MoveDC, DDOT’s effort to form a long-term transportation plan, is moving into the last leg of its journey. Its advisory board, made up of DC residents, is meeting about the plan next week. And the public is encouraged to participate.
The last Transportation Plan Advisory Committee meeting was postponed due to snow in January. Monday, February 10th is the new date.
MoveDC is also seeking more information on your transportation needs and how it can address them. Links to more information can be found in the announcement:
moveDC Transportation Plan Advisory Committee Meeting Rescheduled for February 10, 2014
When: Monday, February 10, 2014
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center (District- or state-issued ID is required to pass through security)
2000 14th Street NW (2nd floor public meeting room)
Washington, DC 20009
The TPAC is made up of District residents from each Ward who are active in transportation-related issues and other civic endeavors and is charged with acting in an advisory role to the moveDC project team throughout the plan development process. moveDC is a collaborative planning effort, led by DDOT’s Policy, Planning and Sustainability Administration (PPSA), to develop a Multimodal Long Range Transportation Plan for the District of Columbia.
Join Our Blog Conversation!
Whether or not you are able to make it to the Transportation Advisory Committee (TPAC) meeting, we want to hear your responses to our blog post, “What will moveDC do for me?
Learn more by following the moveDC project online:
moveDC is a collaborative planning effort to develop a Multimodal Long Range Transportation Plan for the District. The moveDC plan will include recommendations to coordinate bus, rail, vehicular, bicycle, pedestrian, and freight for the current and next generation of residents, workers, and visitors. Visit www.wemoveDC.org for the latest information, to submit ideas, and to sign up for our email list.