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Lesson 7 for Grad Course on CSS (from UTCM Report #08-14-03 "Making Mobility Improvements a Community Asset: Transportation Improvements Using Context-Sensitive Solutions")

Lesson 7 for Grad Course on CSS (from UTCM Report #08-14-03 "Making Mobility Improvements a Community Asset: Transportation Improvements Using Context-Sensitive Solutions")

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  • Why should we provide context sensitive solutions? Best meet needs and opportunities Obtain stakeholder acceptance compatible with local valuesWhere does CSS apply? Everywhere
  • Additional point – both the sponsoring agencies and the project team need to have the same disciplines to properly create and review the work done and to obtain the approvals needed.Ask how the project manager will know which disciplines to put on project team. Answer: it is based on project definition and scoping, as determined from needs, objectives, issues, opportunities.
  • Provide some examples (e.g., what would it be in the local community with a local or state project).

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  • 1. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationClass 7 Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design Creating a CSS Project • What does it take? • Who does it? • Why? 1
  • 2. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationWhat is… Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design •Context •Sensitive •Solutions 2
  • 3. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationWhat is CSS? Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design •Context – Surroundings – Activities – Facilities – Development – Natural resources 3
  • 4. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationWhat is CSS? Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design •Sensitive – Compatible – Supportive – Responsive • Needs • Opportunities • Values 4
  • 5. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationWhat is CSS? Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design •Solutions – Project – Modes – Enhancements – Mitigation – Implementation 5
  • 6. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationDiscussion Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design • Why should we provide context sensitive solutions? • Where does CSS apply? 6
  • 7. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationHow Do We Achieve CSS? Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design • Collaborative approach – Agencies – Other stakeholders • Multidisciplinary team • Effective decision making and implementation • Consistent with community values • Sensitive to environment • Safe • Financially feasible 7
  • 8. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationStakeholders – Who? Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design• Sponsoring agency(s)• Adjacent property owners, renters• Users• Transportation service providers• Local officials – elected, appointed• Staff of affected agencies – state, region, local• Funding agencies• Regulatory agencies (e.g., environmental resource)• Local organizations – neighborhood, business• Interest and advocacy groups 8
  • 9. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationSteps Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design (insert project development diagram) 9
  • 10. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationSteps Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design• Problem definition/project idea• Identify stakeholders• Create responsive process – Objectives, needs – Issues, opportunities Project• Develop alternatives development• Screen alternatives process• Refine remaining alternatives• Evaluate alternatives• Select preferred alternative• Design 10
  • 11. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationMultidisciplinary Teams Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design• Planners – transportation, land use, economic• Travel forecasters - modelers• Transportation engineers – applicable modes• Environmental specialists – manager, impact categories• Public involvement specialists• Communications specialists• Visualization specialists• Financial analysts• Funding expert …as applicable 11
  • 12. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationDecision Process Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design • Who decides? • What will be the process? • Who is consulted? • Inputs from stakeholders, technical team 12
  • 13. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationDecision Points (Typical) Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design • Project development process to be used • Project definition – needs, objectives, issues, * scope • Project development milestones • Initial alternatives • Alternatives for refinement * Required • Additional • Evaluation – * environmental, other • * Preferred alternative • * Record of decision (if NEPA) • * Recommended design 13
  • 14. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationSummary Planning, Environmental Analysis and DesignTo be CSS• Collaborative• Responsive• Compatible• Multidisciplinary• Multimodal• Safe• Financially feasible 14
  • 15. Context Sensitive Solutions in TransportationTerm Project Questions Planning, Environmental Analysis and Design (insert aerial photo or map for referencing student questions) 15