Author: Dave Biggs

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If you're looking for cost-effective ways to engage the public for Long Range Transportation Planning (LRTP) projects this webinar is for you. Mastering Online Public Engagement for LRTPs Thursday, December 7 11 am Pacific | 12 pm Mountain | 1 pm Central | 2 pm Eastern Register Now Join Bob Brendal from the Missouri Department of Transportation and Maggie Doll from Burns & McDonnell as they speak...

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Watch Webinar Recording About the Webinar Government agencies frequently ask how they can get the best results from online community engagement. This webinar presents a visual tour of the strategies that agencies of all sizes can use to achieve unprecedented levels of participation, informed public input and actionable results. Whether you are interested in trying online engagement for the first time or are already a power user,...

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Watch Dave's PK Slam The highlight of the Rail~Volution conference every year is the rowdy and exciting PK Slam event and this year was no exception. A standing room only audience packed the History Colorado Center on the evening of September 19th for a series of carefully selected rapid fire presentations. The presentations must follow the Pecha Kucha format which is limited to 20 slides that...

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Many thanks for all you do to improve our transportation systems After 20+ years of urban and transportation planning and, in particular, community engagement, I know how challenging and worthwhile it is to work in this field. After examining over 250 case studies we're pleased to share some important lessons learned about the ingredients of a successful project. As a thank you for attending Rail~Volution I've...

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Have you ever done a PechaKucha presentation? It’s a unique twist on the traditional PowerPoint. Presenters are limited to 20 slides and the slides advance automatically every 20 seconds, ready or not! The result is a 7-minute whirlwind. There are inevitable moments of humor and the pace is energizing. I did my first one recently at an evening hosted by the International Association for Public Participation...

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