The NADO Research Foundation’s 2020 report on Rural and Small Metropolitan Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Case Studies will be featured in a U.S. Department of Transportation
July 28, 2020 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. EDT: Welcome and Opening Session: RPO America and National RPO Council of Peers Business Meeting and Policy Update (Session Room
Using information from dozens of regional planning and development organizations and their partners, the report suggests a framework for considering economic resilience and the input of economic development stakeholders throughout a performance-based planning process.
The summary documents discussion themes such as evolving RTPO planning with new practices and recent successful developments; connecting transportation planning and economic resilience; opportunities and concerns from transformative innovation; and more.
On April 21, 2017, the NADO Research Foundation held the free webinar Access vs. Isolation: Preserving Rail Connectivity. As regional economies change over time, the
The peer exchange summary covers discussion of a small group of regional transportation planners and state Department of Transportation planning staff, as well as engagement with a larger and diverse group of professionals attending the summit Moving Rural America.
Regional Rural Transportation Planning: State Models for Local Consultation, Regional Coordination, and Regional Transportation Planning Organizations
This new report presents information on the structures, membership, tasks, and funding for regional organizations conducting rural transportation planning work in about 30 states.
Planning for Transportation Together: Collaborating to Address Transportation and Economic Resilience
Across the nation, state agencies and regional planning and development organizations are working together and with other partners to create jobs, improve access to employment, education, and essential services, and to advance quality of life in communities and regions.