Comment Period for the Route FF Corridor Study & Community Open House
The City of Battlefield, in cooperation with the Ozarks Transportation Organization, is hosting a community open house on the future of Rt. FF on Tuesday, August 2 from 4:30-6:30pm. The public will have the opportunity to review traffic projections and give input on the future character of the corridor. This public workshop is a part of the Rt. FF Corridor Study, and it will occur in the Community Room at Battlefield City Hall immediately prior to the City’s National Night Out events.
Rt. FF is the City of Battlefield’s most important transportation corridor, and it visually defines the city for regional commuters. The roadway connects the City of Battlefield to Springfield and provides important access to the region’s freeway system. The residential and commercial development along the corridor are the only parts of Battlefield many regional commuters regularly experience. As traffic continues to grow, the city needs to understand how to balance the needs of travelers and the desires of city residents.
The Rt. FF Corridor Study is the community’s opportunity to help define what growth and development might look like along this vital transportation corridor. Will the corridor continue to have isolated commercial developments, or will it have a cluster of businesses that create a central gathering place for the City of Battlefield? Will the corridor accommodate walkers and bikers, in addition to motorists? City leaders will use this study to better understand how residents imagine this corridor in ten or twenty years.
For more information about the Route FF Corridor Study, please reach out to Andy Thomason, Senior Planner at Ozarks Transportation Organization, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 417-865-3047 x107. You can also visit www.ozarkstransportation.org/RouteFF.
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