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Public Involvement



Participate

TMACOG has revised its agency-wide Public Involvement Policy. Thank you for your comments.

Click HERE to open a PDF of the policy.

Ongoing and meaningful public involvement in TMACOG planning activities ensures that projects and policies reflect local goals and needs. Meaningful public involvement means that people have the opportunity to participate in decisions about activities that may affect their environment and/or health, and that the public's contribution can influence the decision making process.
Click getinvolved@tmacog.org to start getting involved.



Invite Us to Speak

Want to learn more about TMACOG, environmental planning, or the future of transportation? We can provide a experienced, knowledgable speaker for your next meeting, luncheon, workshop, symposium, or summit.

Email Peggy Ricard at ricard@tmacog.org with your request.

 

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Try an Alternative
There may be many obstacles to your leaving the car at home and choosing a different mode of transportation to commute to work - or even for short trips to pick up the dry cleaning, the kids, or some take-out. But alternatives to the automobile for both commuter and short trips means less congestion, increased productivity, cleaner air, preserved green space, healthier lifestyles, and more money in your pocket!

As a TARTA passenger you can look forward to convenient timetables, equipment upgrades, thoughtful, courteous staff and special services
Learn about cycling in your area, then map, log, and track your rides.
How walkable is your neighborhood or the area around where you work? You may be surprised. Find out now!
Ever wonder how much your commute is costing you? What your commute's carbon footprint? Check out this cool calculator developed by Stanford University!
Learn about running in our area, then map, log, and track your runs.
Check out if today is an Ozone Action Day.
   
This resource developed for the Federal Highway Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency to provide education and resources to businesses and employees.
   

 

 

 

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