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FHWA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND TRIBES RESEARCH - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Robideau
41:56
Chris Robideau, President, Red Plains, chris.robideau@red-plains.com
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:19:05
great presentations!
Chris Robideau
01:19:22
two excellent presentation by two pros!
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:20:27
Would love examples of the memorandums of agreements with DOTs that were mentioned!
Mike Jackson
01:21:30
We would also like to see examples of MOAs with the DOTs, Thanks
Marina Evans
01:25:02
Sorry I'm very new to Transportation. I just started this is actually my 3rd week.
Marina Evans
01:25:15
Thank you
Christy Ladd
01:25:27
A lot of Tribes do not only Transportation Planning but land use and capital projects planning. We are spread thin!
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:25:37
TTAP! LTAP!
Sheri Bozic
01:25:39
The NM State DOT employs a Tribal Liaison who has been instrumental in advocating for Tribes to obtain state funding for Tribal Transportation projects.
Marina Evans
01:26:00
Great thank you
Chris Robideau
01:26:03
If LRTP's are written well, they can leverage state specific funds. NMDOT, WSDOT, ODOT, and Caltrans have all contributed a lot to tribal projects, both Planning and Improvement type projects.
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:26:45
202(a)(9) funding transfers are also a great way to send federal funds to tribes that states agree are better delivered by Tribes.
Chris Robideau
01:27:22
Arizona DOT also support Tribes with funding if brought into the LRTP process.
Chris Robideau
01:28:28
Federal lands programs also are a good Funding source for Tribes to consider...FLAP and other federal Grants, Non TTP.
Jennifer Ashby-Camp
01:30:46
202(a)(9) transfers can experience long delays in transferring funds to tribes.
Dani S (CTUIR)
01:31:11
We've got a grant for ODOT (OR) and DLCD for a major plan update as well.
Sheri Bozic
01:32:05
The most successful projects that I have worked on are those that have strong community and leadership support. This was achieved by having many community meetings.
Dani S (CTUIR)
01:33:12
engaging youth in planning is also valuable. We have a tribal high school and their student council will be a focus group in our LRTP update.
Don Sneed
01:35:28
AzDOT also encourages/assists Tribes to work with the Regional Councils of Governments and Metropolitan Planning Organizations to identify funding and generate support for Tribal/BIA route projects.
Emmanuel James
01:36:38
Hello, great presentations! Transportation safety research is my background, and one challenge I've had in past is bridging technical/analytical findings with transportation planning/funding.
HQ Jennifer Ashby-Camp
01:37:57
We are surveying federally-recognized tribes in CA to assess the transportation planning capabilities and needs. We are trying to understand tribal members' existing knowledge of state and tribal transportation planning processes. Also the level of interest of tribal members to engage with Caltrans, regional and local governments in the early phases of long-range transportation planning.
Christy Ladd
01:39:15
Appreciate what you do at NMDOT Governor Shutiva
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:39:57
That's wonderful!
Sheri Bozic
01:41:55
Ron, you are awesome! :-)
Jared Fijalkowski
01:45:50
jared.fijalkowski@dot.gov - email me if you have a Tribe or other entity to recommend we talk to for this study. Thank you!
Chris Robideau
01:48:33
Well done Jared.
Anna Bosin Alaska DOT&PF
01:49:13
excellent session again! thank you
Emmanuel James
01:49:19
Thank you all!
Yuriko.Toro
01:49:34
Thank you, great session.
Sheri Bozic
01:49:53
Thanks so much and happy weekend!!
LeAnn Bifelt
01:49:56
Anaa Baasee'!