Posts tagged: Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization
Sign on to resolution for better regional transportation plan
BEST invites community organizations and individuals to sign on to our Resolution for a Better Central Lane Regional Transportation Plan by Wednesday, March 2, 2022.
BEST, other community leaders say more work needed on regional transportation plan
BEST and other community leaders charge that the region’s transportation plan does not yet serve regional interests and are calling for a revised plan by the end of 2022.
BEST pushes to improve ‘backward-looking’ transportation plan
On urging from BEST and other advocates, the Metropolitan Policy Committee (MPC) has extended the time for review of the draft Central Lane Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).
Participate in Central Lane Regional Transportation Plan online open house by February 28
The Eugene-Springfield-Coburg area is expected to grow by over 50,000 people in the next 25 years. Updated every four years, the Central Lane Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) serves as a blueprint for the area’s long-term transportation…
Urge Metropolitan Policy Committee to adopt goal or objective to slow climate change
UPDATE 11/5/2020: Added BEST’s recommendations … and a summary of MPC’s action and a link to the video of the meeting. BEST and other community leaders are pushing local officials to slow climate change, which…