Public Comment Opportunities

The public is invited to comment on the following open topic(s):

The following amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) are proposed. A public hearing will be held at the Metropolitan Planning Committee (MPC) virtual meeting on January 7, 2021. The public comment period will close February 4, 2021:

City of Springfield requests MPC approval of STBG funding for S. 32nd at Virginia Ave project, and to amend the 2021-2024 MTIP to include this funded project. The project would involve design and construction of a rectangular rapid flashing beacon crossing with a pedestrian refuge island on the southern leg of the intersection of S. 32nd St at Virginia Ave, and add curb extensions on Virginia Ave at S. 32nd St at the entrance to the neighborhood. Transportation Planning Committee (TPC) recently approved the City of Springfield's request to cancel the Glenwood Riverfront Path: I-5 Xing-Seavey LP project, making $836,227.57 of STBG funding available for re-programming. The funding proposal would utilize a portion of these funds.
Funding requested: $350,000 (includes local match of $35,945)
Application Summary
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The following amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) are proposed. Public comments will be accepted until February 5, 2021:

21327 - Coburg
Coburg Loop- N. Coburg Industrial Way
Description: Construct a shared-use path to promote the use of alternative forms of transportation.
Funding: $699,877 (STBG)
Amendment: Add 2022 Right of Way phase using $2,000 of local funds


For all of the public comment opportunities you may comment by mailing, emailing, providing comment online or in person at the public hearing (if applicable).

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Metropolitan Policy Committee
Lane Council of Governments
859 Willamette
Suite 500
Eugene, OR 97401


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Email


mpo@lcog.org


Questions


Contact MPO Program Manager at Lane Council of Governments Paul Thompson at 541-682-4283, or via email.