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Provide social/education sector agency perspectives on clients' transit/transporation needs to City Transit Planners

When Oct 27, 2015
from 07:30 AM to 09:00 AM
Where Community Services Building 2117 Campus Drive SE
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Please join the Community Networking Group (CNG) for a vital discussion to provide the city’s transit planners with perspectives on your clients’ transit/transportation needs.

DATE/TIME: Tuesday, 10/27 7:30 - 9:00 am
LOCATION: Community Services Building 2117 Campus Drive SE

This fall we have an important opportunity to present your clients' transit/transportation needs to local planners and to pursue these needs with local decision-makers.

On Tuesday, October 27, Rochester Transit Planner, Bryan Law will join us as we consider the following questions:

  • What are the biggest transportation needs of our clients?
  • What options should be considered to provide better transit/public transportation?
  • What action could CNG and/or your agency pursue to improve client access?

At this meeting your agency can provide direct input at a critical time in the city transit/transportation planning process. The city transit plan will be a central element of both the city's comprehensive plan and the DMC transit/transportation plan.

In addition to your participation in considering the questions above, we are asking your help in providing city transit planners with crucial information regarding the transit/transportation needs of your clients especially as it relates to access to your services and programs.
WHETHER YOU WILL BE ATTENDING THIS MEETING OR NOT PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO FILL OUT THE SHORT FORM PROVIDED HERE .

 

 

Please also  mark your calendars for a follow-up meeting next month to discuss how CNG and/or your agency might best advocate for client needs as the various transit/transportation planning continues. DATE/TIME: Tuesday 11/24 7:30 - 9:00 AM | LOCATION: TBD

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