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Scott Randall

RPA Engineering Designer/Planner

825 Custer Avenue Helena, MT 59601

scottr@rpa-hln.com

406.447.5000 (office) 406.447.5036  (fax)

Bob Murray Jr.

City of Bozeman Project Manager

P.O. Box 1230 Bozeman, MT 59771

bmurray@bozeman.net

406.582.2280 (office) 406.582.2263 (fax)

THE BOZEMAN AREA TRANSPORTATION PLAN UPDATE PROCESS

The City of Bozeman and Gallatin County, in conjunction with the Montana Department of Transportation, is conducting a major revision to the Greater Bozeman Area Transportation Plan (2001 Update)The updated Plan will be multi-modal and will examine all forms of ground transportation, including cars, trucks, buses, biking, and walking (click here for public draft of the update).

The planning process includes data collection, problem identification, exploring alternatives, and developing recommendations.  The planning process has been designed to provide many opportunities for public involvement.

Gallatin County and the City of Bozeman have hired the engineering firm of Robert Peccia and Associates (RPA) of Helena and Kalispell, Montana to assist in the development of the Plan. Having developed Bozeman’s previous Transportation Plan (2001 Update), as well as having completed similar transportation plans in other Montana communities and throughout the United States, RPA brings a wide variety of experience to the planning team.

What Can YOU Do?

The Bozeman and Gallatin County Commissioners are now taking public comment.  In the next few months they will be making the decisions that shape our future.  They need to hear from you.  NOW is your opportunity to help ensure that Bozeman and Gallatin County remain a wonderful place drive, walk, and ride a bike.

  • Subscribe to the Gallatin Grassroots Forum to stay informed.
  • Attend public meetings on the subject to voice your opinion.
  • Let the City & County Commissioners know what sort of future you want to see for our community—call them at 582-2320 (City) and 582-3000 (County).
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