Upcoming Public Transportation Meetings in Cortland Give Users a Chance to Comment
Residents in Cortland County have an opportunity to make their views on public transportation known including suggestion to improve the available public transit options at two upcoming forums in Cortland.
A series of region wide transportation meetings are planned for next Thursday. The meetings are aimed at drumming up ideas for transportation improvements in Tompkins, Tioga, Cortland, Chemung, Cayuga, Seneca and Schuyler counties, as well as online, for next Thursday.
Thursday s event is part of the Regional Transportation Study, a planning project led by the Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council and its partners in the Regional Transportation Planning Coalition.
It is intended to gather input from residents in the seven counties and sharing ideas about improving travel,.
The public can attend any of the locations where mobility managers, will be on hand to accept questions, and take comments.
In Cortland the meetings will be held at the Beard building at Main Street from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Input sessions will also be held at the TC3 campus in Dryden, and the Cornell Cooperative Extension office in Ithaca.
On October 18th another forum focused on public transportation in Cortland County will be held in Cortland at the Cortland Elks Club on Groton Avenue.
The October 18th forum offers a chance for commuters to share issues, concerns and suggestions about all types of transportation in the Cortland area including busing, taxis, bicycle, private transportation and even walking. Representatives from the city, county, police, transit, SUNY, and TC3 will be there to hear community concerns. For more information call Jan Dempsey at 756-4198 or log on to way2gocortland.org