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Public (Virtual) Meetings: Seneca Nation Long Range Transportation Plan and Iroquois/Broad Roundabout 4/28

Posted in: Department of Transportation

Public Meeting Notice for the Seneca Nation Long Range Transportation Plan and the Iroquois/Broad Roundabout project. 

Part 1) Long Range Transportation Plan - 4/28 @ 5:00 PM

Part 2) Iroquois and Broad Roundabout Project - 4/28 @ 6:00 PM

PART 1: The Seneca DOT and Qk4 are currently finalizing a draft of the
Seneca Nation’s Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The 2021 LRTP is
intended as a tool to help lay out the Nation’s transportation vision over the
next 20+ years. The LRTP defines a set of goals to provide funding guidance
to improve the Nation’s transportation system and target funding towards
priorities that are needed most. The LRTP also identifies short- and longrange
transportation improvement strategies that will address current and
future transportation needs.

PART 2: The Seneca DOT and Qk4 are currently finalizing conceptual
layouts for the up and coming roundabout project that will take place at the
intersection of Iroquois Ave. and Broad Street (near Tim Horton’s) in the
City of Salamanca on the Allegany Territory. This project has been identified
as a safety priority to limit the frequency and severity of accidents at the
intersection as well as improve traffic flow.

These two meetings will be held in a virtual format and will be hosted by
representatives from Qk4 and DOT staff. Questions will be taken throughout
each presentation and will be answered following the presentation. If you'd
like more information on either project, or would like to view a copy of the
LRTP, please contact Ben Anderson at

4.28 Public Meeting _LRTP_Roundabout