Arapahoe County's public works department seeks input

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Posted 9/25/20

The Arapahoe County Public Works Division is seeking input from residents, specifically those who drive, bike or walk within the county's transportation system. Officials want to learn the …

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Arapahoe County's public works department seeks input

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The Arapahoe County Public Works Division is seeking input from residents, specifically those who drive, bike or walk within the county's transportation system. Officials want to learn the community's priorities to help determine investments in the transportation network and plan for the future, according to a county news release.

Residents can join the conversation by taking an online survey, dropping a pin on an interactive map or sharing ideas on virtual sticky notes at www.arapahoegov.com/2117/Transportation-Master-Plan-Feedback.

Among the priorities already identified is easing traffic congestion.

"With growth and more cars on the road, creating a vision for the approximately 1,100 miles of roads that Arapahoe County maintains will be essential to minimize congestion, preserve our quality of life, ensure shorter response times in emergency situations across the County and manage future growth," the news release states.

Visit www.arapahoegov.com/transportationplan for an overview of the planning process, to sign up for project updates and take the online survey to help inform the planning process. The deadline to submit a response is Oct. 9.

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