Atlanta Regional Commission seeks public input on development plan

More than 6,000 metro Atlantans have completed the Atlanta Regional Commission’s survey to help guide the development of its long-range plan for the region. If you are not one of them, it’s not too late. The survey remains open through Tuesday, March 31.

The survey offers a chance for citizens to provide their thoughts on how technology, such as driverless cars and improved telecommuting, might impact the way we live and commute in the near future. It also asks for opinions on job centers and where the region might want to create new ones.

Input from the survey will be used to help ARC develop The Region’s Plan of investment strategies and performance metrics that will guide public policies and investments related to issues of transportation, land use, water quality, workforce development, an aging population and health resources.

The Region’s Plan is set to be adopted in the spring of 2016.