2019 Western Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
Thank you all for joining us at the 2019 WASHTO Civil Rights Training Symposium, March 5-8, 2019 at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the capitol. You can check out the photo album for images of the event.
How did we do? Please complete a short survey regarding your overall experience at this year’s WASHTO Civil Rights Training Symposium.
2019 WASHTO programs, presentations, and session materials
- WASHTO Photo album
- Program agenda
- Session 3 - Data Collection & Analysis
- Session 5 - CUF Reviews
- Session 6 - Title VI Case Studies
- Session 7 - Civil Rights Legal Update
- Session 8 - Next Level DBE Compliance Monitoring
- Session 9 - Transition Plans
- Session 10 - ACDBE & DBE
- Session 11 - Diversity & Inclusion
- Session 12 - Website Accessibility
- Session 13 - Design-Build & Other Alternative Delivery Projects
- Session 14 - Supportive Services
- Session 15 - Prompt Pay, Labor Compliance, & More
- Session 16 - TRB Compendium of Successful Practices, Strategies, & Resources
- Session 17 - Innovative Workforce Development Programs
- Session 18 - Hot Topics & Metrics That Matter
Congratulations to the 2019 WASHTO Civil Rights Award winners!
- Federal Partner Award – Irene Rico, Office of Civil Rights, Federal Highway Administration.
- State DOT Trail Blazer Award – Colorado Department of Transportation.
- Individual Trail Blazer Award— Lisa Fresquez, Wyoming Department of Transportation.
- Contractor Champion Award – Angela Berry Roberson, Ferrovial Agroman, US Construction Companies.
Thank you to all of the 2019 WASHTO Civil Rights Training Symposium Partners for your support!
The Western Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (WASHTO) addresses the issues of access, justice, equity, and fairness and are interwoven into the fabric of every state’s Department of Transportation (DOT). Whether it is in the hiring of its employees (EEO), the utilization of contractors (DBE), the make-up of the labor force (EO/OJT), or the active dissemination of and equal access to information and resources (Title VI/ADA), the effective implementation of these civil rights programs continues to play a critical role in defining each state DOT’s true success as a US DOT-funded agency.
WASHTO includes the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
TxDOT Civil Rights Division