Elmira-Chemung Transportation Council
The Elmira-Chemung Transportation (ECTC) has opened a 15 day comment period for review of proposed amendment 14T13 of its FFY 2013/14 – 2017/18 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to revise programming use of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds. The proposed resolution and applicable section details of the TIP is available for review here, direct your written comments and questions, including emails to Jim Arey, Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org . The comment period is open until December 8, 2014.
ELMIRA - The Elmira Chemung Transportation Council is seeking comment from residents and business owners in Chemung County on its Final Draft Long Range Transportation Plan, “Elmira Chemung Transportation Plan 2035: Challenges and Opportunities”. ECTC is responsible for investing federal funds in the region’s transportation system, including roads and bridges, C TRAN service, and sidewalks and trails. The Final Draft Long Range Plan are open for a 30 day review period and will voted on for approval at the December 9, 2014 Policy Committee Meeting. Direct your written comments and questions, including emails to Jim Arey, Director, at email@example.com .
Planning & Implementing Transportation Improvements for Chemung County
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What is your vision of Elmira and the surrounding Towns in 2035? How can a sustainable transportation system support a great quality of life for our residents? Show the Elmira-Chemung Transportation Council where you think things should be preserved and where new things and changes should occur with our new easy to use Google Maps based Community Remarks page.
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ECTC releases 2013-2018 Transportation Improvement Program
The Federal transportation laws require that a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), consistent with the ECTC Long Range Plan, be developed. It must contain the capital and non-capital transportation projects proposed for funding under Title 23 (highways) and Title 49 (transit) laws. The TIP represents the choices for the use of Federal transportation funds in the Elmira urbanized area that are presented to the public for their review. It consists of a listing of projects being considered for implementation in the County for a five-year period in each of several Federal-Aid funding categories. Projects that are proposed for inclusion in the TIP are evaluated and implementation priorities are developed based on project needs, local priorities, funding availability, and project readiness for implementation.
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