BMTS Tweaks Transportation Plans to Reflect Coronavirus Lifestyle Changes
The agency that sets local transportation policy is looking for input from residents on how to spend federal transportation dollars with the sudden change in lifestyles due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study says the coronavirus has changed lives in profound ways, including how people make their voices heard on policy issues.
In order to allow residents to weigh in on what they believe are the most important transportation needs to be addressed in a new long-range plan, the BMTS has created an online survey.
The study weighs importance of all modes of travel including cars, transit, bicycle and even on foot.
The survey is available at surveymonkey.com/r/BMTSLongRangePlan.
Information on the plan can be found at bmtsmovingforward.com and at the BMTS facebook page. People without internet access call call the BMTS at (607) 778-2443.
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