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Communication and Stakeholder Involvement - PROSPERITY training material

By Robert Pressl / Updated: 13 Aug 2019

Transport experts need to find new approaches that can better integrate new forms of operation, while seeking solutions for complex problems. Transport planning cannot be carried out any more by any player, at any organisational level, using an isolated approach. Instead of just communication the results of a technocratic or political decision making process, it is necessary to compromise through facilitation and mediation using the expertise of all the players involved. If an administration, e.g. a municipality, tries to address this problem by cooperative decision making, focusing on the inclusion of the interests and needs of all stakeholders, group decision making processes are implemented in order to seek consent.

 

Materials.

Set of slides:

http://sump-network.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/trainings/all_english/PROSPERITY_Communication_CSI_Training_slides_EN.pdf

Available languages: EN, BG, GR, HR, LT, PL, PT, RO, SI at  http://sump-network.eu/training-materials/

 

Summary of written material:
http://sump-network.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/trainings/all_english/PROSPERITY_Communication_CSI_EN.pdf

Available languages: EN, GR, HR, LT, PL, PT, RO, SI at http://sump-network.eu/training-materials/

Communication and Stakeholder Involvement

Published: 
13 Aug 2019
Topic: 
Urban mobility planning
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