Bridgeport Transportation Virtual Meeting

Please join us for a Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, April 14th from 7:00pm–8:30pm

Do you want to improve traffic, walkways and trails to create a more walkable village in Bridgeport?

We want to hear from anyone who lives, works, learns, plays in or passes through Bridgeport. Here are three ways to make your voice heard:

1. See the Final Plan Alternatives:

See the latest design alternatives for improving traffic at the Bridgeport Crossroads on the Presentations & Project Documents page.

2. Join our Virtual Meeting and learn all about the alternatives

Please join us for the Bridgeport Crossroads Virtual Meeting on Wednesday, April 14th from 7:00pm–8:30pm. At this meeting you will hear from the experts, see the alternatives & have an opportunity take our final survey to make your voice heard.
Register on the Virtual Meeting page.

3. Take the Survey and tell us YOUR preferred alternatives

Take the Final Transportation Alternatives Survey between April 8th and April 25th on the Transportation Survey page.

4. Can’t attend or know someone who doesn’t have a computer?

Between April 8th and April 25th, see the exhibits and submit written comments at these municipal building lobbies.

West Lampeter Township Building – 8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
852 Village Road, Lampeter, PA 17537

East Lampeter Township Building – 8:00am to 4:00pm M-F
2250 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, PA 17602

5. Have Questions? Ask the Experts!

Do you have questions? Visit the Your Questions page between April 8th and April 25th and send our team of transportation planners, planners and landscape architects your questions. We will post the answers on the same page.

This study encompasses three phases: Discovery, Conceptual Design and Final Plan.

  • The Discovery Phase is all about assessing recent planning documents, touring the district, listening to community stakeholders, conducting an online survey and hosting a Community Visioning House in 2018.
  • The Conceptual Design Phase will build upon community preferences and explore a series of design alternatives and present this website for public feedback and highlight them at a Transportation Alternatives meeting in April of 2021.
  • The Final Plan Phase involves the creation of a plan of action, renderings, implementation strategies, and funding sources in a final report as well as a community presentation in late May / early June to highlight the study recommendations.

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