Collier County has initiated the Master Mobility Plan (MMP) study to plan for the county’s mobility, land use, and infrastructure needs at population build-out to reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) while protecting habitat, environmentally sensitive land, and agriculture. This project is possible due to the receipt of an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant provided by the United States Department of Energy; the grant was created as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
In its entirety, the MMP consists of three phases:
Phase One of the MMP resulted in a data collection technical report and a data plans technical report. As part of Phase Two, a comprehensive public involvement process will be carried out to gather input from stakeholders and the public that, along with the data and analysis, will help guide and shape the development of the MMP.
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