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94 State Agency Survey A P P E N D I X B NCHRP Synthesis Project 20-05, Topic 50-05 Incorporating Access Management into Local Ordinances Introduction: Please take a moment to answer this short survey for the National Cooperative Highway Research Program. It enlists your help in identifying local governments in your state that are engaged in access management, as well as examples of effective strategies for state and local coordination on access management issues. If you are not the appropriate person at your agency to complete this questionnaire, please forward it to the correct person. If needed to complete your responses, please get input from representatives in your field or District offices prior to submitting. Your responses are requested by January 21, 2019. Directions: This questionnaire should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. Your responses will be saved automatically in your internet browser. You can simply close it and return to where you left off at any time by reentering through the survey link, as long as you access it through the same computer. You may also forward it to someone else to complete some or all of the questions on your behalf. Use the previous or next button at the bottom of each page to navigate. If you have any questions or simply prefer to discuss this with the researcher, please contact the Principal Investigator, Kristine Williams, at (813) 974-9807 or email@example.com. 1. Please complete the following contact information (Agency, Name of Contact, Title, Email, Telephone): States responding to the survey: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. 2. Does your state transportation agency coordinate with local governments on managing access to state highways in their local jurisdictions? Yes 35 No 3 (If yes) Please provide examples of your coordination practices and/or who we might contact for more information. (see Chapter 3 for responses)
State Agency Survey 95 4. Does your state transportation agency review subdivision applications on state highways for conformance with state rules and regulations governing access? Yes 25 Sometimes 9 No 4 5. We are seeking examples of local access management practices. Please provide a name of any local government(s) in your state that have actively engaged in access management practices or that have an effective approach to access management. Jurisdiction ____________________________________ Name of Contact ________________________________ Telephone/Email ________________________________ 6. Has your state launched any initiatives to promote improved state and local government collaboration on access management (e.g., agreements, outreach, funding, training, technical assistance, etc.)? Yes 24 No 14 If yes, please describe and/or provide a link to the relevant documents. (see Chapter 3 for responses) 7. What lessons have you learned relative to accomplishing cooperation or coordination between state and local agencies on access management that you would pass on to other state transportation agencies? (See Chapter 3 for responses) Thank you for completing this questionnaire! 3. Do any local governments contact, or coordinate with, your state transportation agency regarding developments on local roads that impact state highways at the early stages prior to approval? Yes 31 No 6 No response 1 (If yes) Please indicate the name of the local government and/or who we might contact for more information.