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Comprehensive Hendricks County Road Plan PDF Print E-mail
Year: 1993
Synopsis: This group's mission was to develop a comprehensive plan for a cost-effective, efficient road system to service projected needs into the year 2020. The Goal of their report was to improve the health, safety, convenience, and welfare of the citizens of Hendricks County by planning for future development so that the highway systems are adequate; that the needs of agriculture, industry, and business are recognized in future thoroughfare growth; and that the implementation of the transportation system is mindful of the efficient and economical use of public funds.
pdf Hendricks County Road Plan
Conservative Subdivisions PDF Print E-mail
Year: 2001
Synopsis: This group did quite a bit of research on the idea of conserving land by using different techniques of developing subdivisions. They are taking their plans to the County Plan Commission and the Planning with Power subcommittee of the Plan Commission.
pdf Conservative Subdivisions
Hendricks County East-West Road Corridors PDF Print E-mail
Year:   1999
Synopsis:   This group explored the alignment perspectives for improvements between Indianapolis and State Road 267.  The found the need for reliever traffic for US 36, US 40, and US 136.

pdf Hendricks County East-West Road Corridors

Life in the Slow Lane PDF Print E-mail
Year:   2004
Synopsis:   A preliminary report about infrastructure in Hendricks County was developed regarding travel on US 36 between Avon and Interstate 465. Ronald Reagan Parkway discussion was underway already so this group expanded on ideas for this. They did research on different roadways and decided as citizens we need to be proactive for some sort of north-south corridor.

pdf  Life in the Slow Lane

Public Transportation Hendricks County PDF Print E-mail
Year: 1998
Synopsis: This group's report re-iterated the growing need for relieving vehicular traffic congestion on all major thorofares in Hendricks County.
pdf Public Transportation Hendricks County
Ronald Reagan Parkway Presentation Objectives PDF Print E-mail
Year: 2005
Synopsis: To educate the Hendricks County public of the importance of completing the Ronald Reagan Parkway as soon as possible. To promote the economic development benefits.
pdf Ronald Reagan Parkway Presentation Objectives
Transportation PDF Print E-mail
Year: 2009
Synopsis: This group selected the Express Bus project. The Express Bus project is a federally funded opportunity to expand transit links between outlying rural populations connecting them to a daily rapid transit opportunity to and from Indianapolis. This new project would connect Hendricks County to Indianapolis.
pdf Transportation

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Since 1993, Leadership Hendricks County has given citizens the background and inside information they need to take on effective leadership roles in the Hendricks County community. Each graduating class within the program has completed a Team Discovery project to address a current community need. Leadership Hendricks County, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to seek, prepare, involve and sustain leaders from diverse backgrounds to address community and countywide changes.

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