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people on the belmont-bridge at night

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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People walking on bridge

If you looking are you looking for effective ways to collect meaningful and constructive public input for controversial projects this webinar is for you. Watch Now Jeanette Janiczek from the City of Charlottesville with Jonathan Whitehurst and Sal Musarra from Kimley-Horn and Associates discuss their success with an innovative approach to public involvement on the contentious Belmont Bridge Replacement project. Numerous forces have combined recently to create an...

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City street with crosswalk

For local government agencies it can be a daunting task to keep track of the myriad of firms specializing in products and services to fulfill their needs. Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) understand this challenge well. That’s why they conducted an extensive voting process to compile a ranking of the Top 50 Local Government Vendors. Agencies will find a terrific assortment of online tools, community engagement...

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Washington, DC

Award-Winning Project Uses MetroQuest to Engage Their Community By 2040, the District of Columbia is projected to have more than 900,000 residents and 1 million jobs. moveDC, the District's Multimodal Long-Range Transportation Plan, is a blueprint for how the district can support tremendous growth through investments in all modes of transportation including transit, biking, walking, and driving. The American Planning Association bestowed the honor of the 2015...

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