoTriangle and Joe Milazzo II, RTA  [confirmed for F Oct 20 mtg]

 

Pending future meeting items:

  • Freeway Safety and Traffic Operations Partnership (F-STOP) – Battle Whitley, NCDOT Div. 5
  • I-40 Partnership:  action plan update – Meredith McDiarmid, PE, NCDOT Mobility and Safety
  • Wake Transit: status of BRT corridors
  • Regional toll study
  • Express lanes in the Triangle
  • I-540 Shoulder Managed Lanes/Express Shoulder Lanes 540 pilot
  • Wake Transit implementation – next steps/quarterly update
  • Higher speed rail – next steps

 

2017 Tri-MAP meeting dates
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
RTP Headquarters – 12 Davis Dr.

Friday, Jan. 20
Friday, April 7
Friday, July 21
Friday, Oct. 20

NOTE:  Click here for prior Tri-MAP meeting agendas


Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) — partial list of partners:

  • Area metropolitan planning organizations for transportation (MPOs)
  • GoTriangle
  • RDU Airport Authority
  • Mayors or representatives from the largest cities in the Triangle
  • County commissioners or representatives from Durham, Orange, and Wake Counties
  • NC Metropolitan Mayors Coalition
  • Triangle-J Council of Governments
  • Triangle area members of the NC Board of Transportation along with NCDOT staff from both central office and Triangle area divisions
  • Triangle area members of the NC Turnpike Authority
  • NC Railroad Company
  • Members or staff from area state and federal legislative delegations
  • Regional Transportation Alliance business coalition

All Tri-MAP meetings are hosted by:

RTP