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Comments or Questions?
Please click here if you have any comments, questions or recommendations or send an email to connect@columbus.gov

As the City of Columbus is developing Connect Columbus, our long-range multimodal transportation plan, our partner agencies are also working at this time on important plans for their organizations and the region's overall future transportation systems.  These plans are:

  • COTA's Next Generation plan
  • MORPC's Metropolitan Transportation Plan-a 20 year long range, fiscally constrained and federally require transportation plan

These are individual planning efforts, specific to the goals and needs of each agency, but our efforts are not being isolated.  Together we are coordinating with and engaging community stakeholders for each of these plans.  See below for direct links to these other agency projects. 

COTA NEXT GEN
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MORPC Metropolitan Transportation Plan
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Slow Streets

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What is Slow Streets Columbus?

The Slow Streets Columbus program aims to improve neighborhood traffic safety and walkability by encouraging slower speeds through neighborhoods. The risks associated with neighborhood speeding can make it less comfortable for those who want or need to get around without a car, negatively impacting the quality of life for many residents.

Why is this needed?

Speeding through residential areas is one of the top concerns raised by Columbus neighborhood residents and is a safety issue for pedestrians, cyclists, and families with children. This concern was raised during the public meetings that were conducted for in-progress Envision Hilltop plan and One Linden Plan, and also via the city’s 311 system.

We Want Your Input!

Upcoming public engagement dates will be announced during August, 2019. Check back here or follow our DPS Facebook Page for event alerts. You may still add your comments to the maps linked below, or email ECPendexter@columbus.gov, or contact 311 (614-645-3111 or https://311.columbus.gov/)

Hilltop Fact Sheet, click here

Map Your Comments

Please follow this link to the Hilltop Community Plan interactive mapping site. To post comments to the site, use the “points” feature in the top left of the map page to add new comments to the map. Please note any transportation related concerns within the Greater Hilltop area. Although the study area for Slow Streets is constrained to the dense, urban one-way grid of the Hilltop, comments outside of the study area are welcome. If you have already commented through the Envision Hilltop website, you do not need to submit again. 

Linden Fact Sheet, click here

Map Your Comments

Please follow this link to the One Linden interactive mapping site. To post comments to the site, use the “points” feature in the top left of the map page to add new comments to the map. Please note any transportation related concerns within the study area boundary. While the study area for Slow Streets is constrained to the dense, urban one-way grid of the Linden, comments outside of the study area are welcome. Please email them to ecthrush@columbus.gov or call 614-645-6465. 

Contact:

Eliza Pendexter

Transportation Planner

Division of Traffic Management

(614) 645-6465

ECPendexter@columbus.gov