The Rock Hill/Fort Mill Transportation Study (RFATS) will be hosting 2 virtual public meetings this month, to gather public feedback on their Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The meetings, originally planned for this Spring, were postponed due to COVID. Every 4-5 years MPOs are required to update LRTP, the playbook, a central planning document covering a 25-year period outlining regional needs, priorities and preferences in York and Lancaster Counties. This is a key opportunity for regional stakeholders to give feedback on needs/priorities/focus.
“Please attend one of two virtual public meetings to find out about the process for updating the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) for the RFATS Study Area and provide input on transportation needs. The LRTP is the central transportation planning document that covers a 20-25 year period outlining the needs, preferences and priorities for the RFATS Area. The communities that comprise RFATS include the cities of Tega Cay and Rock Hill, the Town of Fort Mill, the Catawba Indian Nation, the eastern urbanized portion of York County (Lake Wylie Area), and the panhandle of Lancaster County.”