From the Executive Director

Executive Director's Update

October 2017 Update

Every four years, partnering agencies of the Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network survey trail users. They are asked questions like: How did you hear about the trails? What is your primary activity on the trails, and did you make a purchase during your outing on the trail? The results provide information to help the Region plan future programming and maintenance projects. Click read full article to learn more. Read full article

September 2017 Update

MVRPC’s RIDESHARE Program is available to anyone who lives, works, or attends college in Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Darke, Preble, or Clinton County. This free program matches those who want to carpool, vanpool, or bike together to work or college. Miami Valley jurisdictions, local businesses and colleges are encouraged to promote this service to their residents, employees, and students. Carpooling, vanpooling or biking to your destination helps reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, which benefits everyone. A new, mobile-friendly website, with upgraded ridematching software, makes it easier for others to connect and commute together. Read full article

August 2017 Update

MVRPC invites you to attend the open house public meeting being held Tuesday, August 29, 2017. This open house meeting is part of the United States Department of Transportation’s Certification Review of MVRPC’s Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process. This is your chance to provide input regarding the Region’s transportation planning process. Click read full article to learn more and view the August 2017 update. Read full article

Air Pollution Advisories and what they mean for residents of the Miami Valley.

The Miami Valley Region has already experienced Air Pollution Advisories this summer and it is predicted there will be more. The Regional Air Pollution Control Agency (RAPCA) monitors the air in the area. If and when air pollution levels are forecasted to be high, an "Air Pollution Advisory" will be issued by MVRPC in conjunction with RAPCA. This means that residents of the area may be experiencing breathing difficulties especially vulnerable groups like children, the elderly and people with respiratory diseases and should reduce their time spent outdoors. Click read the full article to learn more about Air Pollution Advisories and actions you can take to help reduce air pollution. Read full article