The City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, June 1, on the city’s six-year transportation improvement program.
The comprehensive list includes everything from routine road repaving to an over-water walkway from Boulevard Park to a future waterfront park.
Municipalities are required by state law to publicize the road construction projects they have planned for the next six years, to show how much public money is being spent on transportation and how the city is accommodating planned growth. The six-year plan also is required to receive state and federal grants.
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The public hearing will start shortly after 7 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 210 Lottie St.
Funding for transportation projects is also the subject of a meeting of the Transportation Benefit District Board, comprised of City Council, at noon Monday at City Hall. The agenda is available at cob.org/meetings.