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How to Get Involved
Developing the Transportation System Plan (TSP) involved residents, business owners, and other stakeholders in Seaside. A variety of opportunities were available for you to participate in the Seaside TSP. View a graphic explaining the Public Involvement Process for more information.

Workshop for the Seaside TSP.

Transportation Summits (2 meetings) Transportation Summits are community meetings intended to share work that has already been done and to gather ideas for moving forward.
  • Transportation Summit #1 – Wednesday, June 18, 2008
    The first Summit focused on the survey outcomes and understanding community priorities. All of the Materials from the Transportation Summit are available.

  • Transportation Summit #2 – Tuesday, June 8, 2010
    The project team discussed the recommendations, phasing, and implementation plan. About 40 people attended the Summit to help the project finalize the plan and move forward with adoption. All of the Materials from the Transportation Summit are available.

Mode/Policy Workshops (3 meetings)
  • Mode/Policy Workshop #1 –Thursday, November 6, 2008
    During the first Transportation Summit, the project team formed small groups to address specific transportation issues that are important to the community. The transportation issues were centered on a transportation modes and policy issues (such as bicycle/pedestrian connections or street design and networks). All of the meeting materials are on the Tasks and Materials page

  • Mode/Policy Workshop #2 – Tuesday, January 20, 2009
    The groups worked together to review technical data and provided recommendations, that were discussed in the second Transportation Summit. All of the meeting materials are on the Tasks and Materials page

  • Mode/Policy Workshop #3 – Thursday, January 21, 2010
    This workshop discussed highway alternatives and the development of Alternate Mobility Standards. Recommendations from this workshop were presented at the final Transportation Summit. All of the meeting materials are on the Tasks and Materials page

Web Survey (April 15 – May 15, 2008) The survey results helped the project team to develop a sense of the transportation issues that are important to the community. The survey findings formed a base for further conversations about what transportation improvements should be included in the TSP. A summary of the findings were discussed at the first Transportation Summit.

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