The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB), as the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Baltimore region, seeks public comments through Tuesday, October 12 on the draft goals and strategies for Resilience 2050: Adapting to the Challenges of Tomorrow.
Details about the draft goals and strategies for Resilience 2050, and how to provide comments, are available below.
About the Resilience 2050 Goals and Strategies
As part of the development of the next long-range transportation plan, Resilience 2050, to be adopted in 2023, the BRTB is considering a revised set of regional goals and strategies.
The proposed goals represent broad aspirations for the regional transportation system, including:
|Goals that address the basic functions of transportation||Goals that address the conditions or effects of transportation||Goals that address the transportation decision-making process|
The BRTB is also considering multiple strategies for each goal. Strategies are approaches or policies to help the region to implement a goal. For example, “eliminate hazardous or substandard conditions in high-crash locations and corridors” is a specific strategy that can help the region to “improve system safety,” the regional goal.
Share Your Thoughts
Public comments are welcome from Wednesday, September 8 through Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at noon. The BRTB will vote on the Resilience 2050 goals and strategies on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
To share your thoughts and ideas, send all comments in writing to:
to take our survey
|855-925-2801 x 8248||resilience2050goals@PublicInput.com||
Comments are also welcome during the public comment opportunity at the BRTB meetings at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, September 28, Friday, October 29, or Tuesday, November 30 (scheduled vote).
For more information:
Zach Kaufman, firstname.lastname@example.org
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