The Creative Bike Rack project, one of the City of Fargo’s public art initiatives, was officially launched in the downtown landscape on Sunday, June 24 at 1 p.m. Local artist and creator Jeff Knight engaged the local community for ideas and feedback during the place-making process. The design serves as a functional public art piece that brings awareness to the diversity of the community.
Find more information on Metro COG's Metropolitan Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.
Building a Better Local Food System
The goal of the Food Systems initiative is to help the community better understand what we do and ways to become involved. With the significant growth we have experienced in our local food system comes the need for more collaboration and partnerships so that we can all best serve the community to increase access to safe, nutritious and affordable food. Learn more about the Cass Clay Food Commission.
Metro Grow: Planning Our Transportation System
Metro COG is committed to continued improvement and innovation in delivery of the 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan update. The 2045 LRTP update will focus on greater coordination, while fully adhering to the guiding principles of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act of 2015.
Learn more about the 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan's Progress
Metro 2040 is the Long Range Transportation Plan for the Metro COG area.
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