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Title: Engaging the Private Sector in Freight Planning An Executive Overview


1
Engaging the Private Sector in Freight Planning
An Executive Overview
Presented at 2007 Ohio Conference on
Freight September 18, 2007 Jocelyn
Jones FHWA-Resource Center 410/962-2486,
jocelyn.jones_at_.dot.gov
2
Objectives
  • Understand why it is important to engage the
    private sector
  • Define who freight stakeholders are and what
    engaging them means to your planning process
  • Determine how freight stakeholders can provide
    input to future planning efforts

3
Why...Is the Engaging the Private Sector
Important?
Engaging the Private Sector
Public Involvement
4
Why Key Issues of Interest
  • Economic Development
  • Congestion
  • Capacity
  • Financing and Funding Projects
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Security Concerns

5
What Can the Private Sector Offer You? (And what
can you offer the private sector?)
  • Mutual understanding
  • Processes
  • Needs
  • Political and public support
  • Trust an opportunity to build bridges
  • Access to data, information plans, and feedback

6
Why Mutual Understanding of Divergent
Perspectives
Planning vs.
  • Public sector
  • Local / Regional
  • 5 to 20 years
  • Single Mode / Individual Corridor
  • Discrete Location
  • Asset Focus
  • Private sector
  • National / Global
  • 1 to 5 years
  • Multi-modal /End-to-End Trip
  • Product/Asset Velocity
  • Service Delivery Focus

Scope
Time Frame
Analysis Unit
Data Points
Performance Metrics
7
Who... The New Freight Stakeholders
Carriers
Manufacturer Receiver / Shipper
Raw Material Producer / Shipper
Carriers
Retail Store Receiver
Warehouse / Dist. Center Receiver / Shipper
Carriers
8
Who....Are Freight Stakeholders?
  • Shippers and Receivers of Freight (businesses)
  • Freight Transportation Service Providers
  • Owners and Operators of Freight Facilities
  • Neighborhoods and Communities Affected by Freight
    Transportation

9
Who...Traditional DOT Freight Stakeholders
10
Who... Different Perspectives for Different
Issues
  • Shippers / Receivers
  • Carriers
  • Operators of Freight Facilities
  • Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PL)

11
HowFinding Common Ground
  • Planning and Policy
  • Design and Construction
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Oversight and Revenue Collection

12
How.... Access to Data Information
  • Public-domain freight data increasingly scarce
    and/or dated
  • Commercial sources often price prohibitive for
    smaller MPOs
  • Networking with freight stakeholders builds trust
    and mutual understanding
  • Only request the data you need!

13
How... Resources for Identifying Stakeholders
  • Transportation Professional Groups
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Industry Associations
  • Business Listing Services
  • Commercial Business Directories

14
How.... A Continuum of Practice
  • Programmatic Input
  • A process is established for regular, consistent
    interaction and feedback
  • Policy Guidance
  • Surveys and other forms of market research are
    used to guide policy and benchmark results
  • Information Exchange
  • Networking / Conferences
  • Working Groups / Research

15
In Summary...
  • Engaging the Private Sector workshop is designed
    to help planners answer
  • Why Private sector input is part of the public
    sector planning process
  • Who Non-traditional stakeholders
  • How Many ways, formal and informal, short and
    long term

16
FHWA Training Opportunities
  • Integrating Freight in the Transportation
    Planning Process
  • Freight Forecasting in Transportation Planning
  • Engaging the Private Sector in Freight Planning
  • Freight Financing
  • Freight Data Made Simple
  • Advanced Freight Planning
  • Freight Planning and Environmental Considerations

17
Other Resources
  • Presentation Fact Sheets for outreach to
    private sector
  • Freight Planning LISTSERV
  • Talking Freight Seminar Series
  • Freight Peer to Peer Program

FHWA freight websites http//www.ops.fhwa.dot.gov
/freight http//www.fhwa.dot.gov/freightplanning
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