HARRISBURG — The public is invited to share feedback on state transportation priorities and investments through a survey at www.paontrack.com as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s efforts to update the state’s Long Range Transportation Plan and develop the state’s first-ever Comprehensive Freight Movement plan.
The plans will provide a strategic vision for investing in transportation assets to meet current and future demands. The plan’s goals, objectives and recommendations will help guide the state’s future 12-year programs and regional long-range transportation plans.
The survey, available until May 30, asks the public to identify top transportation priorities from freight connections to bicycle and pedestrian facilities. Participants then rate the appeal of how various investment scenarios, such as preservation and technology enhancements, affect their top priorities.
People taking the survey can also identify project needs that address traffic congestion, bridges, transit and others.