League City officials are updating the city’s Master Mobility Plan and holding a public event to gather input.

What’s happening?

According to a League City news release, at 6 p.m. May 22 at the Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center, 400 W. Walker St., League City, the public can leave feedback on the plan, which will serve as a framework to guide while officials implement transportation investments within the city long term.

The event will allow residents to form breakout groups to provide input and mention areas of concern. The meeting also will include a presentation from city staff and staff from Freese and Nichols, the consultant group the city has hired to plan transportation projects.

Zooming in

According to the release, the updated plan will:
  • Clarify the location and alignment of existing and future roadways
  • Define design standards for all roadways
  • Identify near- and long-term safety and mobility improvements
  • Coordinate with other agencies on system alignment and connectivity
  • Program transportation improvements and identify potential funding strategies
  • Develop a policy document to educate and inform key stakeholders and the general public
The plan is updated every five years. The 2018 plan can be found here.

Stay tuned

Residents wanting to leave feedback outside the meeting can take a brief survey, drop a pin on the city’s interactive map, or contact the city’s engineering department at 281-554-1445 or [email protected].