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Regional Mobility & Accessibility Study
Public Forums - Responding to Citizen Input
The TPB's Citizen Advisory Committee was one of the first voices in 2000 to call for a regional "what if" scenario. "I urge the TPB to give us the framework to discuss and debate different alternatives," said former CAC Chair Harry Sanders when he asked the board for an analysis of transportation and land-use scenarios.
Since the inception of the study, the CAC has been an integral player. In 2003, the committee proposed the "Region Undivided" scenario, which shifts long-term job and household growth to the eastern side of the region. In 2004, the CAC launched a series of public forums on the challenges highlighted in the study.
Click on the links below to view presentations made at various public forums and other events around the region:
What if the Washington Region Grew Differently? Scenario Study
For more information about public forums on the Regional Mobiltiy and Accessibility Study, contact John Swanson at 202-962-3295 or email@example.com.
For additional information about the study, click on the links below:
Robert Griffiths - (202) 962-3280
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