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Public Involvement Resources

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MeetingEvery transportation decision affects somebody. NDOT is committed to public involvement in the myriad of transportation projects, plans, and studies currently underway across Nevada. On an annual basis, NDOT requests public comment and input on proposed projects through public meetings and with consultations with counties, tribal organizations and other interested parties.

Selected projects are placed in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and Work Program. The Nevada State Transportation Board and the Statewide Transportation Technical Advisory Committee (STTAC) provide input, suggestions, guidance and ultimately approval of projects.Public meetings are good avenues to continue the dialogue and to share information with the public and other interested parties. Please take a few moments and explore the resources on this page.

Public Involvement Plan

Our Public Involvement Plan provides an outline of the public outreach processes and tools that will be the building blocks for successful public involvement in the transportation projects and programs of today and the future.

Public Involvement Links

Non-Metropolitan Local Official and Tribal Consultation Process

The 2016 Tribal and Non Metro Consultation Process document outlines NDOT plans to provide for ongoing consultations by performing annual County Tours, Tribal Consultations, Workshops and other outreach strategies including the role of the Statewide Transportation Technical Advisory Committee (STTAC) and NDOT liaisons.

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