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Transportation: Eugene Riverfront Path Reconstruction MTIP Amendment
Transportation: Eugene Riverfront Path Reconstruction MTIP Amendment
An amendment to the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) is open for public comment.
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The Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is considering a draft amendment to the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) to add a new project: Eugene Riverfront Path Reconstruction; and transfer $180,000 of unused programmed funds from the City of Eugene 18th Avenue (Josh St - Bertelsen St) project to the new project.

The MTIP is the federally-required short range transportation plan developed by the MPO. It lists important regional projects that are either funded or reasonablly expect funding within the next 4 years. It tells how to spend state and federal funds for building transportation projects on the ground and for ongoing operating needs.

Comments received by 5 PM on Sunday, April 26, 2015, will be sent to decision makers to consider as part of the adoption process.

Other ways to comment:

Mail
Metropolitan Policy Committee
Lane Council of Governments
859 Willamette, Suite 500
Eugene, OR 97401

Email
mpo@lcog.org

Public Hearing
The public may make public comment at a hearing scheduled to be held at the following regular meeting:

Metropolitan Policy Committee
11:30 AM
Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

John Serbu Center, Carmichael Room
2727 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Eugene, Oregon

The Metropolitan Policy Committee is the policy board who are the decision makers for the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The details of this meeting are posted on-line at http://www.lcog.org/mpc.cfm. The policy board will consider approval of the MTIP amendment at their next regular meeting on May 7th, 2015.

Questions?
Contact Paul Thompson, MPO Program Manager at Lane Council of Governments
541-682-4283

More Info:
Amendment Description
Project Funding Summary
Project Application

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