State leaders want to hear from YOU on transportation priorities for Vermont.
In our rural state, a personal car is considered a necessity for many of us. As a result, our tailpipes are the biggest source of carbon emissions in the state.1
There are many ways the state can help Vermonters carpool, access public transit, or improve walk-and-bike-ability of our cities and towns. Share your ideas on where we should invest the state’s transportation resources at the Vermont Transportation Board hearing nearest you. Click here to find the event in your area.
The Board will report your feedback back to legislators come January. You can share whatever is on your mind, but the specific topics current under discussion include:
- Transportation Revenues and Energy
- Bike & Pedestrian Issues
- The Future of Both Freight and Passenger Rail Services
- Park & Ride Expansion
- Roadway Safety
- Public Transit – Intercity Service and Service for the Elderly
This is your chance to weigh in with the direction you think Vermont’s transportation decision makers should be focused. Go to http://bit.ly/VTTrans for more info.