The City of Wilsonville’s public transit agency, South Metro Area Regional Transit (SMART), is seeking public comment on the draft SMART Transit Master Plan prior to potential City Council adoption. The purpose of the Transit Master Plan is to capture the community’s priorities and needs and to guide the transit agency’s future changes, investments and operations over the next five years. Copies of the plan are now available online at www.plansmartwilsonville.com and at Wilsonville City Hall and the Wilsonville Public Library on Feb. 2.
Members of the public—including residents, employers, employees and visitors—can comment on the draft plan in various ways:
• Online at www.plansmartwilsonville.com/tmpcomment
• Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Call 503-570-0332
• Mail to City of Wilsonville, SMART TMP Comments, 29799 SW Town Center Loop East, Wilsonville, OR 97070
The Wilsonville Planning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing on the draft Transit Master Plan on Wednesday, March 8, 6:00 p.m., at Wilsonville City Hall. A subsequent public hearing is tentatively scheduled before the City Council on Monday, March 20, 7:00 p.m., where public testimony is also welcomed and after which the public comment period is closed.
Transit Director Stephan Lashbrook said, “We are very thankful to all who have taken the time over the past year to provide SMART their thoughtful input that has helped shape the current draft. Now we are asking interested community members to review the plan one more time to see if any further changes are needed before the Planning Commission and City Council consider the plan for adoption.”
For more information contact, contact Michelle Marston, Transit Program Coordinator, 503-570-0332; email@example.com.