Connect with transportation planning leaders across America and participate in thoughtful discussions about successful public engagement to better serve our communities.
MetroQuest is happy to bring back Connect the DOTs, a virtual peer-to-peer roundtable for DOT planning leaders to spark insightful dialog about community engagement in the current transportation planning landscape. This invite-only event is your opportunity to share your experiences and learn from your peers in a safe and transparent environment.
Join us on May 24th for this three-hour interactive meeting with planning experts from DOTs across the country. Our goal is to have coast-to-coast DOT representation in the roundtable dialog. You will virtually ‘meet’ your peers, respond to polls, receive real-time feedback, and have rich discussions with industry leaders.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with like-minded colleagues in this unique collaboration opportunity led by people who are just as passionate about public engagement as you are.
You don’t need to have all the answers to attend—we don’t have them either. But we all share the same integral mission: to better serve and build trust with our communities. This is an open space to not simply share solutions but explain where we are in our efforts. Through shared experiences and aspirations, we can work towards a common goal of better serving our communities.
In this event, we will discuss:
Chief Engagement Officer,
Dave is a die-hard champion of community engagement and has built a reputation for leading edge community outreach. He is an internationally-recognized speaker, author, and public engagement strategist focusing on the use of software tools to enhance community participation for planning projects. Dave is honored to serve as an advisor on best practices for public involvement to many planning agencies such as the APA, FHWA, and TRB and public participation organizations such as IAP2 and NCDD.
Connecting the DOTs Agenda
May 24, 2023 | 10:00am-1:00pm EST
Connecting the DOTs kicks off with introductions and a quick breakdown of the event!
TxDOT Case Study
Get inspired by how TxDOT engaged nearly 8,000 participants in their I-20 Corridor Study.
Metrics: Defining and Measuring Success in Public Engagement
An open discussion to share different perspectives on equitable public engagement.
Closing the Gaps: Justice40, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
An open discussion surrounding our public outreach efforts and reflect on what can be done to better serve our community.
Community Engagement Today and Tomorrow: What's working? What's not? What's next?
An open discussion on community engagement, our successes, and how to improve.
Wrap-Up & Closing
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