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Linking Hampton Roads: A Regional Active Transportation Plan-UPDATE

Linking Hampton Roads: A Regional Active Transportation Plan-UPDATE
Public Comment Period Open for Chapter Three: Needs Assessment

Linking Hampton Roads will be the region’s first active transportation plan.  HRTPO staff has been working with the staffs of cities and counties within Hampton Roads, as well as the HRTPO Active Transportation (AT) Subcommittee to review existing active transportation facilities. Using localities’ most recent Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data and active transportation plans, the HRTPO is assessing what is needed to link the AT facilities across the region.  Following Chapter 3, staff will provide regional recommendations that will then be prioritized using the Hampton Roads 2045 Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) process.

HRTPO staff is asking the public for comments from January 31, 2019 to February 14, 2019 on Linking Hampton Roads – Chapter Three: Needs Assessment.  The draft chapter and previous chapters can be found at HERE.

Please submit all comments to Steve Lambert (slambert@hrtpo.org) by COB February 14, 2019.

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