City of Winston-Salem Seeks Public Input On Transportation Plans
Transportation planners are seeking public input on potential improvements in Winston-Salem and surrounding areas.
What’s known as the Comprehensive Transportation Plan was adopted in September. It expands on previous proposals in that it includes all needed improvements, not just those projects with current funding.
Area residents can learn more and provide feedback at a virtual meeting Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
According to a news release, officials will also discuss a plan that addresses recurring congestion issues in the region.
Both plans cover the Winston-Salem metropolitan area, which includes Forsyth County and parts of Davie, Davidson, and Stokes counties.
The public can also provide input at a Transportation Advisory Committee meeting on November 19th. The committee will likely adopt the plans at that meeting.