2020 Walkability Action Institute Informational Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
For the two SPAN states where the grantees are NOT the state health department (like in Illinois), can the "state public health" representative required on the team actually be the SPAN grantee instead? Or will we need to find someone from our state health department to join us too?
In most cases, is the MPO partnering with a local jurisdiction (city) within the region?
Is it better to focus on jurisdictions that already have efforts underway (Vision Zero, for example) or those that are interested, but haven't done much?
Great question, Janna! For Illinois and Arkansas in that situation, we know you're collaborating with your respective state health depts, so, in this case, it's expected that your rep would be the SPAN grantee PA lead or designee. Does that help?
Thanks, Terry. So just to confirm, our PA lead meets the requirement and we don't HAVE to have someone from our state health department in that role?
the regional MPO and public health department will work together with other partners with us to apply
Correct as you've summarized. Thanks, Janna.
great, thank you!
what is your phone number?
Could a team consist of planning/transportation representatives from multiple MPOs partnering with the necessary state representatives?
Has NACDD interacted with the Safe Routes to School National Partnership recently?
Thank you! great info. Will you be posting the recording and ppt?
Thanks, it was on the slide but couldn't write fast enough :)
Yes. Please share the recording and ppt.
If there was turnover and all the required 5 players except for 1 and the newest one is getting hired after Dec. 20th, will that be eligible?
Thank you, yes :)