Context Sensitive Solutions Toolkit
CSS Toolkit is Now Available
The Peninsula Rail Program has developed the Context Sensitive Solutions toolkit for stakeholders of the San Francisco to San Jose section of the California High-Speed Train Project. The purpose of the toolkit is to provide a methodical approach for both providing technical and project information to stakeholders and for soliciting a wide range of inputs that will be used to further shape the project alternatives.
San Mateo Related Toolkit Documents:
Exercise 1 - Mapping Context
Exercise 2 - Grade Separation Methods
The Complete Toolkit includes:
- Reference Documents – These provide generic/typical information about the multitude of factors that must be considered to develop this project for this corridor.
- Exercises – The exercises aid in identifying/broadening the understanding of what is desirable and feasible and are the “bridge” or “translator” between the community goals and the project design.
The toolkit provides options so Stakeholders can select the “tools” that are of interest to them. Some may find that a lot of questions are answered simply by reading the different reference documents. Others may choose to complete just one or two of the exercises. More information and exercises will be added to the toolkit over the life of the project.