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ACTT A "How To" Guide for State Highway Agencies
ACTT Now: Planning your ACTT Workshop
Selecting the Corridor
Typically, factors considered in the selection of ACTT projects include:
Setting Corridor Goals and Scope
Step 1: Identify the overall corridor goals and objectives, such as:
These goals will be revisited later. They are very broad at this stage: challenges to the teams. They are local goals meeting local needs.
Step 2: Determine specific customers, including the public, property owners, business owners, police, fire, other emergency services and the range of stakeholders - and their expectations.
Step 3: Describe how this corridor (project) would be built under "normal" circumstances; this assessment will serve as a control or baseline from which to measure results.
Step 4: Capture potential impacts under normal circumstances on the traveling public, businesses, the environment, development work, emergency services and other stakeholders.
Evaluating the Workshop Budget
Budgetary items may include:
Initial visits to the host State by ACMT members (1 or 2 team members; FHWA funding) to:
Workshop Implementation (host State funding): The workshop may be conducted at a State DOT training center or a hotel.
Facility requirements include: