Boulder County to Hold Community Meetings Ahead of Transportation Plan Update
Boulder County transportation officials this week will hold a series of public meetings to gather input for the planned transportation master plan update. The plan was adopted in 2012.
Residents interested in the process “can visit with and provide invaluable input to staff on the focus areas” of the study, officials wrote in a email blast Monday. Attendees also can fill out a survey about the update at bit.ly/2xVCM5l.
Meetings will be:
• 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Kestrel Housing community room, 1120 S. Kestrel Lane, Louisville.
• 6 p.m. Wednesday at St. Vrain Community Hub, 513 Coffman St., Longmont
• 6 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Boulder Chamber of Commerce building, 2440 Pearl St., Boulder.
“The primary purpose of this effort is to update the original (transportation master plan) to include new or trending transportation-related technology, changes in demographics, land use, travel patterns, opportunities for infrastructure and economic resiliency, and identify funding challenges and opportunities,” officials wrote in the email.
Future public hearings are scheduled for early 2019.
Anthony Hahn: 303-473-1422, email@example.com or twitter.com/_anthonyhahn