Highland County Transportation Plan Update

The Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission (OVRDC) and Highland County began a process to update the Highland County Coordinated Transit Plan in April 2021. Adoption is scheduled for October 2021.

The Coordinated Transit Plan is a four-year coordinated plan designed for Public and Human Services Transportation. The purpose of the Plan is to understand the unmet transportation needs of people in Highland County, and to provide goals and priorities for agencies and companies providing transportation services to the community. The plan assists with securing funding for these services.

Whether you get around by driving your own car, using paratransit, or catching a ride with a friend, we want to hear from you! There are two ways to be involved:

  • Attend the virtual Draft Plan Public Forum on Wednesday, September 29 from 12PM – 1PM. The event will be held virtually via Zoom with a telephone call-in option. Recordings of the meeting will be available on the project website.

Join:     https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83780042987?pwd=L2xRb215TmlJSTBYTVVSa05yZXlYZz09

or by phone at +1 646 558 8656 | Meeting ID: 837 8004 2987

Review and comment on the Draft Plan by visiting the Public Participation tab on the project website: https://burtonplanning.com/highlandtransitplan/. The Draft Plan will be listed at the top of the page when it is available the week of September 20. Provide your comments by October 21, 2021, to Joe Adray, Highland County Mobility Manager, at (937) 402-6156 or jadray@familyrecoveryservices.org.

For more information about the Highland County Coordinated Transit Plan, visit the project website at https://burtonplanning.com/highlandtransitplan/ or contact Joe Adray, Highland County Mobility Manager, at (937) 402-6156