KIPDA Public Transportation Meeting at Iroquois Library

Connecting Kentuckiana
KIPDA is “Rethinking Transportation” as they develop the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, and are holding a number of public meetings we hope you attend to let us know what your transportation experiences are like.  This is a great opportunity to let your voice be heard. We need ideas, dreams, suggestions, and general input from everyone in our five-county area so that we can create a transportation plan that serves our residents, businesses and visitors alike.  You are welcome to attend any of the meetings – just pick the one that is the most convenient for you to attend.  The meetings follow an open house format, so you can come by anytime between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the dates and at the locations listed below.

What is Connecting Kentuckiana?
Connecting Kentuckiana is the name of a major update the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA) is undertaking for the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).  Connecting Kentuckian encompasses five counties and one plan. The five counties are Bullitt, Jefferson and Oldham counties in Kentucky and Clark and Floyd counties in Indiana. The plan, slated to be adopted in 2014 and the projecst and programs in it completed now through 2040, will address all areas of surface transportation: roads, bridges, bikeways, walking paths, and public transportation. The plan will find the best ways to connect people to places, people to people, and goods to market.  See for more information about the KIPDA Metropolitan Planning Organization and the planning process.

May 29
Connecting Kentuckiana Public Workshop Open House – Iroquois
Louisville Free Public Library – Iroquois Branch
601 W Woodlawn Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.


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