TRANSPLEX: Public Involvement Performance Measures

APA Florida, Capital Area Section


Tuesday, October 11, 2011
noon - 1 p.m. EDT

Orlando, FL, United States

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The effectiveness of carefully planned public involvement efforts is often difficult to measure. This lunchbox cafe outlines research that has identified performance measurement indicators appropriate for public involvement efforts. By developing an integrated data collection and analysis tool, the process of measuring the effectiveness of public involvement efforts comes within arm's reach. The session includes a walkthrough of features that are currently being developed as part of a data collection and analysis software tool. Participants will learn about appropriate indicators to measure the effectiveness of public involvement activities as well as the possibility of using software technology to facilitate recording data and calculating results. This webinar would be of interest to any planner wishing to quantify the effects of a public involvement project.

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Jeff Kramer

Confirmed Speaker

Mr. Kramer, AICP, is a Senior Research Associate with the USF CUTR. His research primarily focuses on public involvement and MPO policy, planning, and processes. He has published numerous papers and articles on various aspects of transportation planning, including a paper presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the Transportation ... Read More

Domenick Pontoriero

Confirmed Speaker

Mr. Pontoriero is a graduate research assistant with the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa. His undergraduate work in Management Information Systems and current graduate studies in Urban Planning led him to work on the Public Involvement Performance Measurement Tool. His ... Read More