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The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is developing a Regional Arterials Plan (RAP) and asks for feedback from the public. The purpose of the RAP is to build on local planning efforts and take a regional focus on roadways that serve a vital role as major corridors connecting people and places throughout the six-county CAMPO Region, according to Nicholas Samuel, CAMPO Regional Planner. An arterial road is smaller than a major highway, such as Interstate 35, and can be from two to six lanes wide. Arterials are larger roads than local neighborhood streets, meaning, major roadways.
The vision of CAMPO for the RAP is to facilitate a framework for the realization of a broad set of mobility choices that are safe, convenient, reliable, resilient and efficient, and promote equitable prosperity, region-wide connectivity, economic development and healthy communities. Summer is designated as the time to analyze the travel model and determine a conceptual plan, gathering public input. A draft plan is expected to be available for review in Fall 2018.
There are two ways to complete the survey: Online now or in person on May 8 with one of the CAMPO survey takers, which should take about five minutes, said Samuel.
In person Information:
Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Time: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Taylor Public Library, 801 Vance St., Taylor, TX 76574
Online surveys are accessible now in English and in Spanish.
Read the 4-page Regional Arterials Plan brochure.