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Federal Agency Resources

Title VI Requirements and Guidelines for Federal Transit Administration Recipients, Circular FTA C 4702.1B, Federal Transit Administration - October 1, 2012

United States Department of Transportation, About Limited English Proficiency (LEP)- January 5, 2016

How to Engage Low-Literacy and Limited English Proficiency Populations in Transportation Decision Making, Federal Highway Administration - February, 2006

Better Dissemination and Oversight of DOT's Guidance Could Lead to Improved Access for Limited English-Proficient Populations, Government Accountability Office - November, 2005

State Transportation Resources

Trilingual Glossary of Transportation Terminology (English, French, and Spanish)

DMV Forms in Nine Languages (SwahiliSpanishNepaliKirundiFrenchBurmeseArabicBosnian Serbian Croatia), Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, October 2020

Guide to Metro, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Arabic, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese)

Language Access Plan, Washington State Department of Transportation - 2020

Language Access Plan, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation - 2018

Language Access Plan, New York City Department of Transportation - 2018

Language Access Plan, Texas Department of Transportation - April, 2014

Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Guidelines, New Jersey Department of Transportation - October, 2006

Transit Agency Compliance with Title VI: Limited English Proficiency Requirements, Transit Cooperative Research Program - January, 2011