Residents can learn about a proposal to improve bicycle-pedestrian access through the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth and other transportation-focused efforts during a public meeting on Sept. 19.
North Central Texas Council of Governments staff will present information about the progress of a Fort Worth-to-Dallas regional bicycle-pedestrian trail network and the Cotton Belt trail; discuss transit projects regarding the Urbanized Area Formula, enhanced mobility of seniors and individuals with disabilities, and bus and bus facilities that have been funded by the Federal Transit Administration; report on initiatives related to automated vehicles and transportation and air quality planning; present an update on the new Public Participation Plan, which will incorporate new legislative requirements and the increasing role of video in public input opportunities; and highlight information related to modifications to the list of funded projects, electric vehicle incentives, the Regional Smoking Vehicle Program and AirCheckTexas Drive a Clean Machine.
The public meeting will be at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 at North Richland Hills Library, 9015 Grand Ave, North Richland Hills.
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