Community meetings scheduled for input on regional public transit needs
SETRPC to host series of public meetings
The South East Texas Regional Planning Commission’s Transportation and Environmental Division is gathering public comment to update the South East Texas Area Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan. The plan will contain strategies for increasing the availability and efficiency of public transportation services for all neighborhoods and communities in Jefferson, Orange, and Hardin Counties.
SETRPC is seeking input from residents to develop strategies that provide transportation for the southeast Texas three county region. Community input is critical at this stage of the process in order to develop strategies that meet the actual needs of the community. The Orange County meeting will be Tuesday, July 19 and will provide citizens in Orange County the opportunity to provide comments on their transit needs. “This is an opportunity for the public to give their thoughts on where transit services are needed the most, making the best use of our region’s resources”, says Bob Dickinson, Director of Transportation and Environmental Resources for SETRPC. Interested citizens are invited to attend the public meeting.
This meeting is designed to solicit resident’s ideas and input on possible transit changes and improvements that can help create better connections throughout the region. The public is strongly encouraged to be an active part of this process by attending this meeting.
For more information on the South East Texas Area Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan update, the upcoming public meetings, or special needs requests (48 Hours); please contact Bob Dickinson at (409) 899-8444 extension 7520 or firstname.lastname@example.org. SETRPC, in conjunction with the Texas Department of Transportation, local governments and other interested parties, are facilitating the update of the Regional Public Transportation Coordination Plan.