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MDOT survey seeks input to improve transportation for persons with disabilities

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The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking input from Michiganders to identify and understand the needs of persons with disabilities in order to develop future strategies for MM2045 through an online survey. 

The survey is part of the department’s state long-range transportation plan (SLRTP). The survey will help MDOT identify barriers to transportation and develop strategies for Michigan’s vibrant and multi-modal transportation future.

The SLRTP, known as Michigan Mobility 2045 (MM2045), establishes a vision and priorities for transportation in Michigan for the next 25 years. MDOT is seeking input from the public on potential strategies to deliver Michigan’s transportation system through 2045.

The online survey is part of MDOT’s planned outreach to a larger and more diverse group of Michigan residents during the SLRTP development phase. This survey presents potential long-term strategies for Michigan’s transportation network to the public in a realistic context.

For more information on the plan or to provide comments, the public can visit the MM2045 website at www.MichiganMobility.org.

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