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Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization Survey

I am Quan McLaurin with the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO). Our organization is responsible for assessing and planning the transportation needs of the Hampton Roads region. We are currently working on updating the region’s Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), a blueprint that will guide transportation investments through the year 2050. The HRTPO aims to support transportation projects that reduce congestion, improve accessibility - especially for underserved communities - address regionally significant concerns, and advance our region.

Your input will directly influence the transportation planning process for Hampton Roads! When planning, it is important to gather feedback from those who live, work, and play in the Hampton Roads region. This is how our agency can identify, plan for, and meet the needs of Hampton Roads. We believe that effective transportation planning reflects a wide range of input from our Hampton Roads residents.

The HRTPO would love for your organization to participate in the current 2050 LRTP planning process. We have created a public survey to gather input on influences, or “drivers of change,” that can impact how, where, and why we travel in the future. This survey will be active from July 1 through August 15, 2023. If you could share this survey with your community members, they will have an opportunity to provide input that will help shape the future of transportation in our region.

Attached is a digital flyer that will direct you to our latest 2050 LRTP survey. Should you want physical versions of these flyers mailed to you for distribution, please contact Kyle Gilmer at

Please contact me at for any public involvement inquiries. Should you have any questions specific to the LRTP process, please contact our LRTP team directly: Dale Stith (Principal Transportation Planner) at or Kyle Gilmer (Senior Transportation Planner) at For more information on the 2050 LRTP, please visit

Thank you in advance for your active involvement in helping to create a better-connected future for us all.

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