Public Input

MVRPC has public participation open for 2 separate items. In lieu of an in-person public meeting, all documents are available for public review and comments on mvrpc.org/public-input. Comments on the TIP may be made through April 13 and on the Public Participation Policy through April 27, 2020.

Please also review the DRAFT Public Participation Policy Update below.

TIP Comment

2021-2024 Final Draft Transportation Improvement Program

The Region's Long Range Transportation Plan is monitored and implemented through the TIP process. Specifically outlined in the TIP are the Region's highway, bikeway/pedestrian and transit improvements that are federally and/or state financed. Before local jurisdictions can move forward with any proposed project implementation or construction, that project must first gain approval for use of federal or state dollars by the Region's policy board and become a part of the TIP.

The Final Draft SFY2021 – 2024 TIP list includes road construction projects, bike/pedestrian projects, bus/transit and other transportation-related projects and services planned for SFY 2021-SFY2024 (four years: July 1, 2020– June 30, 2024).

The Final SFY2021–2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is anticipated to be adopted in May 2020.

Download or view the Final Draft SFY2021-2024 TIP Report. Separate report sections are also available for faster download.

Public feedback is encouraged and written comments will be accepted through April 13, 2020, via the online TIP comment form, sent to the above address, or via email to Paul Arnold, Manager of Short Range Programs, at parnold@mvrpc.org. Comments can also be added to individual projects via the MVRPC Web TELUS online application. See the video Introduction to Web TELUS for help on using the web app.

 

 

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DRAFT MVRPC Public Participation Policy Update comments

The DRAFT MVRPC Public Participation Policy Update is intended to guide and facilitate meaningful discussion and consensus building throughout the transportation planning process, as well as in other non-transportation related, but regionally significant plans and studies. This policy was developed in accordance with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Environmental Justice (EJ) and Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) guidelines. Public feedback is encouraged and written comments will be accepted for the DRAFT Policy through April 27, 2020, at the above address or via email to Stacy Schweikhart, Director of Strategy and Engagement, at sschweikhart@mvrpc.org.

 

 

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