- Where and how should we build to ensure safety?
- When and with whom should we communicate with when planning?
- Federal grant resources available
- 1.25 AICP CM Credits
Who should participate?
Local officials, land planners, zoning officials, emergency managers, public works, comprehensive planners, etc.
Are transmission pipelines in your community?
Is development planned near pipelines?
Land Planning Near Transmission Pipelines in Texas Webinar
U. S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) invites you to a webinar which promotes recommended land use practices described in the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA) Report: Partnering to Further Enhance Pipeline Safety in Communities Through Risk-Informed Land Use Planning: Final Report of Recommended Practices. This session focuses specifically on transmission pipelines in Texas.
The registration page for the Texas webinar, go to: https://www150.livemeeting.com/lrs/1100004049/PublicEvents.aspx and select the appropriate meeting registration link. Registration is limited to 200 participants.
Additional information about the PIPA Recommended Practices can be found on PHMSA’s Stakeholder Communications website at http://www.pipa-info.com.
For further information please contact Julie Halliday at 202-366-0287.
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