Bi-State Regional Commission Seeks Input for Future Transportation in the Quad Cities
Local officials are working with Bi-State Regional Commission staff to prepare an update of the Quad Cities Long Range Transportation Plan by early 2021. It will include transportation and economic goals, proposed transportation projects, and other infrastructure/development strategies.
The Kick-Off Open Houses will take comments on what citizens want planned for transportation into 2050. To review the existing 2045 long range transportation plan, go to the link at http://www.bistateonline.org.
Kick-Off Meetings for Public Input
Bi-State Regional Commission is conducting two public input open houses to get residents' comments and opinions on what is needed to achieve progress, innovation, and connectivity in the Quad Cities, and to move people and goods safely and efficiently.
Short presentations will begin every 30 minutes to outline the planning process. Bi-State staff will be available at each meeting site to take comments and discuss issues related to transportation and the economy.
Thursday, February 13 3:30-5:30 p.m. Eastern Iowa Community College, 101 W. Third Street Davenport, Iowa
Community Room C133. Located at Brady and Third Streets in Downtown Davenport
Note: The meeting rooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. If you require special accommodations for these meetings, please notify Bryan Schmid, (309) 793-6300, Ext. 1123 or [email protected]
For more information, contact Bi-State Regional Commission at (309) 793-6300.
Online Public Input Option
Additionally, residents can provide online comments if not able to attend these input sessions. Can’t make a meeting? Give your transportation opinions online by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QCMPO2050, through February 29, 2020.
Eastern Iowa Community College
101 W. 3rd St.
Davenport, Iowa 52801