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Transportation agencies of all kinds, from DOTs to MPOs and transit agencies, face many challenges when it comes to public involvement. This new webinar recording showcases three case studies that together create a framework for successful online community engagement that can be easily followed by others. You’ll learn about a creative county, an innovative MPO, and a leading transportation planning firm who collaborated to engage 12,000 residents...

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Get the key takeaways and discover new insights from 34 sessions on public engagement at APA NPC18! Did you miss some of the 34 fabulous sessions on public participation at APA's 2018 National Planning Conference in New Orleans? This fast paced 30-minute webinar features insights from three planning veterans freshly back from the conference.   Join Michelle Nance AICP, Planning Director at Centralina Council of Governments,...

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We had so many great questions from the webinar that it may take us a few days to answer them all. We will be adding to this blog as we answer more questions, so please feel free to check back to see more Q&A. Does MetroQuest have case studies and examples of how they have implemented some of these strategies on any commuter rail and railroad...

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A recipe for 5-star public engagement – how to find common desires and build a winning plan! When it comes to urban and transportation planning, motivated groups with competing demands often emerge in community outreach efforts. In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn how online community engagement can help find common ground to build a plan that citizens will support. Mark Evans, Principal of Urban Design at BartonPartners,...

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Belmont Engagement They said they had 3,500+ touch points and 30,500+ data points. How did they count these and did it include the website unique views? The touch points included participation in public meetings, committee meetings (which were open to the public), the MetroQuest survey, and the website unique views. The data points were calculated as part of the analysis and summary of the engagement activities. Would have liked...

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