Public Involvement  Process

Why is public participation important?

Public participation is the process by which NOACA and our community partners consult with interested or affected individuals, organizations, and government entities in the project corridor before making a decision on the development of the Hyperloop System. Public participation is two-way communication and collaborative problem solving with the goal of achieving better and more acceptable decision-making.  That's why NOACA has involved the following metropolitan planning agencies to help guide and recommend viable transportation solutions for the region.

Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency logo

Cleveland

Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

1299 Superior Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44124

Erie County Regiona Planning Commission MPO logo

Sandusky

Erie County Regional Planning Commission

Metropolitan Planning Organization

2900 Columbus Avenue

Sandusky, Ohio 44870

Illinois Department of Transportation logo

Chicago

Illinois Department of Transportation

69 West Washington Street

Suite 2100

Chicago, Ill. 60602

Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments loo

Toledo

Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments

300 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Suite 300
Toledo, Ohio 43697

Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission logo

Pittsburgh

Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission

Two Chatham Center

Suite 500

112 Washington Place

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219

Eastgate Regional Council of Govenments logo

Youngstown

Eastgate Regional Council of Governments

City Center One Building

100 East Federal Street

Suite 1000

Youngstown, Ohio 44503

Public Meetings

Public Comment

We want to hear from you! If you have a comment or a question about the Great Lakes Hyperloop, or about its impact on the communities affected by this revolutionary mode of transportation, leave us a note.

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