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Public Participation


Options for General Participation:


grey arrow pointing to the right PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS:  

  • 2020 Ithaca & Tompkins County Bike Map is available!   We have updated our bike map just in time for you to get outside while maintaining social distancing. View the map here:  2020 Ithaca & Tompkins County Bike Map

 

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE

    As part of our Covid-19 safety measures, beginning March 18, 2020, the ITCTC office will be closed to the public until further notice.  Staff will continue to work but are best reached by email; phone access will remain available, but you will be asked to leave a message and someone will get back to you, please be patient. 

    Updates will be posted as they become available.  Stay safe, stay healthy, and thank you for your understanding.

  • 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Executive Summary. 

The 8-page executive summary of the 2040 LRTP is available; view it: here.  

  • State Route 13 Corridor Study, 2020  

    The Tompkins County Department of Planning and Sustainability (TCDPS) and the Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council (ITCTC) are conducting a corridor study of New York State Route 13 (Route 13) in Tompkins County. The 9-mile stretch of the corridor under consideration runs along Route13 from Warren Road (Village of Lansing) to the Village of Dryden’s western boundary.  

    For more information and opportunities to comment please visit: http://tompkinscountyny.gov/planning/transportation-choices/rt13corridor


 

grey arrow pointing right COMMITTEE MEETINGS:

 
The April 21st ITCTC Policy Committee Meeting has been cancelled.
 
 
 
The complete 2020 Meeting Schedule can be viewed on our Meetings web page.
 
All regularly scheduled committee meetings begin with a public comment period and are always held in accessible facilities. 
If you require the services of an interpreter, please contact the ITCTC at least one-week prior to the meeting date.
This web site uses the services of Google Translate; at the bottom of each page you can select your preferred language.
 
 

Public Participation Documents

June 2007: Public Involvement Procedures 
A document describing the strategies and actions we use for public outreach and input.

June 2007: Summary of Changes to the ITCTC's Public Involvement Procedures