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Delivering Complex Projects: The Coordination Component
Urban transit projects -- with their linear nature -- involve multiple jurisdictions, neighborhoods and private sector interests. Effectively moving projects through construction and operations requires considerable coordination and collaboration, particularly in today's financially constrained, politically-charged climate. Getting it right can mean the difference between waiting an entire generation to open your next major transit project. Learn the key strategies and methods behind three successfully implemented projects -- in Minneapolis; Charlotte; and Portland. Hear three perspectives from an owner/operator, from the key local partner jurisdiction and from the regional/political point of view. Strategies and specific components of cross-jurisdictional coordination? Creative problem-solving techniques? You'll get it all here!
Moderator: Shellie Ginn, Administrator, Department of Transportation, City of Tucson, Arizona
Andrew Mock, Assistant Project Manager, Charlotte Area Transit System, Charlotte, North Carolina
Jim McDonough, Chair, Ramsey County Board of Commissioners, St. Paul, Minnesota
Jean Senechal Biggs, Project Manager, Bureau of Transportation, City of Portland, Oreg