• Business
  • Published 2001

Managing Change in State Departments of Transportation Scan 7 of 8: Innovations in Public-Public Partnering and Relationship Building in State DOTs

@inproceedings{Ford2001ManagingCI,
  title={Managing Change in State Departments of Transportation Scan 7 of 8: Innovations in Public-Public Partnering and Relationship Building in State DOTs},
  author={Mark L. Ford},
  year={2001}
}
A wide variety of partnerships among state departments of transportation (DOTs); other state, local, and federal agencies; and public stakeholders are improving project and program delivery and increasing efficiency across agency or jurisdictional lines. Promising areas for partnering include achieving environmental streamlining, rationalizing state-local maintenance responsibilities, and joint community problem solving. Examination of successful partnerships and relationships identifies common… CONTINUE READING

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