Developing Public Support for Transportation and Mobility: A Guidebook
In Spring 2007, members of the Advisory Council of the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute (UGPTI) in North Dakota became concerned about the lack of public participation in decisions affecting transportation policy, planning, and funding. The Advisory Council, composed of representatives of industries and agencies with a stake in the state's transportation system, knew that North Dakota's transportation system--its roads, public transit services, airports, freight and passenger rail--is crucial to the economic health of the state and the well-being of every citizen of North Dakota.
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