Between November 2nd and 13th of last year, more than 3,500 stakeholders from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia participated in the United We Ride National Dialogue. Following the conclusion of the National Dialogue, an Independent Panel of Fellows of the National Academy of Public Administration conducted a review and analysis of the content and identified emerging themes and key recommendations for the Federal Interagency Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility (CCAM). The CCAM will be reviewing the themes and recommendations submitted to develop their new strategic plan and future policy direction. Many ideas and recommendations may be useful for state and local decision-makers as well.
I know three people from Tompkins County who contributed four ideas to the dialogue. The final report can be found here. Plus, you can explore the national dialogue website for the ideas offered. I would like to adopt this process for our coordinated planning effort.