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The city of Barberton and the townships of Bath and Copley are the 2013 recipients of two $50,000 planning grants from the Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (AMATS).
The Greater Akron area has a new four-year Transportation Improvement Program and a new long-range regional transportation plan, Transportation Outlook 2035.
The FHWA and FTA are providing an opportunity for you to express your views on the transportation planning process in the Greater Akron area.
AMATS will host its first Bike-N-Brainstorm ride for 2013 in Kent on Saturday, April 20.
AMATS invites you to participate in the development of Transportation Outlook 2035 and the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for Fiscal Years 2014 through 2017.
The Rules of the Road - Part I - Or How I Spent My Summer Vacation
The downward trend in the number of crashes in the Greater Akron area over the last several years is leveling off, according to the latest analysis spanning 2009 through 2011 compiled by AMATS.
Many pieces of a unique puzzle are coming together in downtown Kent. Once they are assembled, they’ll make a complete picture of what could be ahead for the Greater Akron area's downtowns.
Starting July 11, the new AMATS Public Participation Plan will be available for public review and comment for 45 days. The draft plan details the agency’s community outreach strategies.
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