Fayette County regularly engages in a process of planning for the future transportation needs of county residents and businesses. Transportation planning is the process of working with community members, elected officials, and stakeholders to define goals, policies, and future investments. Decision making is supported by a data driven analytical process.
In CY 2019, Fayette County is working on five major Transportation Studies:
The Comprehensive Transportation Plan update and the Master Path Plan are being developed jointly by one project team and are often referred to as the Transportation Plan.
In the fall of 2019, each of the five studies are presenting the draft recommendations to City, Town and County staff, elected officials, and the public. For more information on recent Fayette County transportation studies please view the sidebar on the left side of the page.
The Public Comment is open thru 11/30/2019 for the four draft corridor studies (Banks Road, Sandy Creek Road, SR 279 and Tyrone & Palmetto Roads). Citizens are encouraged to review the draft reports and provide feedback using Survey Monkey.
Alternatively, comments may be provided by email to email@example.com.
The comment period closes at the end of November (11/30/19).
After completion of the public comment period, the draft documents will be revised to reflect comments received and the reports will be presented to the Board of Commissioners for adoption.