Transportation

TPB Comment Form

COMMENT PERIOD CLOSED

OCTOBER 13 - NOVEMBER 12

Draft 2016 Amendment to the Financially Constrained Long-Range
Transportation Plan (CLRP), FY 2017-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP),
and the Air Quality Conformity Analysis

The Transportation Planning Board (TPB) released the draft 2016 Amendment to the CLRP, the draft FY 2017-2022 TIP, and the accompanying Air Quality Conformity Analysis for a 30-day comment period, which has now closed. The following materials related to the 2016 Amendment, the FY 2017-2022 TIP, and the Conformity Analysis were made available for review and comment :

The CLRP shows the road, bridge, high-occupancy vehicle (HOV), transit, bicycle and pedestrian projects funded through the year 2040. The six-year TIP includes all projects, programs, and strategies that state and local transportation agencies plan to implement between 2016 and 2020. The air quality conformity analysis assesses the plan amendments and program with respect to the air quality requirements under the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. The comment process on the TIP is being used to obtain comments on the region’s program of projects that are funded by the Federal Transit Administration (including projects funded by the Urbanized Area Formula Program) and the Federal Highway Administration. To learn more about the currently approved CLRP, please visit www.mwcog.org/CLRP.







 
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TPB Comment Form - CLRP2016 Submissions







 
This comment pertains to:Name of Agency/Business/OrganizationFirst NameLast NameCityStateZip/Postal CodeSubjectText AreaFile Upload
  EileenFiller-CornSpringfieldVirginia22152Re: I-395 Extension Filler-Corn_Letter2.pdf
Draft 2016 CLRP Amendment CorletteFaulkWashingtonDistrict of Columbia20001Protected Bike Lanes, in Favor of 9th St, NW, as Safer AlternativeAS A RESIDENT OF THE SHAW NEIGHBORHOOD, I AM AGAINST PROTECTED BIKE LANES ALONG THE 6TH ST, NW CORRIDOR, AND I AM IN FAVOR OF 9TH ST NW CORRIDOR AS A LESS CONGESTED AND SAFER ALTERNATIVE. No file uploaded.
  Chrystian FrazierWashingtonDistrict of Columbia20001NO Bike Lanes on 6th StreetAS A RESIDENT OF THE SHAW NEIGHBORHOOD, I AM AGAINST PROTECTED BIKE LANES ALONG THE 6TH ST, NW CORRIDOR, AND I AM IN FAVOR OF 9TH ST NW CORRIDOR AS A LESS CONGESTED AND SAFER ALTERNATIVE. No file uploaded.
  ArdaeRevellWashingtonDistrict of Columbia20001NO Bike Lanes on 6th StreetAS A RESIDENT OF THE SHAW NEIGHBORHOOD, I AM AGAINST PROTECTED BIKE LANES ALONG THE 6TH ST, NW CORRIDOR, AND I AM IN FAVOR OF 9TH ST NW CORRIDOR AS A LESS CONGESTED AND SAFER ALTERNATIVE. No file uploaded.
  RichardJohnsonWashingtonDistrict of Columbia20001NO Bike Lanes on 6th StreetAS A RESIDENT OF THE SHAW NEIGHBORHOOD, I AM AGAINST PROTECTED BIKE LANES ALONG THE 6TH ST, NW CORRIDOR, AND I AM IN FAVOR OF 9TH ST NW CORRIDOR AS A LESS CONGESTED AND SAFER ALTERNATIVE. No file uploaded.
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