25 CFR 170.107 - Should planning organizations and local governments consult with tribes when planning for transportation projects?

§ 170.107 Should planning organizations and local governments consult with tribes when planning for transportation projects?
Yes. The Department's policy is to foster and improve communication, cooperation, and coordination among metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), regional planning organizations (RPOs), local governments, municipal governments, and tribes on transportation matters of common concern. Accordingly, planning organizations and local governments should consult with tribal governments when planning for transportation projects.

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