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Collaboration , Consultation, and Partnership in Transportation Planning

Case Studies of State, MPO, and Tribal Coordination in Transportation Planning

This series of case studies focuses on innovative consultation practices between tribes, States, and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) within the transportation planning process. It includes six case studies that highlight a range of practices implemented by tribal and non-tribal governments to advance tribal consultation in statewide and metropolitan transportation planning. The case studies describe current practices, the outcomes of these approaches, and lessons learned.

The Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration thank the following members of the Tribal Technical Working Group (TTWG) who contributed to the concept, design and final reporting of this series of tribal transportation planning case studies. These members are:

Additionally, we would like to thank ICF Consulting, Inc. and our Federal partners:

For further questions on these case studies contact Ken Petty, FHWA Office of Planning at

Updated: 10/20/2015
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