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Hello Everyone,

Bret Martin, CAMPO’s Wake Transit Program Manager will be presenting “Overview of the 2020-2024 Wake Transit Capital Improvement Plan”. Lunch will be provided at Cary Town Hall. A brief summary of the presentation is as follow:

The focus of Wake Transit Plan implementation is currently in transition from a focus on regional-scale and program-level planning to project-level planning, design, and construction. In support of the Wake County Transit Planning Advisory Committee, the Capital Area MPO recently completed the 2020-2027 capital improvement and operating programs to function as a blueprint for the strategic phasing of investments that will bring the Wake County Transit Plan vision to fruition. Bret Martin with the Capital Area MPO will provide an overview of the first five years of programmed capital investments.

Bret Martin is the Wake Transit Program Manager with the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and is responsible for managing CAMPO’s role in Wake Transit Plan implementation, including development of annual Wake Transit Plan Work Plan budgets and the multi-year capital improvement and operating programs, administration of the Community Funding Area program, staffing and facilitating the proceedings of the Wake County Transit Planning Advisory Committee, administration of the Wake Transit major capital project concurrence process, among other activities. Bret has over 12 years of experience in land use, transportation, and transit planning in a variety of contexts and is a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners. Bret holds a Masters Degree in Regional and Community Planning from Kansas State University.

Room number will be notified closer to the event.