A Citizen's Guide to Effective Participation in the Regional Transportation Planning Process is a great way to learn more about the regional transportation planning process and how you can be more effectively engaged. The short video (6:25 minutes) provides:
- An overview of what a regional transportation plan is and how it is developed
- Why it is important for the public to be involved in the planning process
- Steps to becoming engaged in the process
- Questions to ask
- How to provide effective comments
This video was produced by The Regional Transportation District in Denver, Co through a grant from the Federal Transit Administration.
This video, An Introduction to Metropolitan Transportation Planning, explains what a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is, who makes transportation decisions and how those decisions are made. It also explains the purpose of the three MPO documents: the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), the Long-Range Transportation Plan, and the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and how each is prepared.
This video is provided courtesy of the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Transit Administration, the National Highway Institute, and the National Transit Institute. Copyright 2003 FHWA.
We hope these videos provides you with important information about how you can be more involved!
Last Updated on Monday, 06 October 2014 20:22