Overview of the Statewide Public Involvement Process
Public participation is a critical element in developing the Regional and Statewide transportation plans. Public participation provides an opportunity for citizens to gain a fundamental understanding of the regional and statewide transportation planning process and participate in long-range transportation plan development.
If you are interested in participating in public involvement activities or having your name added to our mailing list, please e-mail Aaron Willis at email@example.com and provide us your name, e-mail address and mailing address. Or contact Aaron via phone at: 303-512-4019.
Guide to the Transportation Planning and Programming Public Involvement Process
CDOT- Division of Transportation Development has recently developed a Guide to the Transportation Planning and Programming Public Involvement Process. This document is now available for public review and comment period. This document provides overarching public involvement guidance and satisfies the federal requirement that the Department provide a process for public involvement in the development of the long-range statewide transportation plan and the STIP in accordance with §450.210 (2) Code of Federal Regulations.
Please review and provide comments on this documented process. This document is located at the link provided below and a hard copy can be mailed upon request. Comments can be made during the 45-day public comment period using the online comment submission form, e-mail, or mail. All comments are due by June 5, 2013. Please direct any comments or questions to Aaron Willis.
Colorado Tribal Coordination Plan
Colorado is home to two federally recognized sovereign Tribal Nations: the Southern Ute Indian and Ute Mountain Ute. CDOT adheres to federal regulations (23 CFR 450), which establish consultation requirements with Tribal Nations for statewide planning and programming. Working to further solidify the outreach commitment to Tribal Nations, CDOT developed a documented process for consulting with the Tribes. This documented process is available by clicking here.
Project Locator (ProLo) is a geographic web-based application that contains detailed information about 2035 Statewide Transportation Plan corridors and Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) projects. An interactive map is available for users to search and locate corridors and projects throughout Colorado.
To access Project Locator web application, click here.
For questions or information on the Project Locator web application, email Aaron Willis .
For technical assistance, click here.
Non‐Metropolitan Local Officials Consultation Process
In accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations under section Title 23 §450.210(b), CDOT has developed a documented process for consulting with non‐metropolitan local officials representing units of general purpose local government and/or local officials with responsibility for transportation. This process is a separate public involvement process that allows local officials the opportunity to fully participate in the development of the long-range statewide transportation plan and Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). To obtain a copy of the Non‐Metropolitan Local Officials Consultation Process click on the link below.
CDOT Planning Section
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