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Matching Resources

  1. MassDOT Annual Performance Report

    MassDOT's Performance and Accountability Tracker, which reports on the department's performance throughout the fiscal year.

  2. FDOT Legislative Briefing Documents

    This project won an honorable mention in the 2012 John and Jane Public Competition. From TRB Committee ADA 60: Florida Department of Transportation created the Legislative Briefing Documents in 2010 with the goal of informing Florida’s Legislators about the major transportation investments in their respective districts. The project originally started as a document for just one legislator, but became so popular because of its effectiveness, that an individual and unique Legislative Briefing Document is now made for each of Florida’s 40 Senators and 120 Representatives on an annual basis.
  3. June 1, 2015

    Making Measures Resonate with Local Officials

  4. July 23, 2010

    Pure Michigan: Pure Pothole Hell

    A short, humorous video illustrating the need to address potholes in Michigan. The video ends by urging viewers to sign a petition and contact their local lawmakers regarding transportation infrastructure. The video was produced by a coalition which advocates for improved transportation infrastructure in Michigan.

  5. Reporting progress

  6. Opening for business

  7. Funding choices

  8. Telling the story

  9. Educating the public

  10. August 1, 2014

    Connecting Data, Connecting People: A Tool for Evaluating and Scoring Planned Projects

    This tool was created for TxDOT to assist the department's various departments, divisions and offices in managing and prioritizing projects. A scoring system was created for personnel to evaluate projects based on funding availability, project phasing and readiness, and how it fits within the department's strategic goals. The results inform future investments based on consistent assessment metrics, assisting decisions made by the legislature, department leadership, and state and local stakeholders