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TPB Community Leadership Institute
What is the Community Leadership Institute?
The Community Leadership Institute, or CLI, is an educational program made up of two interrelated modules that, together, encourage successful community leaders to get involved in transportation-related decision-making at all levels.
Over the course of two interrelated workshops, participants learn how, where, and when transportation decisions are made in the Washington region. The CLI includes information about the various planning processes at the state, regional, and local levels. CLI participants learn to be regional transportation leaders by connecting the interests of their local communities, constituencies, and elected officials with the planning issues facing the entire metropolitan Washington region. By reviewing case studies and participating in interactive group activities, participants also learn about the relationship between land use, jobs, housing, and transportation, and the implications of growth in our region.
The CLI is facilitated by former TPB Chair Kathy Porter, who currently serves on the WMATA Board of Directors and previously served as Mayor of Takoma Park, Maryland.
Questions? Contact Bryan Hayes or call 202-962-3273.
Graduates: visit the CLI Alumni Network Website to stay connected with CLI Alumni!
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