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City of Missoula News Release:
Contact: Aaron Wilson
Missoula MPO, Transportation Planning Manager
Do you love our community and care about our transportation system? We do too. The Missoula Connect team will host two virtual open houses this month to discuss the Long-Range Transportation Plan that will inform the development of our region’s transportation system for the next 30 years. Open house dates and times:
Visit the following page to register for the open house events: Long Range Transportation Plan Participation Page
- March 24th 6:00 P.M.
- March 25th and 12:00 P.M.
If you are unable to attend these meeting but still want to learn more and provide input, visit Missoula Connect's main page
and be sure to take the survey on imbedded on the page
. More on Missoula Connect:
Planning for transportation improvements is crucial to accommodate Missoula’s growing population. The Missoula Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is providing public input opportunities for the draft of Missoula Connect our region's 2050 Long-Range Transportation Plan.
In the fall of 2020, the MPO oriented Missoula Connect around three transportation network scenarios designed to meet the publicly informed goals for our transportation system. Since then, the MPO and consultant team has continued their efforts by collecting input from the community and advisory committees to create a draft list of projects and programs. Before this data is integrated into the final plan, the public is encouraged to share their thoughts to implement any final feedback that may have been missed in prior outreach phases.
Once the team receives final input on the project list, selected programs, and policies, they will finalize a draft Missoula Connect for adoption. The team will produce a fiscally constrained list of recommended projects that will identify near-, medium-, and long-term priorities for the 30-year Missoula Connect horizon. They will review policy recommendations, adding partners and identifying the most important actions for the region, and bring all of this together into a draft plan for public review in May of 2021 and adoption in June of 2021.
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