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Rural Transportation Technical Assistance Reports

Beginning in late 2017, the NADO Research Foundation and project partners Small Urban, Rural, and Tribal Center on Mobility (a consortium led by the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State

2017 Regional Transportation Peer Exchange Summary

The summary documents discussion themes such as evolving RTPO planning with new practices and recent successful developments; connecting transportation planning and economic resilience; funding and partnerships; opportunities and concerns from transformative innovation; and participants’ hopes and expectations for the future, as regional transportation planning organizations and their state, local, and federal partners take on new tasks and address new opportunities.

RTPO Peer Exchange Summary

The NADO Research Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of a new document summarizing a peer exchange event that occurred in fall 2016. The Regional Transportation Planning Organization Peer

Advancing Collaborative Planning: Summary of a Focus Group on Transportation and Economic Development

In March 2016, the NADO Research Foundation held a focus group, during which participants developed a framework that emphasizes doing economic development and transportation planning differently:
Economic development in transportation involves deliberate interventions to produce tangible benefits that are specific to the context, are sustained over time, and make a place more resilient.

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