City of Fort Collins to host social impacts of transportation panel discussion

The City of Fort Collins’ Transportation Board is hosting a panel discussion on the social impacts of transportation in the community on Feb. 20. Panelists from senior, disabled and physically challenged and low-income populations will share their thoughts and questions regarding transportation in Fort Collins.

The discussion will take place Feb. 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Community Room at the City of Fort Collins Building, 215 N. Mason Street (use the north entrance).

The City’s Transportation Board is very interested in exploring the impacts transportation has on people’s life and livelihood. Access to jobs, medical care, education and general quality of life depends greatly on transportation. Not everyone has, can, or chooses to drive an automobile. Does our community provide and support transportation access for all its citizens? If not, what are the needs and ramifications?

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