Highway 75 Corridor & Freight Strategy Study Virtual Public Meeting

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MAPA will host a live virtual public meeting for the Highway 75 Corridor & Freight Strategy Study on December 14, 2021, at 6 p.m.

Interested individuals can register for the meeting at:   mapacog.org/highway75

The Highway 75 Corridor & Freight Strategy Study will identify feasible, planning-level concepts that meet study mobility, safety, and community goals.

The live virtual public meeting will provide an overview of the study and process, followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the study team via a live question and answer session.

The live public meeting will then adjourn to a variety of self-guided activities, which will be available at mapacog.org/highway75 starting December 14 through December 28.

Through these activities, participants will be asked to provide input on the overall transportation and neighborhood vision and goals of the Highway 75 study area, identify constraints for pedestrians, bicyclists, vehicles, public transit, and freight, and define community strengths and opportunities.

Feedback, ideas, and perspectives from the public are critical to guiding the study team through the study process. Everyone is encouraged to participate. If you are unable to attend the live virtual public meeting, you are still encouraged to participate in the self-guided activities.

A recording of the meeting will be posted on MAPA’s website at mapacog.org/highway75.  If someone you know does not have internet access, call 408-418-9388 at the meeting time to access it by phone.  When prompted, enter this access code: 2484 164 6298.


The study aims to develop viable concepts for the Highway 75 corridor and study area that will meet both transportation and neighborhood goals. Any representative, feasible concepts that emerge from this study will require additional development and engineering in later project development phases.

This study will provide a unique opportunity for residents, businesses, and the wider Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area to identify transportation alternatives that meet a variety of needs, including mobility, safety, accessibility, freight movement, economics, and neighborhood livability.

For more information, visit mapacog.org/highway75