CAMPO Needs You!

Local planning body looking for input from "Environmental Justice Populations."

CAMPO Needs You!

Everyone's favorite transport acronym CAMPO (that's the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization to you) is asking for "Environmental Justice Populations" (whatever one of those is) to fill in a new survey about local transport and transit priorities. Here's the press release.

Transportation Needs Survey for Environmental Justice Populations in the CAMPO Area 9 Quick Questions!

Dear Friend:

Do you have transportation needs and wish someone would listen? Got ideas for transportation in Central Texas? Well Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) wants to hear! It's CAMPO's job to plan and direct funding for transportation in Williamson, Hays and Travis counties. CAMPO needs YOUR ideas and feedback, so please click on the link below and give us two minutes of your time (9 quick questions). IMPORTANT: Help us circulate this survey by forwarding to others who live in this area. Gracias!

Seriously, what's an environmental justice population?

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