NOTE: This is not a TTA hosted event and is here for your reference only.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will host a series of open-house style public meetings to solicit input to guide the development of the TTP 2050 – the State’s multi-modal, long-range transportation plan. The TTP 2050 will serve as TxDOT’s “blueprint” to guide collaborative planning efforts with our stakeholders to address the State’s transportation needs, and to accomplish the goals in TxDOT’s Strategic Plan.
The TTP 2050 will include strategies for the development, construction, and implementation of projects and services for all transportation modes including roadways, aviation, public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian, waterways and coastal waters, freight, and passenger rail.
At the open house you can review displays, talk with staff, and provide input. Your feedback will help TxDOT develop priorities for the Texas Transportation Plan 2050.
Members of the public that cannot attend meetings, but would like to receive information can contact Casey Dusza at 512-486-5149 or email@example.com. All meeting materials will be available at www.txdot.gov using keyword search “TTP 2050.”
Public comments will be accepted throughout the development of the Texas Transportation Plan until September 6, 2019 by e-mail at TTP_2050@txdot.gov or by USPS mail to:
TxDOT Transportation Planning and Programming Division
Attn: Casey Dusza
P.O. Box 149217
Austin, Texas, 78714-9217
Persons with disabilities who plan to attend a meeting and who may need auxiliary services are requested to contact Ximenes & Associates at 210-354-2925 or firstname.lastname@example.org three business days prior to the meeting so the appropriate arrangements can be made.
We hope you will join the Tarrant Transit Alliance for drinks, a few small bites, and a quick update about the state of transit in Tarrant County at our monthly "Friends of Transit" Mixer!
At the February Mixer, we will meet at the new Locust Cider Fort Worth Cidery and Taproom and hear from Chad Edwards and Susan Alanis from the city of Fort Worth. Chad Edwards is the new Mobility and Innovations officer and he will update our group on this new position at the city and what he will be focusing on during his first year. Then, Susan Alanis, Assistant City Manager, will give the group an update on the Transit Task Force and the initial findings of the new Nelson & Nygaard study the city has funded.
While this event is free to attend, Please RSVP so we know to expect you!
Hear from notable industry leaders. See the latest transit technology. Know transit’s challenges and visionary solutions. Enjoy time with friends!
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Join today’s thinkers and do-ers in exploring how different mobility options (ridehailing, carsharing, micromobility, mass transit, autonomous vehicles, mobility hubs, and the latest technology) can work together to create a multi-modal transportation system that’s affordable, efficient, accessible, and environmentally sound.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to:
Equip Yourself with Knowledge about the Latest Issues in Transportation
Our pre-conference workshops will give you the tools to begin conversations, collaborate with constituents, and prepare policymakers. Limited to 100 participants. Learn more about available pre-conference workshops.
March 19, 2019 from 4:30 - 8:00 PM
@The T&P Station
221 W Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76102
The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth, the Tarrant Transit Alliance, and the Urban Land Institute - North Texas are all teaming up for a TEXRail and TOD Tour. Ride the new TEXRail train and learn about the new and proposed development along its tracks.
Registration will open before you know it, but go ahead and save the date so you can get this event on your calendar!
We will mail you a Trinity Metro day pass and encourage you to use this opportunity to take a bus or another train to the T&P station. You will need this ticket to board the train.
Those who can show that they used public transportation to get to this program will be entered into a drawing.
Arrive at the T&P Station, check in and head up to the boarding dock to get on the train. We have reserved Car A (AKA the Quiet Car) for our event participants.
The Train leaves the station and the program begins.
Arrive at Grapevine and head towards the Grand Hall (636 S Main St, Grapevine, TX 76051)
Event ends. Participants are welcome to board the 7:03 train back to Grapevine, or stay and enjoy dinner and wine in downtown Grapevine.
The last train leaving from Grapevine is at 1:03a.
Must be a member of the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth, The Tarrant Transit Alliance, or the Urban Land Institute
Event Sponsor - $500 (limit of 4)
Event sponsors get their company's logo on the event's website and signage and 5 event tickets.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please register now, or contact email@example.com
At the March Mixer, we will hear from Brandy O'Quinn from Urban Strategies of Texas and the DASH who will give an update on the DASH and what we can expect with this new electric bus circulator. Event location will be announced soon.
Interested in sponsoring this mixer? Contact Rachel@tarranttransitalliance.org
Enjoy great conversation with likeminded folks. Registration will be opening soon.
PO Box 470474Fort Worth, TX 76147