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... 14 C H A P T E R 3 One of the most important ways to encourage collaborative action is to define and highlight the benefits that will accrue when such collaboration occurs. The definition of these benefits becomes an important part of a strategy to convince agencies and groups to participate.
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... Collaboration in Transportation Planning: The Benefits 15 Connecting Mass Transit to an On-Airport People Mover in Project: Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles County has been cited for a best practice for airport–surface transportation planning [e.g., ACRP Report 4: Ground Access to Major Airports by Public Transportation (MarketSense Consulting LLC et al., 2008)
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... 16 Guidebook for Assessing Collaborative Planning Efforts Among Airport and Public Planning Agencies In fact, the MPO may be in a position to act as a broker between the airport and surrounding cities and counties or city and county transportation planning agencies, as well as between the airport and certain groups such as local residents affected by noise issues. The MPO's (as well as other surface transportation planning agencies')
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... Collaboration in Transportation Planning: The Benefits 17 planning regional transit and development projects in the west of the metro area. The airport engagement in planning with local communities was critical in improving the perception of the airport among local constituents.

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