Linking Freight to Planning and the Environment (NHI 139005)  

Please plan to join us for this innovative training
Dates and Location:  
The session will be held from June 28-29, 2011 at NHI's new and improved 
training facilities in Arlington, VA. 

Training Location Address:
The National Highway Institute
1310 N. Courthouse Rd. 
Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22201 

Please go to the NHI Web site ( to register for this 
1. Type 139005 in the "Search for a Course" box on the left side of the 
2. Click on the shopping cart in the "Public" column next to the desired 
3. Login (if you haven't already).
4. Click on the shopping cart again. 
5. You will see the shopping cart symbol with a red check mark, which 
confirms you have added the session to your shopping cart. (If a shopping 
cart is not available, contact the local coordinator listed for the session.) 
6. Proceed to check out. 

If you are having trouble registering, please contact Sharon Alloway at 
[log in to unmask] or (703) 235-0553. 

Course Description: 
Linking Freight to Planning and the Environment is a 2-day course designed to 
assist public and private sector transportation planners and engineers, 
environmental planners, and freight planners in the public and private sectors 
better address and more effectively integrate freight and environment 
considerations in the public sector planning and project development 
processes. The course will emphasize applicable and recent case studies from 
all modes of transportation to demonstrate the range of practices that are 
available to small, medium, and large MPOs, as well as urban and rural state 
DOTs. The training will also cover exercises on analysis techniques and tool 

The course is designed for transportation, freight, and environmental planners, 
specialists, and engineers from State DOTs, the U.S. DOT, MPOs, FHWA, and 
local jurisdictions. Personnel from State and Federal Resource Agencies, such 
as the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and 
the Army Corps of Engineers are also encouraged to attend this training.