Mobility Study Stakeholder Workshops
Tuesday, February 21 and Wednesday, February 22
The Mobility Study will kick off with a stakeholder workshop. Stakeholders include residents, our seniors, our HOA representatives, employers, employees, commuters, business leaders, those developing in the community, those designing for our community, members from our schools (k-12 and universities), the hospital, the library and our park system.
Additional individuals from our regional transit planning agencies: MORPC, COTA and the City of Columbus have also been invited. Stakeholders have been invited to represent the diversity of our Dublin community and will be asked to reach out to their respective micro-communities.
The workshop will be held at the Dublin Community Recreation Center on February 21 and 22. Limited space will be made available for community members who would like to observe the process.
We would also like to invite all residents to participate through future surveys and interactive mapping.
Joanne L. Shelly, Urban Designer for the City can be contacted with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.410.4677
We would like to identify the most frequently traveled routes in the city. This survey does not collect personal data, only the start point, end point, mode of travel and route. you can choose your points from your specific start location or from a nearby prominent intersection. Please enter your most frequently traveled routes such as work, school, grocery, library, park or ice cream, you can enter more than one route.
- Begin by choosing a MODE of travel
- Pick a location on the map at your start point or a nearby intersection.
- Pick points along the road or path you use.
- When you reach your destination, double click.
- SAVE, if you like your route selection; BACK, if you want to start over; EDIT, if you want to move point selection.
Communities across the region are being reshaped due to land use changes and rapid developments in mobility trends. Through this study, the City will be looking for opportunities to enhance local mobility services, in order to support the City’s Vision of being a Vibrant, Innovative, and Engaged Community.
The purpose of this study, as commissioned by City Council, is to provide our increasingly diverse community access to a range of transportation options, which will connect more people to more places.
Currently, the majority of residents and employees rely on personal vehicles for their mobility needs. The Study will collect travel data, identify the existing and anticipated travel patterns, benchmark best practices and identify opportunities to improve the mobility and connectivity for Dublin residents and our business community.
- Identify and analyze existing conditions and bench mark against national trends
- Develop policy and development strategies and identify implementation options.
- Engage stakeholders from our residential and business communities to review, evaluate, and advise.
- Provide City Council with recommendations for a strategic mobility plan that will provide connectivity and accessibility for residents, employers, employees, and visitors.