A series of meetings hosted by the Kansas Department of Transportation will give citizens a chance to discuss regional transportation priorities and participate in scenario planning for the future.
“These meetings are an important opportunity for stakeholders to help set the vision for transportation in Kansas,” said Secretary of Transportation Julie Lorenz. “This is a transformational time in transportation, and we need you to help chart our success into the future.”
At the meetings, stakeholders will review facts and trends and explore alternative future possibilities. Stakeholders also will have the opportunity to present information about transportation projects not discussed during last fall’s Joint Legislative Transportation Vision Task Force meetings.
“I strongly encourage you to attend KDOT’s upcoming local consult meetings so we hear your thoughts and create a transportation system that works for all Kansans, regardless of where they live,” said Gov. Laura Kelly.
The meetings will take place this month in Salina, Hutchinson, Independence, Overland Park, Topeka, Wichita, Dodge City and Hays.
The meeting in Independence will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the Independence Civic Center, 410 N. Penn Ave.