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Powerful

(because real engagement goes way beyond the usual suspects)
  • Proven effective – MetroQuest is the most mature public outreach software available with over 16 years of award-winning projects and continuous refinement.
  • Innovative – Recommended as a best practice for community engagement by the APA, FHWA, TRB and many others.
  • Research-based -Developed over 10 years through research involving three universities and over 70 academics.

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Flexible

(because every project is unique and your tools should fit)
  • Versatile – Mix and match screen types and features to meet the community engagement needs of any project, any phase, at any scale.
  • Customizable – Integrate your own content and branding – even embed MetroQuest into your website.
  • Multi-channel Leverage touch-screen kiosks, mobile devices, social networks, online communities and interactive workshops to reach thousands.

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Cost effective

(because the budget shrank and expectations grew)
  • Economical – Everything you need for the cost of a single public meeting. Save more with our partner discount program.
  • Fast – Our easy configuration process takes you from initial scoping to public launch in 4 weeks.
  • Efficient – Don’t waste time with written comment cards. MetroQuest collects and organizes the input for you in XLS or PDF reports.

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TESTIMONIALS

Theresa Gunn, President, International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) USA

MetroQuest is the first online tool I’ve seen that incorporates all of the different elements of a public engagement process into one program and does it well.

Theresa Gunn, President, International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) USA

Ron Thomas, American Planning Association (APA)

In providing understanding, graphic information and visualizations that inform and excite the public, they have no peer.

Ron Thomas, American Planning Association (APA)

Chester Britt, Arellano Associates

MetroQuest is a dynamic internet-based public engagement tool whose time has come. This powerful tool allows us to broaden our target audiences, maximize our effectiveness with stakeholders and be a leader in the marketplace.

Chester Britt, Arellano Associates

Amy Brooks, Knoxville Regional TPO

MetroQuest allowed us to take collect a lot of information efficiently and effectively in a very short amount of time given limited staff resources. We used MetroQuest for two separate rounds of public input over an 8-week period we heard from over 1100 people!

Amy Brooks, Knoxville Regional TPO

 

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RECENT CLIENTS

Architecture & Engineering Firms
AECOM Atkins
Golder Associates HNTB
ICF International Kimley-Horn
Kittleson McCormick Taylor
Michael Baker MMM Group
Stantec URS
Government Clients
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), CA
Broward MPO, FL
Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), IL
City of Austin, TX
City of Henderson, NV
City of Ottawa, ON
City of Toronto, ON
Georgia DOT, GA
Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization, TN
Metropolitan Washington COG, DC
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, CA
Village of Oak Park, IL
Planning Firms
ALTA Planning and Design Calthorpe Associates
City Architecture Conservation Design Forum
Design Workshop Dover Kohl
HB Lanarc LSA Associates
Nelson Nygaard Public Space
TBG Inc. Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT)
Public Engagement Firms
Adisa Arellano Associates
Cogan Owens Consensus Inc.
Dialog KDA Creative
LURA Consultants MIG
Sharp & Co. Sycamore
Swerhun The Langdon Group

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