Below you’ll find news and updates about Chester County’s Transportation Planning.
Chester County Planning Commission Transportation Planner Brian Donovan was recently recognized as a “Top Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Professional under 40” by the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association (GVF). Continue Reading →
The Chester County Planning Commission is pleased to announce the completion of the Chester Valley Trail West Feasibility Study/Master Plan. The plan will extend the popular trail westward across the county through the following municipalities: Downingtown, Caln, Coatesville, Valley, Parkesburg, Sadsbury, West Sadsbury, and Atglen. Continue Reading →
Every month, the Planning Commission highlights one of its staff members. Transportation Planner Eric Quinn joined the team in December. Eric discussed how he arrived at the Planning Commission and also shared information about his life philosophy, interests, and more. Continue Reading →
Join us for our final public meeting about the Chester Valley Trail West study on November 7 at Gateway Church, located at 160 Cowan Road in Parkesburg. There will be an open house from 6:30-7:30 p.m. where attendees can view and comment on materials from the draft plan, and at 7:30 p.m. the Planning Commission will present the highlights of the draft plan and recommendations. Register for the meeting. Continue Reading →
The Chester County Planning Commission has updated its list on the status of Transportation Priority Projects. This list is updated every six months and includes highway and trail projects and public transportation. View the status of the projects.
Two Chester County Planning Commission employees – Heather Martin and Rachael Griffith – were recently recognized as “Top Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Professionals Under 40” by the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association (GVF).
Heather is a transportation planner for the county’s Planning Commission, and Rachael is the open space and trails planner. They received the awards during the GVF’s 28th annual meeting on May 7. Continue Reading →
The Planning Commission welcomed a new employee in March: Transportation Planner Brian J. Donovan.
Brian began working for the agency on March 26. As a transportation planner in the Transportation Services Division, Brian will coordinate with local transportation management agencies and participate in the planning for our public transportation routes, regional rail stations, and major roadway corridors. Continue Reading →
Over 100 western Chester County residents and trail enthusiasts from across the county attended a recent public meeting about the Chester Valley Trail West study to learn more about the project and offer input.
The primary purpose of the meeting, which took place at The Parkesburg Point Youth Center on March 1, was to seek public input on the alignment alternatives that have been developed for the trail. Additionally, the project team shared the results of the public survey, which garnered over 2,800 responses. Overall, 89 percent of survey respondents were in favor of extending the Chester Valley Trail to the Lancaster County line. Continue Reading →
About 40 people attended a recent public meeting about the draft Phoenixville Region Multimodal Transportation Plan, which will focus on connectivity and accessibility to all modes of transportation in and around the Phoenixville area.
The event attendees explored posters depicting the 13 priority project recommendations for the plan. Priority projects were selected earlier this year by the project steering committee from a larger group of recommendations made by the public at a Planning Commission workshop last year. Continue Reading →
If you are trail enthusiast, resident, business owner, or municipal official who has an interest in the popular Chester Valley Trail, please attend a public meeting about a plan to extend the trail westward on Thursday, March 1 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at The Point Youth Center in Parkesburg, Pa.
After over seven months of existing conditions analysis, stakeholder meetings, public engagement, and fieldwork, the Chester County Planning Commission has developed a series of potential alignment alternatives for extending the Chester Valley Trail westward to the Lancaster County line. The project team is conducting the upcoming public meeting to get feedback on these alignment alternatives. Continue Reading →