Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) serves as an ongoing, triannual forum to foster dialogue among elected officials, transportation partners, and the regional business community regarding surface and air transportation activities. The Regional Transportation Alliance business coalition coordinates the periodic (3x /year) Tri-MAP meetings.
Tri-MAP participants representing municipal, county, regional, state, and national partner organizations cooperatively provide updates and insights at each meeting to help increase awareness and understanding of mobility issues and opportunities.
Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP)
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Hosted by Research Triangle Foundation of NC
Welcome – Maeve Gardner, RTA legislative and policy chair
Keynote speaker – NCDOT Chief Operating Officer Bobby Lewis
Brief updates – maximum 3 minutes for each partner organization
Review prior meeting agendas since 2013 here.
2019 Tri-MAP triannual meeting and keynote speaker calendar
All meetings 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at RTP Headquarters – 12 Davis Dr.
- Wed. Jan. 30 – NC Secretary of Commerce Tony Copeland
- Wed. May 15 – NCDOT Chief Operating Officer Bobby Lewis
- Wed. Sept. 18 – Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority President and CEO Michael Landguth
All Tri-MAP meetings are hosted by:
The Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) is a public-private regional transportation forum facilitated by the Regional Transportation Alliance business coalition.
Partial list of participants:
- Capital Area MPO, City of Durham/GoDurham, City of Raleigh/GoRaleigh, Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro MPO, Durham County, Federal Highway Administration, GoTriangle, NC Board of Transportation, NCDOT, NC House of Representatives, North Carolina Railroad Company, NC Senate, NC Turnpike Authority, Orange County, Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority, Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, Research Triangle Regional Partnership, Town of Cary/GoCary, Town of Chapel Hill/Chapel Hill Transit, Triangle J Council of Governments, US House of Representatives, US Senate, Wake County, area chambers of commerce and the Regional Transportation Alliance.