- June 11-12, 2019 – Fort Worth, Texas
To be considered for this workshop, please fill out the application questionnaire by 5:00pm ET on Monday, April 8, 2019. A review panel will consider your application. You will be notified via email whether you have been accepted, and the registration information will be emailed to you.
This two-day direct delivery workshop incorporates case study based discussions and activities so participants can consider new approaches to apply Environmental Justice (EJ) best practices in their communities. Discussions will focus on examples of best practices from the field.The course will examine data development strategies and effective implementation of equity considerations during transportation planning, and implementation of EJ principles in environmental review documentation.Concepts covered in the advanced course include, but not limited to:
- Identifying the merits of proposed projects based on the equity goals and performance metrics for EJ,
- Assessing impacts in majority-minority communities and utilizing reference communities in project development analysis, and
- Appropriately addressing the “totality of circumstances” when assessing whether projects will have a disproportionately high and adverse effect on EJ communities.
Participants are required to:
This workshop is geared for practitioners who have five (5) or more years of experience in transportation planning, and have worked on NEPA documents. Staff from MPOs, state DOTs, and transit agencies who are responsible for implementing Environmental Justice principles in transportation planning and project delivery will benefit from this highly interactive and informative workshop.
Length: 2 Days
- $600.00 for Consulting, Contractor, Non-Profit (USA only), Non-USA Transportation or Government Agency, Other.
- Free for all others.
Barbara Van Dyke