The Tennessee Department of Transportation is working on a statewide long-range transportation plan, and TDOT is partnering with the Oak Ridge Senior Center to hear from the local community about what transportation needs exist in the Oak Ridge and Anderson County area.
Regional TDOT officials will be available to hear your insights and opinions during a stop at the Oak Ridge Senior Center at 1 p.m. Wednesday, September 23. The two TDOT officials who will be there are Nick Weander and Jack Qualls, TDOT community transportation planners for the Knoxville region.
The Oak Ridge Senior Center is located at 728 Emory Valley Road. Please call (865) 425-3999 to reserve a space and be a part of this important conversation, a press release said.
You can also like the Oak Ridge Senior Center on Facebook, check our their website at http://orrecparks.oakridgetn.gov, or call (865) 425-3999 for more information about this or others programs offered by the Oak Ridge Recreation and Parks Department.