As part of the planning process, federal and state laws require MetroPlan Orlando to have a public involvement program to ensure that the community is given a reasonable opportunity to comment on plans prior to adoption. The Public Involvement Plan includes objectives, strategies and measurement tools for the program.
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The outreach process is continuous, cooperative, and coordinated. In addition, the Public Involvement Plan is organized to work in concert with our Title VI Plan and Limited English Proficiency Plan.
By directing efforts through the structure of a public involvement program, MetroPlan Orlando provides an aggressive approach to education and input in the transportation planning process. We're committed to using strong visualization techniques to ensure content is clear, concise, and easy to understand. We also relies heavily on this website to provide easy access to information electronically – including (but not limited to) activities, plans, and upcoming meetings.
Prior to board adoption of the Public Involvement Plan, a draft was available for public review and input for 45 days. The draft document was also presented to MetroPlan Orlando advisory committees for input.
To learn more about our community outreach efforts, please visit our public involvement section.