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• Public Research – Underwriting or otherwise conducting research and studies of local and statewide benefits from adequate funding for highway maintenance and construction; the impact of improved highways on business-to-business and consumer-related activity; quantifying statewide safety and private-sector job creation and retention; measuring the positive impact on state revenue from increased highway-improvement activity; and assessing political viability of funding strategies.
• Information and Communication – Disseminating and promoting to opinion leaders and the public at large the results of primary research findings by the organization, the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, and secondary national highway-related research findings; employing an “added-voice” strategy to reinforce the features and benefits to individuals, businesses, industries and institutions from adequate funding for safe and efficient highways, roads, streets and bridges; and to increase news media and social media content of highway-related issues.
Please take this opportunity to take a short Citizens' Opinion Survey on Highways in Arkansas. Your opinion matters!
• Education – Continuing the transportation-related engineering scholarship program in conjunction with the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department and the Arkansas Highway Commission; expanding the scholarship program and extending its reach to more Arkansas engineering schools; and participating in and promoting the results of workforce-effectiveness and public-policy studies conducted by Arkansas’s two-year and four-year colleges and universities.
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