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Monroe County Looking for Public Input for Active Transportation Plan

Members of the public invited to provide input on Wednesday, March 22

Monroe County Executive Adam Bello is looking for public input on the county's plan to make human-powered travel like bicycling, hiking, running and wheelchair travel safer and more convenient.

Residents and stakeholder are invited to a public workshop for the Countywide Active Transportation Plan (CATP), Wednesday, March 22, 2023 (4 to 6 p.m.) in the RTS Board Room at 1372 E. Main St., Rochester, 14609.

The Monroe County Department of Planning is working in partnership with the Genesee Transportation Council to develop the plan that will outline goals and strategies to make self-propelled human-powered travel such as bicycling, rolling (wheelchair, scooter and stroller), hiking and running safer and more convenient for transportation and recreational purposes.

The CATP process combines in-depth data collection with inclusive public engagement to promote health, equity and community resilience in Monroe County.

“To shape an Active Transportation Plan that truly reflects the needs of our neighborhoods, we need to hear from our residents,” said County Executive Bello. “I invite our community to participate in this workshop and help us make Monroe County’s infrastructure better, safer and more accessible for everyone.”

Plan recommendations will help shape future transportation improvement projects that enhance safety, connectivity and transit access.

Members of the public may participate in the March 22 workshop any time during the two-hour session. Project Team Members will be available throughout the event to share information, answer questions and collect input.

To learn more about Monroe County Countywide Active Transportation Plan visit:


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