The course is designed to help practitioners develop a multimodal transportation system that supports desired land uses and helps them shape land uses to support the transportation system. Course lessons include the principles of transportation and land use; the processes through which transportation and land use issues can be jointly addressed; and implementation steps to ensure that transportation and land use systems are designed in a compatible, mutually supportive manner.
Primary: Mid-level State DOT employees, City and County engineers and planners, MPO staff, transit operators, Federal employees (FHWA, FTA, EPA), resource agency staff, consultants. Secondary: Elected officials, regulatory agency staff, local zoning officials, site designers, citizen activists, developers, media representatives and business leaders.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at
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