To reach the diverse populations who ride Capitol Corridor or live and work adjacent to the rail lines, the communication and outreach program includes the distribution of multi-lingual and timely information to educate and inform as well as encourage participation. During these unprecedented times, Capitol Corridor is offering remote, virtual engagement activities that allow the public to participate in a safe and convenient way while social distancing. These engagement tools include an online meeting, hosting telephone town halls, live chats online, email distribution of materials, webinar presentations and more.
It is critical that the public and key agency and community stakeholders participate in this important project throughout the environmental planning process. Below please find some key tools and tactics that are being implemented as part of the outreach:
News & Events
Online Public Scoping Meeting
June 29–August 13, 2020
In an effort to reach the diverse impacted or interested public, an online scoping meeting was available to the public for the entire 45-day public comment period from June 29 - August 13.
Telephone Town Hall
August 5, 2020 | 5:30 p.m. PST
People were invited to dial in to hear project information and talk directly with project team members. That feedback and participation were key elements of the public comment period and we thank you for your participation.
Notice of Preparation (NOP) Launch
June 29, 2020
The Notice of Preparation of the Environmental Impact Report was published on June 29th. Promotion of the NOP included multi-lingual advertisements in regional papers, mailers, e-blasts, and social media posts.
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