Missoula Connect is transitioning to phase two of the input process, a community call for transportation projects, using an interactive map or online form. Please share your insights about specific transportation projects. Your feedback will then be assessed for feasibility and prioritized based on the top values identified for area transportation. Projects should be transportation-related and may focus on any mode of transportation, from walkability and access to public transportation and major street grid improvements.
As our work to develop an updated long-range transportation plan continues, and we need your input! We've also created preliminary goals and desired outcomes, which will form the core of our long range transportation plan and how we develop the framework for evaluating projects identified above. We'd like to hear your thoughts about how we did. Did we get the goals and outcomes right? What's missing? And which are most important to you? This short survey asks you to help us refine and finalize the goals and outcomes. Learn more about the different ways to participate here.
To ensure the safety of our residents and staff, we will be cancelling all non-essential, in-person meetings and open houses until further notice. Planning projects will continue on schedule, with any in-person meetings or events taking place remotely, as it allows. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us via email with any questions or concerns.
For more COVID-19 updates, you can stay informed through the City/County Health Department web site and information line at 406-258-INFO.
The Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Historic Preservation Office (HPO) hosted a First Friday exhibit on transportation and planning history in the Missoula area.
In addition to viewing historic photos, maps, newspaper articles, and planning documents, members of the community were able to have the opportunity to learn about the upcoming MPO's Long Range Transportation Plan update which will guide transportation planning into the future.
There was be interactive stations where members of the community were able to share values most important to getting around Missoula and also had an opportunity to share your big idea for transportation and mobility in Missoula for the next 30 years.
If you were unable to attend please share your feedback here.