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Transportation Commission Seeking Community Input on Planning Efforts

The Lassen County Transportation Commission is working on several transportation planning efforts in order to keep the region in compliance with state transportation planning guidelines and competitive for transportation grant funding and is asking for public input through two online surveys.

LCTC is creating an Active Transportation Plan and a Transit Development Plan.

Active Transportation refers to human forms of travel such as walking and biking. The plan will identify projects designed to promote more walking and biking in the county. For example, designated bicycle lanes and paths or eliminating gaps in the sidewalk network.

“LCTC wants to know more about your active transportation travel patterns and any issues you see with walking/biking in Lassen County,” explains Transportation Planner Justine Marmesh. “These answers will help us prioritize pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout the county.”

“These plans evaluate existing conditions, gather public and stakeholder input, and provide recommendations for improvement.”

The ATP focuses primarily on active transportation modes such as walking and bicycling, while the TDP places an emphasis on transit, such as the Lassen Rural Bus, and other types of transportation services provided throughout the county.

To fully capture public and stakeholder input for each plan, LCTC has created two online surveys. They ask that you take 5-10 minutes to complete each of the surveys at the following links:

Active Transportation Plan Survey

Transit Development Plan Survey

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso Publisher/Editor
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