National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – HIA and Transportation

National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – HIA and Transportation

OVERVIEW

This session will explore the application of HIA to transportation projects. Strategies for engaging transportation planners and agencies will be discussed. Leading practitioners in the field will present on their work.

Moderator:

Andrew Dannenberg, University of Washington School of Public Health

Presentations:

Andrew Dannenberg, University of Washington School of Public Health

Use of HIA for Transportation Planning: Importance of Involving Transportation Agencies in Process (PDF)

Rebecca Morley, National Center for Healthy Housing

Baltimore‐Washington Rail Intermodal Facility HIA: Lessons Learned in Capacity Building and Community Participation (PDF)

Discussants:

Robin Smith, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration

Ed Christopher, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration

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