You're invited to the Greater Akron area's transportation futureThe Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (AMATS) invites youto join us in preparing two items key to the future of the Greater Akronarea: Transportation Outlook 2040 and the TransportationamaTSImprovement Program (TIP) for Fiscal Years 2018 through 2021Transportation Outlook 2040 is the area's long-range transportationplan of identified needs and recommendations. The TIP is the area'sfour-year program of highway, public transit and bike and pedestrianprojects scheduled to receive federal funding. Drafts of both items will beavailable for review and comment from March 27 through April 7 at various locations.The agency is also hosting a public engagement meeting during which residents areencouraged to share their insights on these items. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.,Thursday, March 30 at the Akron-Summit County Public Library-Main Library locatedat 60 South High Street in Akron.Please call 330-375-2436 or visit our agency web site at amatsplanning.org for moredetails.Persons with disabilities needing assistance should contact Billy Soule, Assistant to the Mayor for CommunityRelations and ADA Coordinator, as soon as possible or at least 7 days in advance of a scheduled event at: 166South High St., Room 102, Akron, OH 44308 330-375-2660 or 330-375-2345.

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You're invited to the Greater Akron area's transportation future The Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (AMATS) invites you to join us in preparing two items key to the future of the Greater Akron area: Transportation Outlook 2040 and the Transportation amaTS Improvement Program (TIP) for Fiscal Years 2018 through 2021 Transportation Outlook 2040 is the area's long-range transportation plan of identified needs and recommendations. The TIP is the area's four-year program of highway, public transit and bike and pedestrian projects scheduled to receive federal funding. Drafts of both items will be available for review and comment from March 27 through April 7 at various locations. The agency is also hosting a public engagement meeting during which residents are encouraged to share their insights on these items. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 30 at the Akron-Summit County Public Library-Main Library located at 60 South High Street in Akron. Please call 330-375-2436 or visit our agency web site at amatsplanning.org for more details. Persons with disabilities needing assistance should contact Billy Soule, Assistant to the Mayor for Community Relations and ADA Coordinator, as soon as possible or at least 7 days in advance of a scheduled event at: 166 South High St., Room 102, Akron, OH 44308 330-375-2660 or 330-375-2345.