Second International Conference on Access Management

TRB is cosponsoring the Second International Conference on Access Management to be held September 25-27, 2014 in Shanghai, China. A goal of the conference is to expand global understanding of access management and to share the latest research on the benefits and application of access management techniques. Abstracts are due to the conference no later than November 31, 2013 and

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CUTR Webcast Recording: Developing an Application to Measure Public Involvement

May 30, 2013, 12:00 Noon (EDT) Although public involvement is now an integral part of project development, few agencies across the country have attempted to systematically evaluate the effectiveness of their public involvement activities. What attempts have been made tended to focus on outputs (e.g. number of participants at meetings) rather than outcomes (e.g. participant satisfaction with the process). In

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CUTR Webcast Recording: Access Management – Best Practices for Local Governments

May 10, 2012 Access management is the careful planning, regulation, and design of access between roadways and land development. Through access management, local governments can help preserve the ability of area roadways to move people and goods safely and efficiently, while advancing economic development and livability goals. Effective access management involves the adoption of plans and policies governing roadway and

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CUTR Webcast Recording: Mobility Planning Strategies and Concepts

April 21, 2011 Florida’s growth management requirements have changed considerably over the years and new changes are in the works. One thing, however, hasn’t changed – the need to link land use and transportation plans to accomplish a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system that improves the quality of life in our communities. This session aims to familiarize planners with

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CUTR Webcast Recording: Organizational Structure of MPOs

November 4, 2010 This webcast presents the highlights of an 18‐month study funded by the Federal Highway Administration. Topics include the organizational structure of MPOs, staffing levels, specialization of staff, workforce turnover, and the governance of MPOs. The webcast is intended for MPO staff or others interested in MPOs, such as state DOT personnel and local government transportation planners. Participants

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Review of MPO Long Range Transportation Plans and Regional MPO Planning Activities and Products (2010)

Review of MPO Long Range Transportation Plans and Regional MPO Planning Activities and Products (2010)  The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is  updating the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP). Federal planning codes and regulations (23 USC 135(b) and (23 CFR 450.208(a)(1) and 450.214(f)) provide that statewide planning be coordinated with metropolitan planning in the state. The FDOT requested research assistance from the

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Staffing and Administrative Capacity of MPOs

Staffing and Administrative Capacity of MPOs  – This research report documents how MPOs have structured their organizations and allocated staff resources. MPO organizational structure includes administrative information like governance, host agency relationships, budgeting, and work planning. The report also addresses staffing arrangements,technical skills, use of consultant labor, and employee retention. Effective and unique practices are documented through case studies interspersed

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