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For more information, please contact

Pat Martin

Senior Transportation Planner

martipa@bloomington.in.gov

812-349-3530

 

Ryan Clemens

MPO Transportation Planner

clemensr@bloomington.in.gov

812-349-3588

 

 

Public Invited to Provide Input about Local Transportation Projects

Bloomington, Ind. -The Bloomington-Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMCMPO) will hold a Public Information Meeting on Monday, July 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. with the goal of gaining public input for development of the Fiscal Year 2022-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  Members of the public may join the meeting via the following Zoom link:

 

https://bloomington.zoom.us/j/93606123861?pwd=M2lSSnhIanFVOTdtYThxc3pseUU4QT09

 

(Find your local number: https://bloomington.zoom.us/u/adtM8y8JZR)

 

The FY 2022-2026 TIP is a comprehensive list of planned and funded multi-modal transportation projects programmed for the Indiana Department of Transportation, Monroe County, Rural Transit, Bloomington Transit, and the City of Bloomington.

 

Development of the new TIP requires a public involvement process that includes a public review by the BMCMPO Citizens Advisory Committee, the Technical Advisory Committee, and adoption by the Policy Committee before submission to state and federal agencies for final approval.  In providing feedback on the proposed list of TIP projects, meeting attendees will help shape the project investment priorities of the BMCMPO for the next five  years.   

 

The draft 2022-26 TIP document is available for review or electronic downloading at Transportation Improvement Program | City of Bloomington, Indiana.  Members of the public may submit comments regarding this draft document directly to BMCMPO staff by email at martipa@bloomington.in.gov or clemensr@bloomington.in.gov. The BMCMPO staff will document and share all public comments, questions, and concerns with the MPO’s committees.  The Technical Advisory and Citizens Advisory Committees will meet August 25 to recommend adoption of the draft TIP, which the Policy Committee will vote to adopt September 10.