- June 29, 2018
In an effort to educate and inform Missourians on the current status and future direction of their transportation system, the Citizen’s Guide to Transportation Funding takes the complex issues of the state’s transportation revenue, expenditures, system condition and unfunded needs and explains them in clear and easy-to-understand terms.
- May 1, 2017
MoDOT Results is a website and accompanying report addressing Missouri DOT's performance from 2007-2016 across dimensions of accountability, innovation, and efficiency. Both the website and the report incorporate infographics, and other images to portray the agency's performance in non-technical terms, suitable for a general-public audience.
A dashboard that provides information about the performance of the MBTA to ensure transparency and accountability.
A dashboard providing information and data to the public on the highway system performance under the jurisdiction of the Maricopa Association of Governments.
MassDOT's Performance and Accountability Tracker, which reports on the department's performance throughout the fiscal year.
The MDSHA Mobility and Economy Dashboard, presented by Sutapa Samanta at the ABC30 committee meeting at TRB 2017.
Missouri DOT's Economic Impact Analysis brings together a series of economic impact analyses to communicate the effects of highway projects on the state economy across all assets.
- June 6, 2016
The VTransparency public information portal is a web app populated with data from across the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans). Data include bridge inspections and planned closures, pavement conditions, work history, and planned work by segment, upcoming construction projects, and more.
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.
This internal newsletter won a Division 2 Publication Award in the 2015 TransComm Skills Contest. The newsletter is published seasonally and includes updates on DOT activities and personnel.
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