Last Modified: December 03, 2008

Every project has to be reviewed in order to determine the best solution to a given situation and set of conditions. This holds true for how the proposed project impacts a community or the environment.

CSS Contact:

Terry Keller 
South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT)
700 East Broadway Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501-2586
(605) 773-3721

DOT Website:


Policies & Legislation:
SDDOT incorporates CSS into the design process for both rural and urban projects.
Other Public Involvement Techniques:

Depending on the project and number of people impacted, the Department holds additional meetings either in large group formats or in smaller and sometimes individual meetings with stake holders.

CSS Projects (in addition to those listed as Case Studies on this site):
  • NH 0016(26)40 Pennington Co. PCEMS 0564 – Grading, Structures, Curb & Gutter, Storm Sewer, Lighting, Signals and Surfacing
    This project entailed several public meetings and mitigation of CBD parking and historic lighting in the CBD
    Contact: Joel W. Gengler
  • P-BRF 0385(14)115 Lawrence Co. PCEMS 0566 – Grading, Structures, Roadway Lighting and Surfacing
    This project included stream relocation, local residential impacts and numerous utility issues.
    Contact: Joel W. Gengler
CSS Training:

We have sent Approximately 30 Design Staff and Environmental Staff to CSS training at Meetings Northwest, and North Dakota sponsored training by University of Kentucky Transportation Center.

Last Modified: December 03, 2008

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