City Transportation Plan unveiled Jan. 14 at two virtual open houses

City Transportation Plan unveiled Jan. 14 at two virtual open houses

Proctor residents will get a chance Thursday, January 14 to see a presentation and ask questions about the cities Transportation Plan during a Virtual Open House.

Two meetings are scheduled to review the 43-page plan.  Both meetings are open to the public and scheduled for Thursday, January 14 at:

  • 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm (presentation at noon with opportunity to ask questions)
    or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 320 663 336# (audio only)
  • 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (presentation at 4p.m. with opportunity to ask questions)
    or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 503 722 032# (audio only)

They can be accessed by clicking on the meeting links, above, or by visiting the MIC’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/dsmic.

The Proctor Transportation Plan defines the community’s vision for how it would like its transportation system to look, feel and function. A central theme is supporting the safe and efficient movement of people of all ages, abilities and incomes, as well as the safe and efficient movement of goods in and through the City of Proctor and adjacent neighborhoods.

The plan includes design concepts, a priority list and likely funding sources.

The City has completed several planning efforts in the past 20-years that includes Proctors transportation needs.  This plan, which was initiated in March 2020 and completed in December 2020, knits those efforts into a single vision and action plan.

The final Plan recommends short- and long-term strategies to implement the vision. “This work will position Proctor well into the future with a direction for upcoming transportation projects that meet community needs and achieve the goal of an integrated, multimodal transportation system,” said Rondi Watson Planning Communications Coordinator Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council

The plan document as well as more information can be found at www.dsmic.org/proctor.

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