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transportation planning capacity building

Transportation PlanningCapacity Building

Indiana MPO Conference

October 15-17, 2003

what is transportation planning capacity building
What is Transportation Planning Capacity Building?

Mission

Support effective transportation planning in state, metropolitan, rural and tribal settings. Assist decision-makers, transportation officials and staff resolve the increasingly complex issues they face when addressing transportation needs in their communities.

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Transportation Planning Capacity Building

Focus Areas

To improve these types of planning:

  • Asset Management
  • Cost Estimation
  • CSS/CSD
  • Financial Planning
  • Freight
  • Human & Natural Environment
  • Intermodal
  • Land Use
  • Models
  • New MPOs/Boundaries
  • Operations
  • Planning Performance Measures
  • Programming process
  • Public Involvement
  • Safety
  • Security
  • State Consultation
  • Systems Planning

Partners & Audiences

Tools

  • Metropolitan
  • Statewide
  • Rural and Local Communities
  • Tribal
  • FHWA/FTA
  • State DOTs
  • MPOs
  • Public Transport. Providers
  • Tribal Governments
  • Rural Officials
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Elected Officials
  • City DOTs
  • County DOTs
  • Businesses
  • Public
  • Technical Assistance
  • Peer Exchange
  • Scans
  • Case Studies
  • Effective Practices
  • Expert Panels
  • Deployment
  • Internet
  • Publications
  • Videos
  • Training
  • NHI/NTI
  • Short Courses
  • Workshops
program objectives
Program Objectives
  • Easy to find answers to transportation planning questions
  • Responsive to practitioner needs
  • Flexible approaches
  • Peer-to-peer networking
  • Commitment to continued learning
relationship to oversight and research
Relationship to Oversight and Research
  • Oversight identifies the needs.
  • Researchdevelops solutions.
  • Capacity Building is the delivery apparatus.

It also returns perspectives, ideas and concerns from stakeholder outreach.

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Transportation Planning Capacity Building

Focus Areas

To improve these types of planning:

  • Asset Management
  • Cost Estimation
  • CSS/CSD
  • Financial Planning
  • Freight
  • Human & Natural Environment
  • Intermodal
  • Land Use
  • Models
  • New MPOs/Boundaries
  • Operations
  • Planning Performance Measures
  • Programming process
  • Public Involvement
  • Safety
  • Security
  • State Consultation
  • Systems Planning

Partners & Audiences

Tools

  • Metropolitan
  • Statewide
  • Rural and Local Communities
  • Tribal
  • FHWA/FTA
  • State DOTs
  • MPOs
  • Public Transport. Providers
  • Tribal Governments
  • Rural Officials
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Elected Officials
  • City DOTs
  • County DOTs
  • Businesses
  • Public
  • Technical Assistance
  • Peer Exchange
  • Scans
  • Case Studies
  • Effective Practices
  • Expert Panels
  • Deployment
  • Internet
  • Publications
  • Videos
  • Training
  • NHI/NTI
  • Short Courses
  • Workshops
program audiences
Program Audiences
  • Decision Makers
  • Staff
  • Non-Metropolitan Local Officials
  • Tribal Government Officials
  • Others
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Transportation Planning Capacity Building

Focus Areas

Toimprove these types of planning:

  • Asset Management
  • Cost Estimation
  • CSS/CSD
  • Financial Planning
  • Freight
  • Human & Natural Environment
  • Intermodal
  • Land Use
  • Models
  • New MPOs/Boundaries
  • Operations
  • Planning Performance Measures
  • Programming process
  • Public Involvement
  • Safety
  • Security
  • State Consultation
  • Systems Planning

Partners & Audiences

Tools

  • Metropolitan
  • Statewide
  • Rural and Local Communities
  • Tribal
  • FHWA/FTA
  • State DOTs
  • MPOs
  • Public Transport. Providers
  • Tribal Governments
  • Rural Officials
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Elected Officials
  • City DOTs
  • County DOTs
  • Businesses
  • Public
  • Technical Assistance
  • Peer Exchange
  • Scans
  • Case Studies
  • Effective Practices
  • Expert Panels
  • Deployment
  • Internet
  • Publications
  • Videos
  • Training
  • NHI/NTI
  • Short Courses
  • Workshops
focus areas
Focus Areas
  • Determined from:
    • Stakeholder outreach meetings
      • Metropolitan
      • Statewide
      • Rural
    • Customer Feedback
      • Program Evaluations
      • Individual Contact
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Transportation Planning Capacity Building

Focus Areas

To improve these types of planning:

  • Asset Management
  • Cost Estimation
  • CSS/CSD
  • Financial Planning
  • Freight
  • Human & Natural Environment
  • Intermodal
  • Land Use
  • Models
  • New MPOs/Boundaries
  • Operations
  • Planning Performance Measures
  • Programming process
  • Public Involvement
  • Safety
  • Security
  • State Consultation
  • Systems Planning

