Have a Say on Transportation at Upcoming 'Sarasota in Motion' Workshops

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SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY OCT 14, 2019

The public has another opportunity to weigh in on the future of transportation in Sarasota when the City hosts two community workshops later this month. The City is in the second phase of “Sarasota in Motion,” the first citywide transportation master plan. Sarasota in Motion will serve as a playbook for how the City not only invests in transportation infrastructure, but also how it achieves the community’s long-term quality of life goals. Anyone who lives, works or plays in Sarasota is invited to attend one of the two upcoming workshops and share their thoughts on what they would change about the City’s transportation network, how our streets can be safer and how travel options can be expanded. Both workshops will be held Tuesday, October 22, with two options offered that day:

  • Workshop No. 1: 11:30 am - 1 pm at the Selby Public Library auditorium, 1331 First St.
  • Workshop No. 2: 4 - 5:15 pm at Selby Goodwill Manasota-Newtown, 1781 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way

In addition to the workshops, an interactive online feedback map is now available at SarasotaInMotion.com. Citizens can zoom in on specific streets, intersections and routes on the interactive map and post their comments and ideas. For more information on the transportation master plan, to provide your input or to subscribe to the email list for future updates and events, email SarasotaInMotion@SarasotaFL.gov.

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