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Public Involvement Projects

RJRA is proud of its highly creative public involvement team that constantly strives to produce spectacular results for clients through clear, concise and consistent messaging. The following is a list of our past public involvement projects:

Bandera Road Improvement Study for Alamo RMA

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader responsible for stakeholder data collection, scheduling and process design for the Agency Coordination Conference, planning and coordination of the Initial Public Meeting, and necessary public involvement documentation. RJRA staff served as group and station facilitators at the Agency Coordination Conference and the initial Public Meeting.

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I-35 S (Medina/Frio) Access Improvement Study

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader for an Access Improvement Study conducted on a section of I-35 from SH 173 to FM 471. RJRA staff developed the public information materials to include an easy to understand PowerPoint presentation, study handouts, and displays for a public meeting held in Devine, Texas.

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Loop 13 (SE Military Dr) Improvement Project

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader in charge of organizing an informational public meeting to announce planned improvements to SE Military Drive including the addition of raised medians in a highly commercial area for the TxDOT San Antonio District. Outreach for this meeting included door hanger distribution to area business owners and legal notices. All displays, handouts, and the animated PowerPoint presentation were developed by RJRA in English and Spanish.

Spur 421 (Bandera/Culebra Rd) Improvement Project

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader in charge of organizing an informational public meeting announcing upcoming construction, timelines, and phasing for improvements planned along Bandera/Culebra Road from Evers Road to I-10 for the TxDOT San Antonio District. This included the development of two bilingual newsletters, handouts, displays, and an animated presentation.

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I-37 (Fair Ave to Lp 13) Improvement Project

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader in charge of organizing an informational public meeting announcing upcoming construction, timelines, and phasing for improvements planned along I-37 from Fair Ave to Lp 13 for TxDOT San Antonio District. This included the development of bilingual handouts, displays, and an animated presentation.

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Mission Reach Ecosystem Restoration & Recreation Project

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader working with the United States Army Corps of Engineers and local partners to conduct two community meetings to update the general public on the 30% Final Designs for proposed improvements to the Historic Mission Reach section of the San Antonio River. The meetings were identical in nature and featured numerous displays to visually demonstrate the improvements. RJRA also developed a 4-color, Frequently Asked Questions handout that was utilized at the public meetings and later during the SA-DC Legislative Briefings to update members of congress on the status of the project.

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FM 1516 Route Study

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader for the FM 1516 stakeholder meeting for TxDOT San Antonio District. RJRA developed the layout and setup for this stakeholder meeting. RJRA developed an informational invitation, meeting displays, handouts, and a fact sheet in both English and Spanish. RJRA also coordinated a meeting to discuss potential 4(f) impacts with various stakeholders including the City of Converse, TxDOT, and the FHWA.

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Conrads/Kohlenberg - I-35 Ramp Reversal Public Meeting

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader for the I-35 Ramp Reversal public meeting for TxDOT San Antonio District. RJRA developed the layout and setup for the public meeting. RJRA developed a variety of informational materials announcing this meeting including bilingual invitations, handouts, and fact sheets. RJRA also coordinated the outreach for this meeting, which included door hanger distribution to area businesses and residences.

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RM 620 Corridor Study

RJRA served as the public involvement task leader in charge of organizing a public meeting to announce the study of two corridor alternatives to improve the roadway and prepare for growth and development in the Round Rock, Texas area. The first alternative would be to improve approximately 4.2 miles of RM 620 between SH 45 and I-35 along the existing alignment. The second alternative would be to improve RM 620 along existing alignment between SH 45 and Deep Wood Drive and consider a new location alignment between the existing RM 620 at Deep Wood Drive and I-35 at its intersection with US 79. RJRA developed legal notices, mailed over 370 newsletters, and numerous web announcements. RJRA also solicited local government officials to attend this public meeting. RJRA staff developed all open house exhibits and the PowerPoint presentation.

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