Cook County seeks public input on long range transportation plan
Nine months into the development of Cook County’s first Long Range Transportation Plan in 70 years, the County is hosting several open houses seeking resident and business input on transportation priorities and potential long-range scenarios. Cook County wants to produce a plan that links transportation to jobs and economic development, supports more livable and sustainable communities and addresses infrastructure needs 25 years into the future.
There will be no formal presentation. Please join us to weigh in and tell us what transportation choice means to YOU. Your feedback is critical as it will help shape the development of the Connecting Cook County plan, helping refine the County’s transportation priorities.
Cook County residents, business owners, community leaders, system users, and other interested stakeholders are encouraged to stop in anytime during the Open Houses to review plans and provide input on the plan underway. Please click here to download the flyer in English, or here for Spanish.
Tuesday, Dec. 2 • 4-7 p.m. Franklin Park Police Station – Community Room 9451 W. Belmont Franklin Park, IL 60131
Wednesday, Dec. 3 • 4-7 p.m. Northbrook Village Hall – Board Room 1225 Cedar Lane Northbrook, IL 60062
Thursday, Dec. 4 • 4-7 p.m. Chaddick Institute ( DePaul University) 14 E. Jackson – Dublin Room, 16th floor Chicago, IL 60604
Tuesday, Dec. 9 • 4-7 p.m. Orland Park Civic Center 14750 Ravinia Avenue Orland Park, IL 60462
Learn more about the project and how you can provide input at connectingcookcounty.org