Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the location for the public meeting is now Magnolia City Hall.

The first public meeting on the city of Magnolia’s master thoroughfare plan will take place Feb. 1 from 6-8 p.m. at Magnolia City Hall, 18111 Buddy Riley Blvd., Magnolia, the city announced via the plan’s website.

The master thoroughfare plan is a project that aims to provide a plan regarding the development and enhancement of the city’s transportation network. The community is invited to come out to the first public meeting to share their thoughts regarding transportation in Magnolia, according to the plan’s website.

People who live both inside and outside of the city can also take an online survey, found on the plan’s website, to provide their feedback on the city’s transportation network. Question topics include the method and length of residents’ commute to work, concerns about the road network in Magnolia, and bike lanes and trails in the city.

The plan’s website also has a section where community members can submit their comments regarding the city’s transportation network.

Following this first public meeting, the city will determine the needs for Magnolia’s transportation system, prioritize the improvements needed and generate an action plan, according to the plan’s website.

A second public meeting is tentatively scheduled to take place in March—at which the community will be able to review the proposed recommendations—and then a final report will be completed in April.