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Missoula transportation plan envisions different travel modes - and costs

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October 8, 2016View for printing

Missoula's streets could see an additional 30,000 vehicle trips by 2045 if local officials opt to maintain the status quo rather than add resources to other travel modes, transportation officials said this week.

Metropolitan Planning Organization http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/1465/Tr ... on-Planning

The city will host its third and final public meeting and open house on Oct. 20. The session will be held in City Council chambers from 5-7:30 p.m.

By Martin Kidston

Full Story: http://www.missoulacurrent.com/growt ... ation-plan/

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Many millennials don't care about or need to own a car, yet we are still planning our communities and future as if they do.

--Russ


One town is subsidizing commuters' Uber rides for $2 each instead of building a new parking lot http://www.matr.net/article-73651.html
--Russ




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