DCHC MPO Transit Alternatives Analysis Public Workshop - Chapel Hill

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Date: 

Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

Chapel Hill Town Hall

What is this program?

The DCHC MPO programs state and federal transportation projects in our region.  The MPO is reviewing different alternatives for meeting future transportation needs and inviting citizens to participate.  The public comment period will be from Friday, August 17, 2012 through Wednesday, October 10, 2012.

 

How can I participate?

There are several options for participating, including:

 

www.dchcmpo.org -- Web site provides:

§  A description and presentation (tables and maps) of the alternatives – See “Alternatives Analysis” or use this link:

                       http://www.dchcmpo.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=92&Itemid=35

§  An email link for making comments; and,

§  List of opportunities to provide your comments at the local government level (see list in Introduction document).

 

Public Hearing – Citizens can provide feedback to local elected officials (Transportation Advisory Committee); Wednesday, September 12, 2012, at 9:00AM in the Committee Room (2nd Floor of Durham City Hall, 101 City Hall Plaza).  Persons with disabilities will be accommodated -- provisions must be requested at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

 

Public Workshops

·       Hillsborough -- 9/13, “The Town Barn,” 4-7 PM;

·       Durham -- 9/18, Durham Station Transportation Center, 4-7PM; and,

·       Chapel Hill -- 9/20, Chapel Hill Town Hall, 4-7PM.

 

Who can I contact?

Comments and questions should be directed to:

               Andy Henry, City of Durham, Transportation Department

               101 City Hall Plaza

               Durham, NC  27701

               E-mail:  andrew.henry@durhamnc.gov    Phone:  (919) 560-4366, ext. 36419

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Post irrelevant to admin's post

While the South Africa labor issue is of international importance, those of us who work to get public participation in important local/regional issues and processes would appreciate it if such posts could be started elsewhere in OP.  Ed Harrison