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News releases |
Public involvement meetings
Public involvement is an important component of transportation
projects and studies. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) established rules and best practices to clarify the roles and expectations of WisDOT staff and consultants handling public involvement activities for projects and studies. Guidance on public involvement can be found in
Chapter 6 of the Facilities Development Manual (FDM).
Various materials are used to provide information to the public about transportation projects and studies. This includes news releases, project newsletters/reports, public involvement meetings (PIM), correspondence and advertising.
List of Region Communications Managers (RCMs)Major project documentation, Public involvement best practices"In This Together" program
WisDOT graphic identity standardsWisDOT style guide
Template construction startSample construction startTemplate traffic advisorySample advisory for planned maintenanceSample for project completeSample advisory for bridge inspectionSample advisory for special event
Template newsletter/report in WordTemplate newsletter/report in Publisher (Microsoft Publisher file, 808 KB)Sample state corridor studies newsletterSample state project newsletter
Template news releaseSample news releaseTemplate citizen invitation letterSample invitation postcard
Sample citizen invitation flyerSample meeting rescheduled postcardTemplate local official invitation letterTemplate handoutSample handout