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Missoula Community Transportation Safety Plan Discussion – 11/27 – Missoula, Montana

November 27 @ 5:30 pm

Please join us for an Open House to learn about the CTSP Update and to express your thoughts on transportation safety in the Missoula area!

The open house, which will be the first of two public meetings, will take place on Tuesday, November 27th from 5:30 until 7:30 in the Missoula City Council Chambers (140 W Pine St).

If you are interested, but unable to attend, comments and concerns may be submitted in writing, by mail to Scott Randall, Project Manager, Robert Peccia and Associates, PO Box 5653, Helena, MT. 59604, or by email to [email protected]. All comments will be considered to better understand the potential transportation safety issues and concerns within the Missoula area.

The online CTSP survey is available here Please take the time to share your thoughts with us!

For more information on the CTSP, please visit its page here which is also found under the ‘What’s New?’ tab.

The Missoula MPO attempts to provide accommodations for any known disability that may interfere with a person’s participation in any service, program or activity of our department. Alternative accessible formats of information presented at the meeting can be provided upon request. Accommodation requests are encouraged at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. For further information, call (406) 447-5000.


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November 27
5:30 pm


Contact Information
Scott Randall, [email protected]

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