Is there a transportation bottleneck that’s been getting under your skin for years? Are Kane County roads friendly to bicyclists? Want to let the “powers that be” know what’s really going on when you’re trying to get from Point A to Point B?
Your last chance to express yourself is coming up fast.
The deadline is Dec. 5 to take the five-minute survey that will help Kane County transportation experts form the plans for the future and give you a chance to sleep at night knowing you’ve done what you can to make Kane County a better place.
The ‘What’ and ‘Why’
The Kane County Division of Transportation is in the process of updating its 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan, a blueprint identifying the top transportation and mobility needs in Kane County through the year 2040. The plan will be a crucial guide for the improvement of safe and reliable roadways, public transportation, and bicycle and pedestrian systems while preserving its natural resources and encouraging economic growth throughout the county.
A big part of the process has been gathering input from residents, employees and visitors to Kane County through an interactive, online survey. The survey has been open since early October and to date has gathered responses from almost 2,000 people.
“We are overwhelmed with the response so far and want to encourage people to participate in the survey up to the last minute,” said Carl Schoedel, county engineer and head of the Kane County Division of Transportation. “We want to hear from people who use the roads, ride the buses and bike and walk the sidewalks and trails in Kane County.”
Kane County is asking you to share your input by taking an interactive, mobile-friendly online survey that will take just five minutes of your time:
(Todos usamos el sistema de transporte diferente. El sistema conecta a residentes a sus viviendas, a sus trabajos, y a donde quieren estar.)
Remember: The survey is open through Monday, Dec. 5.
There are a couple ways to learn more about the 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan and to stay up to date on its progress and upcoming events. Ask to sign up for the project email list by sending a message to Planningstaff@countyofkane.org and visit the project website by clicking this link.
SOURCE: Kane County Division of Transportation news release
About the Kane County Division of Transportation
KDOT’s mission is to provide and maintain a safe and efficient transportation system while maintaining the county’s visions and values. Serving a population of more than 520,000, Kane County’s transportation infrastructure is constantly being enhanced to accommodate growth. Kane County Division of Transportation employees are responsible for the maintenance, planning, design and construction of more than 320 miles of roadway. KDOT also provides technical assistance to the 16 townships and coordinates with a number of different state, regional, and local agencies on transportation and land use issues. For more information, visit the Kane County Division of Transportation website and Facebook page.