Hear the Latest Regional Transportation Program Updates – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Published on February 04, 2022

Participate in a hybrid meeting on February 7 to learn more about the latest regional transport initiatives.

In person: noon, Monday, February 7. North Central Texas Council of Governments, 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington.

In line: noon, Monday, February 7. Watch live presentations. A video recording will be made available later.

Here are the presentation topics:

Mobility 2045 update. One of the primary responsibilities of a metropolitan planning body is the development and maintenance of a metropolitan transportation plan. NCTCOG staff initiated the development of an update to the current Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Mobility 2045and will provide an overview and update on the plan timeline.

Regional Trail Marking Project from Fort Worth to Dallas. The Regional Trail Branding and Wayfinding Project will create unified branding and signage for the Fort Worth to Dallas Regional Trail, which passes through Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Irving and Dallas. The project will also help build regional consensus for ongoing marketing and operations for the trail and provide recommendations for supporting infrastructure. Staff will present an overview of the project and provide opportunities for future public comment.

Title VI Program/Language Assistance Plan Update. The Title VI program documents how the NCTCOG considers civil rights in planning. The program includes procedures that individuals can use to file a complaint of discrimination. Updates to the Title VI program and language assistance plan will be presented, and a 45-day public comment period will begin.

DFW Clean Cities Update: Annual Survey 2021. NCTCOG is the host organization for Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities, a US Department of Energy initiative to reduce total energy impacts in the transportation sector. As part of these efforts, the program annually surveys local fleets on the use of alternative fuels and other fuel-saving activities. The 2021 annual survey is open and details of the survey objectives and fleet recognition program will be provided.

For more information, contact the NCTCOG.

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