Complex Issues in Multimodal Planning

Posted on: June 15th, 2016 by Carrie Kissel

At this session of the 2016 National Regional Transportation Conference, participants learned from practitioners about regional planning studies that incorporate multiple modes, involve extensive public and stakeholder engagement, and grapple with complex environmental and other issues. Panelists discussed planning processes and mobility concerns arising at the large-scale regional level identified through extensive public engagement, as well as for a corridor within a rural community.

Ann Stroobant, Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments (NC)

Stacy Morrison, Tennessee Department of Transportation & Jonathan Russell, Tennessee Department of Transportation

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