Iowa DOT asks for input on passenger transportation in Hiawatha 4/30

Passing along a note from the Linn County Trails Association:

Please considering coming to this important event to speak about the need for bike-to-work lanes and trails.  Iowa Department of Transportation seeks your input:

Iowa DOT public meeting this Thursday, 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Hiawatha City Hall

The Iowa DOT is presenting Iowans with a golden opportunity to encourage sustainable transportation and land-use before April ends. Whether you feel we need more bike-to-work lanes, passenger rail options, or goals to address climate change – this is your chance to be heard. Six meetings are being held across the state to seek the public’s input on transportation needs.

The Statewide Passenger Transportation Funding Study is seeking your input to identify gaps between current public transit, carpool/vanpool programs, intercity bus and rail services, and what you and your neighbors believe are transportation needs. Using the information from these meetings and through other sources, plans will be made to address Iowa’s future transportation plans.


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