TOPEKA - Community members across the state interested in improving active transportation can participate in online Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) Active Transportation Plan (ATP) meetings on Tuesday, June 15. Active transportation includes walking, bicycling, roller skating, using wheelchairs, etc.
During the morning and evening online meetings, participants will be able to view and discuss draft recommendations on the various forms of active transportation, according to the Kansas Department of Transportation.
On June 15, the morning Zoom meeting is 10:30 to noon; the evening meeting on June 15 is 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. To join either of the meetings –
Zoom Meeting, click - www.tinyurl.com/KansasATPMeetings
Meeting ID: 953 3120 3876
Dial by your location - +1 651 372 8299 US (Minnesota)
The Kansas ATP will focus on how active transportation can be improved through better policies, planning, design and partnerships with other state agencies and local communities. Whether Kansans use active transportation regularly, rarely or somewhere in between, public input and ideas are critical to developing the plan.
“We encourage all Kansans to get involved by participating in an online public meeting and telling us about how and why they are incorporating active transportation into their lives or what improvements are needed for them to do so,” said Jenny Kramer, KDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian coordinator.
For questions on the meeting, contact Kramer at 785-296-5186 or [email protected].