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Public Participation and Dialogue in Road-Planning and Road-Design Example: Bypass Norrtälje Suzanne de Laval SWEDEN
1 Dialogues in Norrtälje Initial study, feasability study, design plan, EIA and local plan Cooperation in dialogue between the local planning authorities in Norrtälje and the Swedish Road Administration (Vägverket) Approximately 60 participants in each dialogue Evaluated and documented by researcher
2 Working group method Working Group Vägverket Local Authorities Consultants
3 Informationsmöte Anmälan att delta i dialog Förstudie Arbetsplan Detaljplan Vägutredning Förstudie Samrådsgrupp möte 1 Samrådsgrupp möte 2 Samrådsgrupp möte 1 Samrådsgrupp möte 2 Samrådsgrupp möte 3 Informationsmöte Anmälan att delta i dialog Informationsmöte öppet hus markägarsammanträ den Storgrupp Dela in i arbetsgrupper, arbetsmaterial, förväntningar Informationsmöte Anmälan att delta i dialog Storgrupp Dela in i arbetsgrupper, arbetsmaterial, förväntningar Hearing med politiker Storgrupp Dela in i arbetsgrupper, arbetsmaterial, förväntningar Informationsmöte Anmälan att delta i dialog Stormöte 2 Dialogen avslutas Stormöte 2 Dialogen avslutas Stormöte 2 Dialogen avslutas Big meeting Information event Big group Dialogue meeting Hearing Initial study Feasability studyDesign Plan
5 Initial Open House when the dialogue in the Design Plan was starting in November 2004
6 Exhibition of the earlier stages of the road planning from the Open House in 2004
7 Big information meeting in combination with the Open House. The road plan was presented and people were invited to participate in the planning dialogue. In the break – all the experts were available for the visitors – for questions and dialogue
8 3 D CAD model used as a dialogue tool The participants could follow the designing process in 3D The CAD model was more developed from meeting to meeting.
9 The participants were supplied with all types of planning material as maps, research reports and technical reports.
10 Working group discussing the planned road
11 Working group member presenting an alternative road line
12 Another alternative presented by a working group The 3D CAD model presented by a road engineer
13 Dialogue between expert and participant in the break.
14 Schoolchildren meeting the municipal town planning architect Information day for the school 170 schoolchildren were informed about the road plan
15 Schoolchildren and the 3D CAD model
16 Schoolchildren and the 3D CAD model
17 Schoolchildren around the big model dicussing EIA and the road plan
19 On the site All participants have had access to all the documents in the project and also by the end the films made from the 3d model.
20 CONCLUSIONS from the dialogues The dialogues led to improvements Not very expensive Did not delay the planning process 3D CAD model a useful, impressive tool Physical model a good tool for dialogue Internet served as an information bank Dialogue with working groups was fruitful