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Federal Agency Resources

United States Files Second Statement of Interest in Case Alleging National Origin Discrimination by Hawaii Department of Transportation (Exhibit A), (Exhibit B) - January 13, 2015

United States Department of Justice files Title VI Statement of Interest in Case Alleging National Origin Discrimination by Hawaii Department of Transportation - March 28, 2014

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)

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