Partners & Audiences

Tools

  • Metropolitan
  • Statewide
  • Rural and Local Communities
  • Tribal
  • FHWA/FTA
  • State DOTs
  • MPOs
  • Public Transport. Providers
  • Tribal Governments
  • Rural Officials
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Elected Officials
  • City DOTs
  • County DOTs
  • Businesses
  • Public
  • Technical Assistance
  • Peer Exchange
  • Scans
  • Case Studies
  • Effective Practices
  • Expert Panels
  • Deployment
  • Internet
  • Publications
  • Videos
  • Training
  • NHI/NTI
  • Short Courses
  • Workshops
publications
Publications
  • Metropolitan Planning Process Briefing Book
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • A Citizen’s Guide to Transportation Decisionmaking
  • Planning for Transportation in Rural Areas
  • Community Impact Assessment
  • Public Involvement
  • Environmental Streamlining
  • Transportation Conformity: A Basic Guide for State and Local Officials
training courses and workshops
Training Courses and Workshops
  • Metropolitan Planning
  • Statewide Planning
  • Public Involvement
  • Linking Planning and NEPA
  • Integrating Freight in the Transportation Planning Process
  • Travel Demand Forecasting
  • Administration of FHWA Planning Grants
  • Fundamentals of Title VI/Env. Justice
  • Air Quality Monitoring
technical resources
Technical Resources
  • New MPO case studies
  • Public involvement evaluation case studies
  • Dynamics of on-street parking (with NYU)
  • Talking Freight Series
  • Planning Studies: Flex funding, Transit Operators
  • Transportation and Land Use Scan
the peer programs
The Peer Programs
  • Forum for sharing ideas & noteworthy practices.
  • Strengthens transportation planning practices.
  • Builds relationships & reinforces cooperation between agencies.
  • Designed to meet specific needs of a region, State, or locality.
peer program services
Peer Program Services
  • Peer-to-Peer Site Visits
  • Roundtables
  • Workshops
  • Topic-specific forums
peer programs topics to date
Peer Programs Topics to Date
  • Financial Planning, Denver, CO,
  • Management and Operations, Washington, DC
  • Land Use and Transportation Models, Tucson, AZ
  • Public Transportation in the Planning Process, Baltimore, MD
  • Rural transportation planning, Indianapolis, IN
  • Context Sensitive Solutions/Context Sensitive Design in Large Central Cities, New York, NY
  • Transportation and Land Use, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Freight in the Planning Process, Philadelphia, PA
  • Others
how to apply
How To Apply
  • An individual MPO, State DOT, transit agency, or tribal organization may apply.
  • FHWA Division/FTA Regional Offices may apply on behalf of an agency.
  • Application and instructions are located on the Peer Programs Page at www.planning.dot.gov.
  • Roles and Responsibilities Fact Sheet & Peer Program brochure for more information.
peer program policies
Peer Program Policies
  • FHWA Division/FTA Regional Offices are encouraged to work cooperatively.
  • FHWA Divisions and FTA Regional Offices are responsible for coordinating logistics etc., in cooperation with the agency seeking assistance.
upcoming peer programs
Upcoming Peer Programs
  • Community Impact Assessment, Indianapolis, IN
  • MPO Regional Coordination, Gettysburg, PA
  • Performance Measurement Roundtable, Washington, DC
  • Safety and Security in the Planning Process, Washington, DC
  • Land Use, Transit, Livability, Atlanta, GA
peer program coordinators
Peer Program Coordinators
  • FHWA: Sherry Ways, (202) 366-1587
  • FTA: Carolyn Mulvihill, (202) 366-2258
www planning dot gov1
www.planning.dot.gov

Brief introduction to

planning area

program.

Related information

broken down by

subject areas,

resources,

publications, and

programs.

tpcb peer programs
TPCB – Peer Programs
  • Available Online:
  • About the Peer Program
  • Program Application
  • Peer Exchange Reports
  • Peer Events and more…
www planning dot gov2
www.planning.dot.gov

Calendar

of Events

  • Training & Education
  • Training Courses
  • Academic Institutions
  • Educational Papers
  • Transportation Data
  • Resources

Related

Web Sites

Field

Contacts

upcoming technical information
Upcoming Technical Information
  • Transportation and Land Use: national scan report; transportation, land use, physical activity report
  • Financial planning: national scan report, plain language brochure on transportation finance basics
  • Systems Planning
  • Land Use and Economic Development
  • Transit Supportive Land Use Development
  • Operations and Planning Support – Case Studies and Primer
  • Integrating Transportation, Land Use and Public Health
  • Rural Transportation
other capacity building programs
Other Capacity Building Programs
  • Travel Model Improvement Program (TMIP)
    • Mike Culp, 202-366-9229
  • Freight Professional Development Program (FPD)
    • Scott Johnson, 202-366-9498
  • ITS Professional Capacity Building
    • Ron Giguere, 202-366-2203
for more information
For More Information
  • www.planning.dot.gov
  • Charlie Goodman @ (202) 366-1944

[email protected]

[email protected]

  • Effie Stallsmith @ (202) 366-5653

[email protected]

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