Bettendorf Transportation Plan and Transportation Development Strategy open house


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Posted Online: March 18, 2013, 1:38 pm
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Press release submitted by city of Bettendorf



Public Open House regarding the updated Transportation Plan/Transportation Development Strategy

BETTENDORF: The City of Bettendorf has contracted with Shive-Hattery, Inc. to update the 1999 Transportation Component of the City's Comprehensive Plan and complete a Transportation Development Strategy (TDS) process for the northern areas and eastern area of the City. These areas include the area of Forest Grove Road to the north and from the eastern border of the City near Wells Ferry Road to the western border near Somerset Street.
There will be a public open house regarding the updated Transportation Plan and the Transportation Development Strategy on March 27, 2013, 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Surrey Heights Fire Station Community Room, Bettendorf, Iowa. Representatives of the City of Bettendorf and Shive-Hattery, Inc. will be available to answer questions and accept comments.

If you have questions or desire additional information regarding the open house, please feel free to contact Marti Ahlgren with Shive-Hattery at 309-764-7650, or Bill Connors, Bettendorf Community Development Director, at 563-344-4079.

















 




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