NCHRP Report 690: A Guidebook for Successful Communication, Cooperation, and Coordination Strategies Between Transportation Agencies and Tribal Communities
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NCHRP Report 690:
A Guidebook for Successful Communication, Cooperation, and Coordination Strategies Between Transportation Agencies and Tribal Communities
(2011)
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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 690: A Guidebook for Successful Communication, Cooperation, and Coordination Strategies Between Transportation Agencies and Tribal Communities includes guidelines designed to help departments of transportation and tribal communities work together to achieve successful transportation projects on tribal lands.

The report explores a wide range of issues and topics to be considered and offers a flexible approach that can be adapted to most situations. The report also includes case studies to illustrate successful practices.

The report on the project that led to the development of NCHRP Report 690 was published as NCHRP Web-Only Document 171.

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123 pages | 8.5 x 11
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Front Matter i-ix
1.3 Research Approach 1-1
1.5 Overview of Guidebook Content 2-2
2.1 Overview 3-3
2.2.2 Relocation of Native Americans (1828-1887) 4-4
2.2.5 Termination Period (1945-1968) 5-5
2.2.6 Self-Determination Era (1968 to present) 6-7
2.3.1 Federal Level 8-10
2.3.2 State Level Initiatives 11-12
2.3.3 Summary 13-13
3.3 Establishing Collaboration Through Networks 14-14
3.4.1 Minnesota 15-15
3.4.4 Arizona 16-16
3.5 Summary 17-17
4.2 A Ladder to Collaboration: Identification of Issues and 3Cs Practices 18-19
4.3.1 Major Issue No. 1: Cultural Competency 20-20
4.3.2 Major Issue No. 2: Protection and Preservation of Tribal-Sensitive Resources 21-21
4.3.4 Major Issue No. 4: Sovereignty 22-22
4.4 Communication, Coordination, and Cooperation Practices 23-23
4.4.1 Communication Practices 24-24
4.4.3 Cooperation Practices 25-26
5.3 Step 2: Identification of Underlying Issues 27-27
5.4 Step 3: Selection of Desired Level of Collaboration 28-28
5.6 Step 5: Identification and Review of Case Studies 29-30
5.8.2 Step 2: Identification of Underlying Issues 31-31
5.8.6 Step 6: Review of Implementation Plan, Lessons Learned, and Recommendations 32-32
Bibliography 33-34
Appendix A - Policy Resources 35-48
Appendix B - Issue Self-AssessMent Checklists 49-53
Appendix C - Case Studies 54-99
Appendix D - Guidebook Implementation Process (GIP) 100-102
Appendix E - Strategy-Specific Implementation Plans 103-113
Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications 114-114

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