The Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce is set to host a public workshop today that will help map the future of transportation in Kern County.
The Kern Council of Governments is conducting the public workshops as part of the process to update Kern County’s regional transportation.
Each person attending will receive a clicker and gets to vote in real time on the type of transportation projections that should be funded and the prioritization of funding those projects.
Troy Hightower, Executive Director of the Black Chamber of Commerce says the workshop is an interactive way for people to provide direct feedback to the council of governments.
The workshop will be held Wednesday at the Friendship House located at 2424 Cottonwood Drive from 5:30-7:30 p.m.