The city has many competing transportation infrastructure priorities; however, the City does not have a comprehensive tool to define and prioritize the current and future transportation infrastructure needs. The City has determined it is important to develop a single plan to define and prioritize projects to maximize infrastructure investments for the community, thereby guiding actions that will contribute to some larger objectives such as higher levels of mobility, safety and mode choice, less congestion, higher quality of life, attractive business climate, or an efficient freight system.
This summer, the City selected Stantec Consulting Services and their design team to develop a concept plan for the Multi-Modal Transportation Plan, which the City previously partnered with to develop the Self-Driving Shuttle Feasibility Study and Concept Plan adopted by City Council earlier this year.
An Advisory Committee has been assembled to guide the planning process for this project and the Rail Trail Phase 3 Extension project, which is happening concurrently, and opportunities for public input are soon approaching. A kickoff meeting to gather public input will be held, in conjunction with public input for the City's Rail Trail Phase 3 Extension, on the following date:
Wednesday, September 26th 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm North DeKalb Senior Center 3393 Malone Drive