We want your Input on Transportation Plan

Posted on April 12, 2024

Public Open House Scheduled for April 25, 2024

In August 2023, the City of Miamisburg, in coordination with CT Consultants of Cincinnati, Ohio, commenced work on a new Transportation Plan to replace the Miamisburg Major Thoroughfare Plan last adopted in 1993. The current Thoroughfare Plan no longer serves the transportation needs of a 21st century community, therefore city leadership determined that developing and adopting a new, modern Transportation Plan was the best course of action. At this time, the city is inviting residents, business owners, and interested citizens to an Open House for the plan on Thursday, April 25, 2024 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Dayton Metro Library – Miamisburg Branch.

Where the current Thoroughfare Plan addresses only vehicular transportation, the new Transportation Plan will incorporate the needs of all transportation users including pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, children, and individuals with restricted mobility. The new plan will serve the needs of all users by identifying specific elements required within the public right-of-way, such as sidewalks, handicap ramps, bike lanes, shared-use paths, lighting, pedestrian amenities, intersection crosswalks, and ADA-compliant traffic signals. Throughout the drafting process, the City and CT Consultants received significant and valuable feedback from the public via comments, surveys, and an initial public involvement meeting held on November 16, 2023. In addition, a Steering Committee of City Council members, City staff, and various community partners was convened to provide more specific feedback as the plan was developed.

Staff from the City and CT Consultants will be on hand at the Open House to share and describe the proposed set of action items designed to satisfy the goals of the Transportation Plan. The action items include a set of policies, programs, and infrastructure projects proposed over the next 25 years. We will ask the public to identify those items they feel are most important or would provide the most benefit to the travelling public. The objective is to incorporate this feedback into the plan and provide direction for City leadership in drafting short- and long-term capital improvement plans.

Please visit the plan website at www.cityofmiamisburg.com/miamisburg-transportation-plan to learn more. If you are unable to attend, you are welcome to provide feedback via the comment box on the plan website or by contacting City Planner Andrew Rodney at (937) 847-6536 or andrew.rodney@cityofmiamisburg.com.


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