Search fhwa.dot.gov

Publications

This database includes hundreds of published materials about CSS. Please enter a search term below or click on "Advanced Search." Also, be sure check out the quotes, stats & citations database!

< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>
Sort by:    ^ Name    Type    Date   
Excerpt Icon Characteristics of Effective Public Involvement Activities
Five characteristics of effective public involvement activities.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Developing Public Involvement Plans
"Certain Mn/DOT personnel are responsible for overseeing public involvement programs for specific projects, and for various types of transportation plans. For these people, developing public involvement plans is a critical task. The level of detail... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Elements of Public Involvement
Mn/Dots approach to public involvement includes seven key elements, outlined here.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Mn/DOT's Introduction to Public Involvement
Public involvement has always been part of a successful public agencys mission ... the process of soliciting, listening, and responding to what citizens and customers have to say about a public agencys plans for action can be a complicated,... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement During Construction and Operation
By the construction and operations phase of a project, "there will be a very limited ability for public participation to affect the overall outcome ... due to the nature of Mn/DOTs contracting process. Products of public involvement in this phase... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement during Detail Design and Right-of-Way Acquisition
"The next major phase is detail design and right-of-way (R/W) Acquisition. Following are questions to be addressed in this project phase as well as potential products of the final design and R/W acquisition phase."

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Guidelines
"All Mn/DOT employees are involved in some way in public involvement. Even if they do not have direct contact with citizens, their actions ultimately have an impact on how our transportation system functions and on how Mn/DOT is perceived by our... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Guidelines Summary
The following public involvement guidelines were developed to assist Mn/DOT personnel in implementing public involvement plans and activities. They reflect the mandates of ISTEA, reinforced by TEA-21, as well as public agency best practices.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement in Mn/DOT's Project Development Process
"Public involvement in project development is the process implemented to obtain public input and participation in the development of Mn/DOT construction projects from the stages of scoping to construction and operation. The key to effective public... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement: Mn/DOT Specific Experience
A chart of Mn/DOTs public involvement experience listing specific techniques to inform, involve, and get feedback from citizens, as well as specific participation techniques.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Feedback - Focus Groups
This section describes Mn/DOTs use of focus groups to gain feedback from the public on projects. "Borrowed from the marketing and advertising industry, it is a tool to gauge public opinion, identify customer concerns, needs, wants, and expectations."... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Inform - Civic Advisory Committee
This section describes Mn/DOTs formation of a Non-Traditional Transportation Stakeholders(NTTS) Committee to address the construction of a bridge on I-35 in the Twin Cities region. Includes the reasoning behind using this particular public... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Inform - Monitoring the Media
This section describes Mn/DOTs monitoring of the medias coverage of issues surrounding a corridor study. Includes the reasoning behind using this particular public involvement technique and an analysis of its usefulness.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Inform - Public Information Materials
This section describes the Mn/DOTs use of newsletters as part of the public involvement program for the Trunk Highway 14 Corridor Study. Includes the reasoning behind using this particular public involvement technique and an analysis of its... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Involve - Small Group Techniques
This section describes Mn/DOTs usage of a variety of small group techniques to involve the public in a corridor study. The techniques looked at here are: non-traditional stakeholders dialogue processes, structured public meetings, and citizen juries.... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Techniques and Resources Use
A chart showing the intensity of usage of time, money resources, and staff resources for various public involvement techniques

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Techniques in the Planning Process
This chart shows which public involvement tools and techniques have been used by Mn/DOT during various stages of the planning process.

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Techniques: Involve - Open Forums/Open Houses
This section describes Mn/DOTs use of a variety of open forums and open houses to involve the public in a corridor study. Some of the techniques looked at here are formal public meetings, open house meetings, and public hearings. Includes the... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement Technique: Special Techniques - Interactive Displays and Kiosks
This section describes Mn/DOTs use of Interactive Video Interview Stations(IVISs) - computer stations that collect statistical information on demographics and public opinion regarding issues - as a form of public involvement in transportation... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
Excerpt Icon Public Involvement: What the Public Wants
"Some clear directions emerge ... from our citizen focus groups: ... people respond to being addressed personally and politely; it works to ... provide a forum where everyone is listened to and ... afforded a response; ... people want to be given a... more

from Hear Every Voice: A Guide to Public Involvement at Mn/DOT,June 1999
info tab icon
< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >>

Feedback, questions, comments, or problems?
email info@contextsensitivesolutions.org

Copyright © 2005 Context Sensitive Solutions.org. All rights reserved.
About Us | Site Map | Privacy Policy

United States Department of Transportation - logo
Privacy Policy | Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) | Accessibility | Web Policies & Notices | No Fear Act | Report Waste, Fraud and Abuse | U.S. DOT Home |
USA.gov | WhiteHouse.gov

Federal Highway Administration | 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE | Washington, DC 20590 | 202-366-4000