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The FY 24-27 TIP has been amended. The amendment is hereby released for 21 days of public comment.
The Harrisonburg Rockingham MPO's 2024 meeting schedule for the Policy Board and Technical Advisory Committee has been approved. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings will be held in at the Rockingham County Administration Center, 20 East Gay Street, Harrisonburg. The...
On October 26th the Harrisonburg community is invited to come learn about a project that will bring sidewalks and bike lanes to Evelyn Byrd Avenue and a portion of University Boulevard.
VDOT’s State Trails Office is looking for public input in an online survey available now through October 22nd.
The Virginia Trip Planner allows users to plan trips across the Commonwealth using multiple modes including busses, carpools, vanpools, rail, and walking.
Rockingham County, in partnership with the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation, is conducting a Transit Feasibility Study to better understand how public transit may help residents get around the community.
A recently published article from Harrisonburg’s WSHV reminds viewers that October is Passenger Safety Month. So far in 2023, the Shenandoah Valley has seen 35 pedestrian-involved crashes.
The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded the City of Harrisonburg a $14,368,180 Raise Grant to convert one driving lane of US-11 (Liberty Street and Noll Drive) to a two-way separated bicycle facility between the intersections of Main Street and Noll Drive and Grattan Street and Liberty Street.
On July 20, 2023 the HRMPO Policy Board released a draft amendment to the FY 24 Unified Planning Work Program and a draft amendment to the FY 21-24 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for a 21-day public comment period.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) approved the Fiscal Years 2024 to 2029 Six-Year Improvement Program, which allocates about $6.3 billion in funding to public transportation and rail programs over the next six years.