There is a lot of evidence that Native American tribes could be better involved in planning transportation projects.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 281: Integrating Tribal Expertise into Processes to Identify, Evaluate, and Record Cultural Resources explores how unique tribal perspectives and expertise could inform the tribal engagement and consultation process associated with the requirements and intent in the Section 106 process for successful project outcomes on surface transportation projects.
Table of Contents
|NCHRP Web-Only Document 281: Integrating Tribal Expertise into Processes to Identify, Evaluate, and Record Cultural Resources||1-1|
|Table of Contents||6-7|
|2.0 Project Approach||10-12|
|3.0 Background Research and Literature Review||13-13|
|4.0 Results of Online Survey||14-22|
|5.0 Results of Interview||23-30|
|6.0 Effective Practices for Integrating Tribal Expertise into the Section 106 Process||31-32|
|7.0 Effective Practices for Integrating Tribal Expertise During Early Planning||33-34|
|8.0 Closing the Gap: Thoughts for Future Study||35-36|
|Appendix A: Online Survey Response Data||42-66|
|Appendix B: Interview Response Data||67-90|
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