Many proponents of gas pipeline studies using the public roadway for their facilities have trouble encouraging public participation. Problems resulting from a lack of public involvement are documented. A public participation process designed to gather meaningful public input is presented through a case study of a public roadway pipeline study in southern Ontario. Techniques are outlined to effectively stimulate public interest and document the public involvement process. Recommendations are made as to the transferability of this process to other jurisdictions.
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A Cost-Effective Method of Achieving Meaningful Citizen Participation in Public Roadway Pipeline Studies
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Buszynski, ME. "A Cost-Effective Method of Achieving Meaningful Citizen Participation in Public Roadway Pipeline Studies." Proceedings of the 1996 1st International Pipeline Conference. Volume 1: Regulations, Codes, and Standards; Current Issues; Materials; Corrosion and Integrity. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. June 9–13, 1996. pp. 73-78. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/IPC1996-1809
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