The Roanoke Valley is not like it was 25 years ago, nor will it be like it is today in 25 years. In order to better meet the needs of citizens today and in the future, a Transit Vision Plan for the Roanoke Valley is under development. Initial surveys and data analysis have been completed and results are available in the Technical Report to the Transit Vision Plan.
On November 5th, two public workshops were held to gather public input and preferences on the current and future state and use of transit in the Roanoke Valley. Participants were able to draw preferences for transit on maps, place dots indicating preferences on boards, and complete comment forms as part of the meeting. Following the two meetings, held at the Campbell Court Transportation Center and the Brambleton Center,
For those unable to attend the Public Open House Workshops on November 5, please click here to participate in the online public meeting. The survey asks for the same input found on the maps and boards at the Open House meetings.
The survey will remain active until Friday, December 11th, at which point all responses received will be analyzed and incorporated into the final Plan.
For more information on the Transit Vision Plan, please visit the page here.