RPA 10 Active Transportation Plan

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Background:

The Regional Planning Affiliation 10 (RPA 10) is working to complete the region’s first Active Transportation Plan. The Plan focuses on the non-automobile transportation network, including bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The Plan is designed to allow people to move independently within their community, and to experience the landscape between communities for travel or recreational purposes.

About RPA 10:

RPAs conduct transportation planning for non-metropolitan areas in the state of Iowa,

while urban areas are served by Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).


RPA 10 includes Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Washington Counties.


The Cedar Rapids and Iowa City areas, shaded to the right in green and dark blue respectively, are served by MPOs (Corridor MPO and the MPO of Johnson County) rather than by the RPA. However, the RPA always takes the entire region’s transportation needs into consideration when planning.


Active Transportation Survey:

RPA 10 is developing an active transportation plan and is seeking your input about opportunities for walking, running, and cycling in our region.

Click Survey below if you have input about or use any of the above transportation options. It will take just 5-10 minutes to complete. Please answer to the best of your ability; all answers will remain anonymous. Click Map to provide additional inputs about places you usually bike or walk to. The mapped data will be used in planning routes as inputs for the active transportation plan.

Please feel free to contact us at (319) 289-0063 or mary.rump@ecicog.org with any questions or comments. You can also engage with us by visiting the questions, forum and ideas tabs on this project website.


Thank you for your feedback!

Background:

The Regional Planning Affiliation 10 (RPA 10) is working to complete the region’s first Active Transportation Plan. The Plan focuses on the non-automobile transportation network, including bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The Plan is designed to allow people to move independently within their community, and to experience the landscape between communities for travel or recreational purposes.

About RPA 10:

RPAs conduct transportation planning for non-metropolitan areas in the state of Iowa,

while urban areas are served by Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).


RPA 10 includes Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Washington Counties.


The Cedar Rapids and Iowa City areas, shaded to the right in green and dark blue respectively, are served by MPOs (Corridor MPO and the MPO of Johnson County) rather than by the RPA. However, the RPA always takes the entire region’s transportation needs into consideration when planning.


Active Transportation Survey:

RPA 10 is developing an active transportation plan and is seeking your input about opportunities for walking, running, and cycling in our region.

Click Survey below if you have input about or use any of the above transportation options. It will take just 5-10 minutes to complete. Please answer to the best of your ability; all answers will remain anonymous. Click Map to provide additional inputs about places you usually bike or walk to. The mapped data will be used in planning routes as inputs for the active transportation plan.

Please feel free to contact us at (319) 289-0063 or mary.rump@ecicog.org with any questions or comments. You can also engage with us by visiting the questions, forum and ideas tabs on this project website.


Thank you for your feedback!

  • Save the Date: Washington County ATP Open House

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    ECICOG, in partnership with the Washington County Trails and Conservation Committee, wishes to invite you to our first active transportation plan public input event. Attendees can review progress made so far and provide inputs moving on ATP issues.

    Thank you for your participation.


  • Save the Date: Cedar County ATP Open House

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    ECICOG, in partnership with the Cedar County Conservation Committee, wishes to invite you to our first active transportation plan public input event. Attendees can review progress made so far and provide inputs moving on ATP issues.

    Thank you for your participation.


  • Save the Date: Johnson County ATP Open House

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    ECICOG, in partnership with the Johnson County Trails and Conservation Committee, wishes to invite you to our third county-level active transportation plan public input event. Attendees can review progress made so far and provide inputs moving on ATP issues.

    Thank you for your participation.


  • Save the Date: Benton County ATP Open House

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    ECICOG, in partnership with the Benton County Conservation Board, wishes to invite you to our second county-level active transportation plan public input event. Attendees can review progress made so far and provide inputs moving on ATP issues.

    Thank you for your participation.


  • Save the Date: Jones County ATP Open House

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    ECICOG, in partnership with the Jones County Trails and Conservation Committee, wishes to invite you to our first active transportation plan public input event. Attendees can review progress made so far and provide inputs moving on ATP issues.

    Thank you for your participation.


  • Travel Destinations Survey

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    ECICOG has officially launched the East Central Iowa travel destinations survey to solicit views on where residents would love to go within their communities and elsewhere within the region. Feedback will form part of developing a regional network of travel destinations accessible mainly through active transportation.

    Click here to participate in the survey.

Page last updated: 23 Feb 2024, 08:30 AM