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CMNAA-Alternatives Feedback Survey

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CMNAA-Alternatives Feedback Survey

Providing for future mobility needs in a manner that is consistent with community vision is a primary goal for the CMNAA Study. Integrating a robust community involvement program with broad-reaching public participation is paramount to the success of the planning process. The input you provide on the ideas being discussed helps to inform key decisions that shape the future of transportation for your community. As the CMNAA planning study nears completion, this survey serves as an opportunity for the public to provide comment to be incorporated in the final CMNAA project documentation. The final documentation, including all feedback received, will be used during future project phases.

FDOT invites you to visit this site to learn more about the CMNAA Planning Study, and the range of short, mid, and long-term solutions that have been identified. Following each video segment, you will be able to provide feedback to the Study Team by answering a series of survey questions. Due to the detailed nature of the information that is included, you’ll want to allow 25 to 30 minutes to fully participate in the survey. We value your input into the planning process and hope that you will take the time to participate. Please also feel free to share this link with friends or neighbors that may have interest in the project.

Click here to take the survey.

 

More information about the project can be found at http://www.swflroads.com/study/CMNAA/ or by contacting the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District One Project Manager, Lawrence Massey, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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