Public Input Summary

Public and stakeholder feedback has been gathered at every step of strategy development. This includes legislative briefings, an online public survey, and a general public meeting. In total, more than 2,000 comments were submitted and are reflected in the interactive map.

Learn more by hovering over and clicking on the blue dots for a summary of the feedback received.

Key Issues Identified

  • Precarious, unsafe and congested merge points
  • Rapid lane changes
  • Limited truck parking areas
  • Short entrance and exit ramps
  • Ineffective detours and incident management
  • Speed differentials caused by speed limit changes, slower trucks passing in the left lane, and merge points with slower moving entering vehicles
  • Road maintenance during peak hours, which causes congestion
  • Poor partnership and planning-concerned decisions on new developments
  • Accessibility of nearby military installations
  • Insufficient investment in transportation infrastructure
  • Absence of resources for commuters such as adequate transit facilities and ride shares
  • Negative long-term impacts from rapid development
  • Poor pavement conditions
  • Stormwater management
  • Recruiting/Retaining Truck Drivers – Hindered by federal regulations; wages not keeping pace with required enforcement resulting in lost income
  • Overweight Commercial Vehicle Permits – Differs by state, resulting in separate compliance requirements

Public & Stakeholder Engagement

Outreach by the Numbers

Comments



2,000

Total Comments Received
Outreach by the Numbers

Surveys


1,160

Total Public Surveys Completed
Outreach by the Numbers

Online Meeting Room


700

Total Online Public Meeting Room Visits
Outreach by the Numbers

Emergency Service Providers


119

Emergency Service Providers Reached
Outreach by the Numbers

Municipalities


121

Total Municipalities Reached
Outreach by the Numbers

New Developments


100

Potential New Developments
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