Join the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) at one of five regional stakeholder meetings to help shape a long-term strategy for meeting the needs of Ohio's transit riders today and in the future.
Trends show there is a definite rise in the need for convenient, affordable public transportation to jobs, medical appointments, shopping and recreational activities. Ohio's transit agencies are struggling to fund existing service, let alone meet increasing demand. From light rail and bus service in large cities to rural van services, the Ohio Statewide Transit Needs Study is examining existing transit needs and drafting recommendations for better addressing them. ODOT needs your input, comments and ideas!
Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2-4 PM Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Board Room 1240 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2-4 PM Hancock Family Center 1800 North Blanchard Street Findlay, OH 45840
Thursday, Oct. 23, 2-4 PM Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission Scioto Room 111 Liberty Street Columbus, OH 43215
Thursday, Oct. 30, 2-4 PM Athens Community Center 701 East State Street Athens, OH 45701
Friday, Oct. 31, 10 AM-12 PM OhioMeansJobs Building 300 East Silver Street Lebanon, OH 45036
Unable to attend? All meeting materials will be available online starting Oct. 21 at www.TransitNeedsStudy.ohio.gov. Comments accepted through Nov. 14.
Questions or comments? Email ODOT at Transit.Needs@dot.state.oh.us.