Residents asked for input on transportation planning project
- Kyle Lambrecht, Civil Engineer, 970-221-6566, email@example.com
The City of Fort Collins and Larimer County are seeking public input to help guide future transportation projects in the City and its Growth Management Area.
The opportunity is part of the Transportation Capital Projects Prioritization Study (TCPPS), an effort that will result in a list of key transportation improvement projects for which the City will seek future funding.
Residents are invited to complete a two-part survey at http://ourcity.fcgov.com/tcpps. Part 1 asks a series of questions about personal usage and perceived quality of transportation infrastructure for all modes of travel (automobiles, bicycles, walking, and transit). Part 2 of the survey asks respondents to identify locations of safety or congestion issues for each mode of travel. Participants can upload pictures of the safety and congestion locations to provide more detail in their response.
Additional opportunities for public input will be announced later in the project.
Overall, the TCPPS will analyze safety and congestion data for intersections and arterial roadways such as Drake Road, Shields Street, and Timberline Road, and not local neighborhood streets. While previous planning efforts like the Transportation Master Plan will be used as touchpoints to include multimodal improvements, the intent is not to update those existing documents.
For more information and resources about the project, visit http://ourcity.fcgov.com/tcpps.