The Community Planning Association wants members of the public to weigh in with their opinions on the next five years of federal funding for Treasure Valley road projects.
The group is also considering changes to Communities in Motion 2035, the regional long-range transportation plan for Ada and Canyon Counties. The plan proposes moving three interchange reconstruction projects from an "unfunded" or "partially funded" status to a "funded" status: I-84's Exit 44 at Meridian Road, Exit 54 at Broadway Avenue and Exit 57 at Gowen Road.
More information, comment forms, draft copies of the project list and air quality conformity demonstration, and draft configurations of the interchanges are available online at www.compassidaho.org/prodserv/transimprovement.htm.
For questions or additional information, call 208/475-2238, or email email@example.com.
The Community Planning Association will also host an open house from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.,Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 700 NE 2nd St., Meridian.
Comments must be submitted in writing and received no later than 5 p.m., Tuesday, September 25. Direct comments and questions to Toni Tisdale, Principal Planner, COMPASS, 700 NE 2nd St., Suite 200, Meridian, Idaho 83642; firstname.lastname@example.org; or fax to 208/855-2559.
Those needing assistance may call 475-2229 with 48 hours advance notice. Personas que necesitan asistencia especial, favor de llamar al número 475-2229 con 48 horas de anticipación.