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Sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration

Location:
Binghamton, New York
Date:
June 3, 2004
Exchange Host Agency:
Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study, Broome County
Exchange Participants:
Broome County
Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments
City of Binghamton
Elmira-Chemung Transportation Council
Federal Highway Administration, New York Division Office
Federal Highway Administration, Office of Planning
Federal Highway Administration Resource Center
Greater Buffalo Niagara Regional Transportation Council
Herkimer Oneida Counties Transportation Study
New York State Department of Transportation, Region 9
Town of Owego
Town of Vestal
US DOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Village of Johnson City

Summary

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The following report summarizes a Peer Workshop on tools and effective practices for scenario planning. The Exchange was coordinated and supported by FHWA. The Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study (BMTS) hosted this one-day forum in Binghamton, New York. The objective of the forum was to provide participants with an overview of the scenario planning process, share examples of scenario planning efforts from elsewhere in the country, describe available resources and tools to assist with scenario planning analysis, and to brainstorm ideas for the Binghamton region.

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