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TxDOT

Hear from TxDOT as we explore how the agency extends its public involvement mission via interactive engagement. Getting meaningful public involvement on transportation projects is challenging. The public are not planners … yet they care about local congestion, mobility, and safety. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how the Texas Department of Transportation embraces innovation to successfully educate and engage residents on projects at any scale.  ...

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SEMCOG

Engaging the public to support a Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is challenging for even seasons planning and public engagement teams. This unique webinar explores these challenges and presents a detailed case study and summary of best practices to help agencies achieve unprecedented community engagement results. You’ll join Trevor Layton, Christina Ignasiak, and Trevor Brydon from SEMCOG for an insider view of their brilliant approach to...

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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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Westport City bridge by building

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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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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