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Research and Engagement Process
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... Synthesis of visioning and Review of more than 3 dozen scenario planning processes, including examples led by state DOTs, scenario planning initiatives metropolitan planning organizations, and local governments, as well as outside of the transportation related to transportation sector. Review of available literature Prior Transportation Research Board (TRB)
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... PRACTICE DESCRIPTION VISIONING PROCESS 1. Bring the right Start with a broad set of participants from the public, Extensive engagement with state DOT leaders, people to the private, and civic sectors.
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... 1915–1956: The Automobility Wave -- increasing population of the automobile; early state and road building efforts that were uneven, disparate, and often disconnected; modest post–World War I federal program focused on post roads and farm-to-market links; development of parkways to support recreational driving and use of tolls to support roads, bridges, and tunnels in some states. Building the National Highway 1956–1965: The National Network Wave -- rapid growth in the post–World War II economy and Network -- 1956–1975 increasing suburbanization with increased dependence on the automobile; enactment of the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act and initial development of the Interstate Highway System as a state-federal partnership; federal legislation requiring the designation of metropolitan planning organizations (MPO)
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... The United States is exposed to a growing • Trade and logistics. The global economy will continue to grow over range of risks, including extreme weather and climate trends, the next decade, increasing market opportunities and competition public health emergencies, cross-border flows of invasive species, 6
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... The scenarios help participants gain foresight into what could happen and consider how to best prepare. More than three dozen recent scenario planning processes were reviewed, including examples led by state DOTs, MPOs, and local Shaded states represent origin of examples of statewide governments, as well as initiatives from outside of the transportation scenario planning processes.
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... TABLE 5 State DOTs Represented in Initial Interviews with Agency Leadership Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Missouri Department of Transportation California State Transportation Agency Nevada Department of Transportation Delaware Department of Transportation New Hampshire Department of Transportation Georgia Department of Transportation New Jersey Department of Transportation Hawaii Department of Transportation North Carolina Department of Transportation Iowa Department of Transportation North Dakota Department of Transportation Kansas Department of Transportation Ohio Department of Transportation Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Maine Department of Transportation Texas Department of Transportation Massachusetts Department of Transportation Utah Department of Transportation Michigan Department of Transportation Washington State Department of Transportation Minnesota Department of Transportation West Virginia Department of Transportation 8
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... Martin County, Florida Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Memphis River Parks Partnership Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Miami-Dade County, Florida City-Fi National Center of Disability Rights Cognizant Center for the Future of Work National Conference of State Legislatures Columbus Partnership National Resources Defense Council Connected Vehicle Trade Association North Carolina State University Cornell Tech PolicyLink Dartmouth College Rocky Mountain Institute Equitable Cities, Inc. Southeast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Soy Transportation Coalition Google Space Florida Governing Magazine The Nature Conservancy Henderson, Nevada The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute of Human and Machine Cognition United for ALICE Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Weyerhaeuser The key themes of these interviews are summarized below.


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