Key highlights on regulations, policies, and program funding specifically curated for the transportation professional
TRAINING: September 19, 2023 (Day 1 of 3) 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT September 21, 2023 (Day 2 of 3) 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM PT September 26, 2023 (Day 3 of 3) 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM PT [CLOSED]
The National Highway Institute (NHI) is offering Basic Nonresidential Relocation Under the Uniform Act training.
Delivered as a 3-day web-based and web-conference training, this course focuses on understanding the Uniform Act and its regulatory sensitivity toward nonresidential displaced persons to ensure they are treated fairly, consistently, equitably, and do not suffer disproportionate injuries as a result of federal or federally assisted projects.
The September session is scheduled for:
This course is ideal for those individuals in the field who provide relocation assistance to nonresidential entities that are being displaced by a federal-aid project.
Representatives from Federal Uniform Act Agencies, state DOTs, LPAs, FHWA personnel, and other interested persons are also encouraged to attend.
Course outcomes include:
Federally-funded projects which are designed to benefit the public often need to acquire private property in order to be developed - which sometimes results in the displacement of individuals from their homes, businesses, or farms.
The Relocation Assistance & Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 (Uniform Act) was established to ensure property owners and tenants are treated fairly, equitably, and receive assistance.
NHI was established in 1970 as the training and education arm of FHWA. Its mission is to improve the safety and conditions of the nation's roads, highways, and bridges by building the skills of highway professionals and enhancing job performance in the transportation industry.
NHI's course catalog include hundreds of trainings in more than 18 transportation industry-related program areas.
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