You’re invited to the Second Public Meeting in the Paoli-Chester Valley Trail Connector Feasibility Study!
The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) received a planning grant from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) Regional Trails Program, funded by the William Penn Foundation. TMACC has retained the consulting services of Simone Collins Landscape Architecture with Hunt Engineering as its sub consultant to examine the feasibility of creating a trail connector between the Chester Valley Trail and the Paoli Train Station along Cedar Hollow Rd, West Central Ave., and North Valley Rd. In order for the recommendations of this study to be contextually appropriate, TMACC needs to get as much feedback from residents, business owners, employees, as well as from individuals who will use the trail to connect to the Chester Valley Trail and the Train Station.
We invite you to hear Simone Collins Landscape Architecture present their design concepts for the proposed Paoli-Chester Valley Trail Connector. This will be the second public meeting in the study and will take place on Monday September 30 at 7:00 PM. The meeting location is the Green Tree Office Plaza, 40 Lloyd Avenue Suite 208A Malvern, PA 19355.
Save your place at the meeting here.
For more information on the study please visit our study blog paolicvtconnector.wordpress.com.
Please join us at the final public workshop for the Route 29/Great Valley Multi-Modal Study. Come by any time between 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM to view the recommendations, talk with the project team, and provide comments.
The Route 29/Great Valley Multi-Modal Corridor Study has been a 12-month study to research the alternatives to a safer, bike and pedestrain user-friendly road. At the final workshop, Whitman, Requardt, and Associates will provide their recommendations to the public. The open house will allow the public to comment and provide feedback on the information presented.
To view more information about the study please visit our study blog at gogreatvalley.wordpress.com.
Download flyer here.
On September 19th, TMACC welcomes Steve Wray, Executive Director of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, Barry Seymour, Executive Director of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission and Ronald Bailey, Executive Director of the Chester County Planning Commission. Wray, Seymour and Bailey will provide insight about the need, connection and impact between business and transportation in the Delaware Valley. Wray will discuss the Economy League's newest study "Infrastructure GPS: Strategies for a World Class Greater Philadelphia" while Seymour will address the trends of transportation within the region and Bailey will conclude with the initiatives within Chester County.
The breakfast program will help launch TMACC into a daylong strategic plan discussion. Through the balance of the morning, TMACC invites members, governmental, community, corporate and association leaders to a series of discussions such as alternative commuting options and alternative fuels to help focus TMACC's mission and work program for the next 3-years.
Whether it's just for breakfast or for the whole morning, mark your calendar to join TMACC on September 19 at the Sheraton Great Valley Hotel.
Professional development and education forum for engineers, planners, municipal representatives, developers, advocates, attorneys, and citizens.
TMACC will raise transit fares by $.25 on its bus routes, the Coatesville Link, Coatesville Link Evening Service and SCCOOT, effective July 1.
TMACC hosting a free informational session for fleet managers, shop foremen, municipal leaders and others on developing a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fleet and maintenance facility.
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER TO PROMOTE PLAN TO FUND TRANSPORTATION AT ANNUAL TMACC LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST
INFORMATIONAL SESSION TO PROMOTE CNG CONVERSION OF FLEETS