TLC #68: 2020 Regional Transportation Plan
Hey, Greylock Nation, today is Sunday, October 28, 2018 and you’re listening to TLC episode #68. I’m your host, Jason Velázquez, and, as always, thanks so much for tuning in.
We’ve seen a lot of news about the state of the roads in Berkshire county these last few months, what with the Berkshire Eagle award-winning series, Sick Bridges, and the ongoing state of disaster in Adams caused by the recent outrageous levels of flooding.
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Big questions obviously have to be asked, perennial problems have to be addressed, and the future gettin’-around needs of residents has to be taken into account. It’s not like a vehicle for transportation solutions doesn’t already exist, thankfully, and an option for public involvement is waiting with the engine running, so to speak.
The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission is in the midst of preparing it’s 2020 Regional Transportation Plan, and invites you to put in your two cents.
The BRPC wants your help to understand future transportation needs across the County. A short survey is available that will give you the chance to communicate your priorities for transportation improvements that would enhance quality of life and economic growth in the Berkshires. The survey will be available until November 1, 2018, though so don’t delay—look for the link at the top of this episodes shownotes at greylockglass.com and make your voice heard.
Right now, let’s all hear from Eammon Coughlin, Senior Transportation Planner with the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission, who’ll discuss a range of the issues under consideration during the preparation of the 2020 Regional Transportation Plan.
Again, remember, the survey is only open until November 1, so make your opinions known by the end of October, and be part of the solutions.
Well, that’s it for this week’s episode. I’ve been your host, Jason Velázquez, and I hope you’ll join me again soon in the Top Left Corner.
That’s it for this episode of the Top Left Corner. I’ve been your host, Jason Velazquez. Until next time, stay safe, be good to each other, and Pete’s sake, go easy on yourself.
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