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Innovative Partnerships: Silo Hopping to Engage Communities
How can we collaborate to educate, inform and involve the public? How can we work together -- across departmental and agency lines -- to engage citizens more meaningfully and efficiently? Large capital projects, especially transit projects, involve many departments, agencies and objectives. Collaborating in an intentional way helps build and strengthen communities. Explore examples of successful teamwork designed to keep the public informed, including social media tools, branding techniques, and more.
Moderator: David C Dickey Jr., AICP, Senior Vice President and National Director, Transit & Railroads, URS, Charlotte, North Carolina
Kathleen Cornett, AICP, Senior Planning Coordinator, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission, Charlotte, North Carolina
Kathryn Hansen, Manager, TOD and Land Use, SWLRT Project Office, Metro Transit, St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Liz Walton, Landscape Architect, Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, Minnesota