Comments Open Until May 31|
Online & In-Person
Comment period open for Mobility 2045 update
North Texas residents have until May 31 to weigh in on the plan, which is a multimodal blueprint of transportation system improvements scheduled through 2045.
Time & Location
Comments Open Until May 31
Online & In-Person
About the Event
Planners have sought input on the Mobility 2045 Update from the public through various methods, including public input opportunities, meetings and the online public engagement tool, Map Your Experience.
North Texas residents have until May 31 to weigh in on the plan, which is a multimodal blueprint of transportation system improvements scheduled through 2045. As the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s Metropolitan Planning Organization, the North Central Texas Council of Governments is responsible for developing and maintaining a Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Mobility 2045 lays out the spending of federal and state transportation funds in accordance with regional goals.
The Regional Transportation Council is scheduled to adopt the plan in June. Once approved, the U.S. Department of Transportation must determine if the plan complies with federal air quality regulations, allowing current and future transportation projects to proceed.
Keep up with the progress of the Mobility 2045 Update.
Note: The Tarrant Transit Alliance is a 501(c)(4) organization. As such, contributions to a 501(c)(4)s are not tax-deductible as charitable contributions because of our ability to engage in an unlimited amount of lobbying and affect the political process directly. Your contribution gives us the opportunity to accomplish real change for transit in Tarrant County.
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