Pflugerville debuts online interactive map for resident input on future transportation projects

The city of Pflugerville launched an online map to gather resident input on transportation needs.

The city of Pflugerville launched an online map to gather resident input on transportation needs.

As the city of Pflugerville prepares to update its Transportation Master Plan, area residents can submit feedback through an online interactive map.

Users can mark areas of concern regarding traffic, intersection improvements, signage, safety and overall transportation needs.

“This is the public’s chance to tell us directly where they want us to focus our attention and let us know of the areas you drive and travel through every day that may need extra attention when it comes to traffic flow and safety," Interim Public Works Director Chad Wood said in a March 22 news release.

The interactive map provides a variety of tools to log suggestions. Users can place icons or draw lines to indicate areas for improvement.

"By logging in to the wiki tool, residents can provide feedback electronically to the city," Wood said in the release. "The city is also planning a series of open houses to get additional one-on-one feedback from residents.”

The survey is live and will remain online through June, according to the release.

The first Transportation Master Plan open house is scheduled for 5-8 p.m. April 30 at the Pflugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Pfluger St., Pflugerville.

After the online data is compiled, the city plans to host another open house near the end of summer, according to the release.

To access the interactive map and learn more about the city's transportation plans, visit www.pflugervilletx.gov/pforward.
By Taylor Jackson Buchanan
Taylor Buchanan joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 after completing a master of journalism degree from the University of Texas. She worked as the senior reporter for Community Impact's Southwest Austin edition and is now the editor for the company's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition.


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