It’s a sheer delight to bring you good news today from our architectural office in Lake Tahoe/Truckee. this past week, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency posted a link to its Transporation Plan which is now available for your review and input. The plan addressed recreation and scenic resources, water and air quality, and other important issues.
For those of us who have lived in the area for years, this is a great opportunity to provide advice based on our years of experience of living in the High Sierra.
For those who are new to the region, it’s also a terrific way to share your experience as a new resident to the region.
To get you started, click into the TRPA Transportation Plan right here.
According to a news article, over 8,500 individuals were involved in creating the plan. Insight was also obtained from what they have called a ‘bi-state’ consultation group that is involved in transportation. This partnership included the California Natural Resources Agency and the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
According to TRPA, “Tahoe’s transportation system should meet the daily needs of transit‐dependent riders and employees, make it easier for recreational travelers to use transit and assure visitors they can get around without their cars.”
The post offered more details to what you will read about within the Transportation Plan
Transit: Adding services to provide 15‐minute service between town centers and recreation destinations, 30‐to 60‐minute service between neighborhoods and town centers, and inter‐regional service for commuters and visitors from neighboring regions.
Technology: Connecting people with information about the many ways to travel around the region, providing better data and analysis, and ensuring charging facilities are available for electric vehicles.
Trails: Increasing trips by foot and bike by providing through walking and biking routes.
Communities and Corridors: Bringing plan elements together with a corridor planning framework connecting workers to jobs, visitors to recreation, and residents to town centers, housing, and recreation.
Public hearings will be held at the end of September and beginning of October. The plan will be considered for adoption by the agency governing boards in November.
If you want more details, or to make your comments heard, connect with Michelle Glickert at email@example.com.
James P. Borelli
Lake Tahoe / Truckee