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RCRPC Unveils Transportation Improvement Program

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/12/2013

Residents of Richland County had the opportunity to review the proposed State Fiscal Year 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Plan at a open house held Thursday by The Richland County Regional Planning Commission.
    
Major elements of the plan address highway, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle projects that are  funded by with local, state and federal resources.

John Adams, RCRPC transportation technical director said one of the major projects in the plan is the U.S. 30 improvement project that includes re-vamping the ramps.

Adams said the preliminary estimated cost for the project is around $70 million.

The Transportation Coordinating Committee of the RCRPC is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization in Richland County.

As part of the planning process a four-year Transportation Improvement Program is developed identifying projects for which federal funding has been identified for the maintenance and improvement of the transportation system in Richland County.

Copies of the complete draft can be requested from the Richland County Regional Planning Commission at 35 N. Park St. or call 419-774-5684. The draft is also available on the web at www.rcrpc.org.

   
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