Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Gloucester Looking For Input On Multimodal Transportation Study

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Gloucester is seeking public input for a Multimodal Transportation Study focused on safe places to walk, bike, and access transit throughout the county. County officials want to know how people currently walk and bike around Gloucester as well as what improvements people would like to see in the future to make the county safer and more comfortable for multimodal transportation. To participate in the survey, visit https://tinyurl.com/gloucestermap or contact Carol Rizzio, Senior Comprehensive Planner, at 804-693-3301 or crizzio@gloucesterva.info.

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