The (R)Evolution of Public Outreach
By Vanessa Solesbee, Practice Builder, Kimley-Horn and Associates
As parking professionals, engaging the communities we serve in meaningful dialogue about their parking preferences and experiences is an undeniably important part of our work. Many of us have learned the hard way that if decisions are made behind closed doors, our proposed projects, policy recommendations and/or initiatives can quickly fall victim to project-killing resistance from outraged citizens, the results of which have played out in countless city council meetings and on the front of our local newspapers.
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