Metro offers sessions on regional transportation plan
The Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization (CLMPO) is conducting an online open house to support the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).
The RTP serves as a blueprint for Central Lane County’s long-term transportation projects and is updated every four years. It guides how we spend federal money on transportation projects in Eugene, Springfield, and Coburg and outlines how to proceed with ongoing projects and programs. These programs include expanding different types of travel options, as well as environmental, job growth, and equity initiatives.
With our region expected to grow by over 50,000 people in the next 25 years, it’s important that we create a plan that considers the community’s current and future transportation needs. Your input can help us better understand these needs so that we can create a transportation system that works for everyone.
Specifically, you can help us identify areas in Eugene, Springfield, and Coburg where getting around is challenging; things you like about the current transportation system; what types of transportation — roads, public transit, bike and walking trails — you’d like to see more (or less); and any new types of transportation you’d like to see.
Learn more about the project and provide feedback about transportation in Central Lane County. Participate in the online open house now through February 28, 2021 – ¡Comparta su opinión!
Those who participate in the online open house or mail in the questionnaire will be entered into a raffle to win one of four $25 gift cards to Fred Meyer.