Omaha – These public open house meetings are held to provide information and to gather input from the community to assess needs in intercity bus and public transit services. The public is invited to attend and present relevant comments and questions. The open house format allows the public to come at any time during the advertised hours, gather pertinent information about the subject, speak one-on-one with study personnel, and leave as they wish.
All meetings are 5-7 P.M.
|Beatrice||April 10||Beatrice Public Library Price Room, 100 North 16th Street|
|Lincoln||April 12||Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center Room 302, 301 South 68th Street Place|
|Omaha||April 13||Weitz Community Engagement Center Room 127, 6001 Dodge Street (UNO Dodge Campus)|
|Norfolk||April 18||Norfolk Public Library Large Meeting Room, 308 West Prospect Avenue|
|O'Neill||April 19||O’Neill Public Library Conference Room, 301 East Douglas Street|
|Scottsbluff||April 25||Lied Scottsbluff Public Library Fliesbach Community Room, 1809 Third Avenue|
|McCook||April 26||McCook Public Library Klinger Memorial Room, 802 Norris Avenue|
|Kearney||April 27||Kearney Public Library Niobrara Room, 2020 1st Avenue|
Every reasonable accommodation to provide an accessible meeting facility for all persons will be made. Translation services will be available. For further information contact: Kari Ruse, Nebraska Department of Roads, P.O. Box 94759, Lincoln, NE 68509-4759; email@example.com; voice telephone (402) 479-4694, TDD telephone (402) 479-3834, Fax (402) 479-3884.
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