Public Involvement to Support Planning and Environment Linkages in Rural and Small Metropolitan Areas
Describes strategies to increase public input when planning transportation projects in rural and tribal areas that may have an environmental or social impact on the community. Discusses ways to incorporate feedback from underserved and culturally diverse groups, including Native American, immigrant, and refugee populations.
Carrie Kissel, Rachel Beyerle, Ciara Ristig
NADO Research Foundation, National Association of Development Organizations
American Indian or Alaska Native · Community engagement and volunteerism · Culture and cultural competency · Environmental health · Infrastructure · Transportation
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