Public Comment Period for the Destination 2045 Amendment 3
OTO is amending the long range transportation plan, Destination 2045.
Three projects in the draft FY 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program are not on the Constrained Project List in Destination 2045:
- · Main Avenue Bridge over Jordan Creek – estimated project cost of $7,500,000
- · Green Bridge in Christian County – estimated project cost of $3,560,000
- · EV Charger Program - $973,500 program for about 60 chargers
The Fiscal Constraint section of Destination 2045 does not include the Carbon Reduction Program suballocated funding. This has been added into the funding description and alongside the STBG-U Set-Aside in the funding tables. The annual TAP funding allocation has also been updated to reflect new funding levels.
Official Trail Map
OTO was in the midst of additional trail planning during the development of Destination 2045. A revised trail map has been developed in consultation with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and as a result of the Towards a Regional Trail System planning document. This has been incorporated as the Official OTO Trail Map into Chapter 8: Implementation Plan.
To see the plan as it is currently adopted: https://www.ozarkstransportation.org/what-we-do/long-range-transportation-plan
The public comment period will end on July 19, 2023 at 5 p.m. The OTO Board of Directors will review and consider approving the Amendment at their July 20, 2023 Board Meeting, held at 12:00 noon. After reviewing recommendations and entertaining public comment, the OTO Board of Directors will decide whether to formally adopt the Amendment.
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