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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Dakota County seeks feedback on 2030 Transportation Plan update

Residents are invited to learn about and comment on revisions to the Dakota County Transportation Plan at an open house Wednesday, Sept. 22. The open house is from 4 to 7 p.m. in room 1920 on the first floor of the Western Service Center, 14955 Galaxie Ave. in Apple Valley.
 
The open house will focus on strategies to address transportation conditions within the county. County residents are encouraged to come and provide comment on existing conditions and future needs. The event is free and anyone can attend any time during the open house. No formal presentation is planned.
 
The transportation plan is part of DC2030, Dakota County's Comprehensive Plan (www.co.dakota.mn.us/Departments/OPA/Reports/DC2030.htm). An update of the transportation plan allows the County to analyze future impacts on transportation systems, re-examine the county's overall transportation needs, and reevaluate transportation strategies, policies and measures.
 
County staff will be available to explain the goals, strategies, policies and measures of the plan; provide information on existing and future conditions; answer questions; and collect comments. 
 
Maps, exhibits and handouts will be available. More information about the Dakota County Transportation Plan is available on the Dakota County website at:www.co.dakota.mn.us/EnvironmentRoads/Reports/Road/2030TransportationPlan.htm. For more information, contact Scott Peters, Dakota County Transportation Department, 952-891-7027.
 
 
 

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