News   |   May 12, 2022
MORPC Matters: Gohio Commute program brings options to commuters
News   |   May 5, 2022
Dr. Amy Acton to Lead RAPID 5 Initiative
News   |   Apr 19, 2022
Celebrating Earth Day, Year-Round
News   |   Apr 13, 2022
MORPC Matters: April celebration of trails can continue year-round

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News   |   May 12, 2022

MORPC Matters: Gohio Commute program brings options to commuters

By Patty Olmsted Published in This Week Community News As central Ohio’s growth continues, residents deserve options when it comes to their daily commute. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s Gohio Commute program aims to provide those...
News   |   May 5, 2022

Dr. Amy Acton to Lead RAPID 5 Initiative

Dr. Amy Acton, the former director of the Ohio Department of Health, has been tapped to lead a new nonprofit group that will guide a plan to connect Franklin County’s trail network with five stream corridors. Acton...
News   |   May 5, 2022

State of Ohio Accepting Innovation Grant Applications

Ohio’s State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) is accepting applications for its annual innovation grants. STIC funds may be used to implement system process changes; build capacity; develop guidance, standards, and specifications; organize peer exchanges; offset implementation costs; conduct...
Press Release   |   Apr 20, 2022

MORPC Welcomes New Board Officers

Erik Janas elected Board Chair The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) elected its new board officers at the April 14 commission meeting. Elected for one-year terms, expiring in 2023: Board Chair: Erik Janas, Deputy County Administrator, Franklin County Board of...
News   |   Apr 19, 2022

Celebrating Earth Day, Year-Round

By Brandi Whetstone, Sustainability Officer For MORPC and our members, planning for regional sustainability is a priority year-round, but during the month of April, Earth Day (April 22) provides an important reminder of the actions we can all take to protect...
News   |   Mar 17, 2022

Groundwater: Out of Sight, Yet Vitally Important

By Edwina Teye, Ph.D For most people, where our water comes from is typically out of sight and out of mind. Since we do not see or interact with groundwater as we do with surface waters, we tend...
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