ARC Staff Presenting at May 22 FHWA-FTA Webinar

Attention transportation planning professionals:

Mark your calendars for an upcoming joint FHWA/FTA webinar on Tuesday, May 22.

The Atlanta Regional Commission’s own Land Use Division Chief Dan Reuter will be presenting on ARC’s August 2010 Peer Exchange (middle of page), sponsored by FHWA and FTA through their Transportation Planning Capacity Building (TPCB) program.

Read below for further information as advertised in a recent e-blast.

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Connect with the transportation planning community at the first in a series of Transportation Planning Information Exchange Webinars, known as The Planning Exchange, on Tuesday, May 22, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EDT.

This FREE kick-off event will introduce participants to the Transportation Planning Capacity Building Program. Learn how to access Federal resources such as peer exchanges, scenario planning workshops, innovative public involvement strategies, and more!

Click here to register now!

The Transportation Planning Capacity Building Program supports this webinar series that provides ideas and state-of-the-practice information to local, regional, State, and Tribal governments; transit operators; and community leaders in support of effective transportation decision-making in addressing the needs of their communities.

The program also supports the development of a high-performing workforce, enabling transportation professionals to make more informed decisions through training and technical assistance.

For more information about the overall Transportation Planning Capacity Building Program, visit: http://www.planning.dot.gov

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