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Community Engagement Opportunities

To develop a shared vision of future transit opportunities throughout North Harnett, a robust stakeholder and public engagement process will be conducted for this Study. Throughout the Study, we will seek public input on the desire and demand for transit throughout the study area and feedback on the potential transit solutions to meet those demands. The Study will collect public input through various promotional and outreach techniques designed to reach the diverse community that lives, works, and travels through the study area including pop-up events, online surveys, public meetings, and more.

Engagement Goals

To deliver a successful public engagement process, the Study set goals to measure the success of engagement efforts. These goals were developed with the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization's (CAMPO) Public Participation Plan in mind, which states, “CAMPO seeks to provide opportunities in the transportation planning process to interested parties, as well as engage and involve members of the community who have not been traditionally involved.” The Study’s public engagement goals are to:

Educate stakeholders and the public about the North Harnett Transit Study.

Provide educational information about transit to stakeholders and the public to ensure they make informed decisions.

Proactively provide updates and information through various methods to increase reach.

Offer convenient opportunities to provide input through both virtual and in-person means (if possible).

Establish strong relationships with stakeholders through open and responsive communication.

Take the Online Survey

The Study seeks your feedback on the needs and goals for transit services to create a community vision for transit in Harnett County. The public survey will stay open through

May 19.

Paper copies of the survey are available upon request. To request a paper copy of the survey, contact the Study Team by email at or by calling the Study hotline at 855-925-2801. Instructions on how to submit a paper survey will be included in the survey document.

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Event Schedule

To encourage public participation in the development of this Study, allow for meaningful dialogue with communities, and provide opportunities for the public to learn about the study recommendations and provide input, pop-up events and public meetings will be hosted throughout the Study. Please check back frequently for information on upcoming events and meetings. 


Presentations and other meeting materials can be found under Study Documents.

May 2024


Town of Angier's Common Ground Concert Series & Makers Markets

Location: Angier Depot Square/R.H. Ellington Grounds, 19 W Depot Street, Angier, NC 27501

Date/Time: May 2, 2024 from 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 pm


Cape Fear Fest

Location: At the Intersection of First and Front Streets, Lillington, NC 27546

Date/Time: May 4, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 pm


Harnett Regional Jetport Ribbon Cutting & Jamboree

Location: 615 Airport Road, Erwin, NC 28339

Date/Time: May 18, 2024 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 pm

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