Metro is working on an Investment Plan to identify multimodal transportation projects and programs that will offer mobility options to all who live, work, and visit the corridor. With equity and sustainability at the forefront, Metro established the 710 Task Force to develop the transportation Investment Plan that will be presented to the Metro Board of Directors in Summer/Fall 2023.
Location: Gateway Cities
Phase: Early Planning
Type: Better Transit, Less Traffic, Complete Streets, Housing and Jobs
Forecasted Opening: Unknown
Metro launched the Investment Plan process in Fall 2021 in response to community members and stakeholders who demanded a different vision for mobility in their communities that embraces equity and sustainability, with goals that foster a healthier lifestyle, economic vitality, social equity, environmental stewardship, and access to opportunity for all.
The 710 Task Force consists of residents, public health advocates, community-based organizations, labor unions, business groups, educators, freight industry workers, subregional agencies, and local elected officials, among others. The Task Force is advised by a Community Leadership Committee, Coordinating Committeeand four working groups to ensure inclusive community engagement. The groups meet monthly, the calendar is available at the bottom of this page.
Information Hub and Interactive Tool: To learn more, visit the online interactive tool that has been developed to provide project information, view maps and more. Visit metro.net/710-hub
Share your opinion on what transportation improvements are needed in your community along the I-710 South Corridor. Join us at a virtual public workshop held on, Tuesday, August 30, 2022, at 5-7pm and Saturday, September 17, 2022 at 10am–12pm. For more information, please visit metro.net/710-hub