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February 23, 2017 Public Report On Rochester City Transit Development Plan


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Bryan Law presented the following transit status to CNG's Feb. 23, 2017 meeting.

 

Bryan Law's Transit Presentation Deck

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Afterwords from Bryan Law CNG

Thank you for the opportunity to present this morning at the Community Networking Group. I really enjoyed the audience’s engagement, and of course it was encouraging to hear from them that what we are proposing seems to address a lot of the transit needs they have identified.

If anyone at the meeting has further questions, please direct them to me and I will try to answer them. They can also check the Transit Development Plan section of our website (http://www.rochestermn.gov/departments/public-transportation/transit-development-plan), where they can see the presentation I made today, proposed route maps, and other information. This is also the place to look for dates of upcoming public meetings, hearings, and council meetings having to do with the TDP.

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Bryan Law, AICP

Transit Planner | Rochester Public Transit

BLaw@rochestermn.gov507-328-2485

 

City of Rochester, MN

Public Works & Transit Operations Center

4300 East River Rd NE | Rochester, MN 55906

 

CNG's 2016 Transit Work Products

The following is a sample of CNG contributions to Rochester Transit Planning.

TitleDescriptionCreation Date
CNG Agencies Multi-node Support Seeking CNG Agencies Support on Proposed CNG Statement to Rochester City Council on Transit/Transport Plan Jul 28, 2016 08:33 AM
CNG Transportation Survey Report Jennifer Woodford who leads the CNG Transit subgroup took CNG through the Transit Survey results. Result: CNG transit subgroup provided data that reinforces the importance of multi-node transit system. Apr 28, 2016 09:51 PM
Transit Discussions Summary Combining Sheila's notes and Jerome's notes at the meeting Nov 20, 2015 08:45 AM
CNG Agency Client Transit Needs Survey Results Data made available to public sector transportatation planning professionals as they roll up various information sources to feed into their plan document construction. Oct 28, 2015 06:08 AM
Provide social/education sector agency perspectives on clients' transit/transporation needs to City Transit Planners Oct 12, 2015 03:36 PM


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February 23, 2017 Public Report On Rochester City Transit Development Plan

 


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