Plan 2050

MVRPC, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Miami Valley, develops a Transportation Plan every 4 to 5 years to guide the effective investment of public funds in the regional transportation system.  The Plan is “long-range” and supports all modes of transportation in the Region – roadway, freight, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian.  The Plan is developed through a collaborative process and it lists projects that reflect the shared values from various regional stakeholders, including elected officials, planners, engineers, businesses, special interest groups, and the public.

Due to the Covid-19 crisis it is highly likely that public participation for the transportation plan update will occur virtually through at least the end of calendar year 2020 but there will be plenty of opportunities for the public to provide input and interact with MVRPC’s transportation planning staff.

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Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
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Far Hills Avenue in Kettering will soon be resurfaced from Dorothy Lane to David Road, with the project beginning next week and extending into the summer. The road will remain open during construction, but drivers should expect delays.
Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
Refuel your vehicle in the evening hours when gasoline emissions are less likely to mix with sunlight and create smog. #HealthyAir #AQAW2021

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It's not too late for Memorial Day 2019 tornado survivors to get help with repair or rebuilding, but time is running out. A critical funding source ends soon. Call (937) 223-7217 ext. 1137 to get help.

Keep Styrofoam out of the landfill, and recycle it! FREE Styrofoam recycling collection on May 15, 2021, from 9 am to 1 pm at Dayton’s Welcome Stadium. Open to everyone in the Miami Valley. Any Styrofoam accepted except used food containers. mvrpc photo

Please consider a donation to support the @retreet Miami Valley TREEcovery Campaign, a multi-year effort to heal the landscape devastated by the Memorial Day 2019 tornadoes.

Do your part year-round to reduce air pollution – Avoid warming up your car in the winter, don’t burn yard waste in the spring and fall, and avoid sunlight mixing with emissions in the summer by mowing and refueling vehicles in the evening. #AQAW2021

Air Quality Alerts don't just happen in the summertime. Air pollution has a variety of sources like wood-burning fireplaces, burning yard waste, or idling vehicles. Do your part year-round to reduce air pollution. Learn more at #HealthyAir #AQAW2021