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Effective Practices

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Each of the following case studies summarizes the experience of a state or metropolitan area that implemented the PEL approach to transportation decision-making. The case studies document why and how change was achieved, some of the challenges encountered, and a few lessons learned. The table identifies key PEL implementation categories that each case study addresses.

Case studies are grouped into three categories. Click the plus sign to open and view a particular category's full content.
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State
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PEL Implementation Categories
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Case Study
PEL Implementation Categories
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PEL Implementation Categories
image of the Categories Key which shows the icons that are used in the PEL Implementation Categories column of the tables: 'Inter-Agency Coordination and Consultation,' 'Mitigation,' 'Spatial Data and Tools; GIS,' and 'Process Guidelines or Changes'


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