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Relationships Between Asset Management and Travel Demand:
Findings and Recommendations from Four State DOT Site Visits

Appendix B: Participating State DOT Staff

The following staff participated in the interviews for this study.

Michigan (March 21-22, 2006):

  • Administrator, Asset Management Division
  • Transportation Asset Management Coordinator, Asset Management Division
  • Manager, Asset Management Section
  • Manager, Data Collection Section
  • Manager, Project Planning Section
  • Manager, Statewide & Urban Travel Analysis Section
  • Planner, Statewide & Urban Travel Analysis Section
  • Planner, Statewide & Urban Travel Analysis Section
  • Administrator, Bureau of Transportation Planning
  • Manager, Statewide Systems Management Section
  • Director, Bureau of Highway Delivery
  • Traffic Operations Engineer, Traffic Operations Section
  • MPO Liaison, Bureau of Transportation Planning
  • Associate Region Engineer, Development
  • Engineer of Maintenance
  • Special Projects Coordinator, Project Planning Division
  • Administrator, Bureau of Transportation Planning

Utah (March 29-30, 2006)

  • Asset Management Director
  • Consultant, Deighton Associates Limited Asset Management Implementation Specialist
  • Engineer for Planning, Statistics
  • Asset Management Engineer
  • Engineer for Transportation Planning
  • Program Finance Director
  • Planning Manager, Modeling
  • Director, Utah Technology Transfer Center (LTAP)
  • Transportation Planner (Freight)

California (May 17-19, 2006)

  • Senior Transportation Planner, Transportation Systems Information
  • Office Chief, Transportation Systems Information
  • Chief, Office of SHOPP Management
  • Senior Bridge Engineer, Office of Specialty Investigations
  • Supervising Transportation Engineer (Pavement Management)
  • Chief, Office of Strategic Planning/Performance Measurement
  • Transportation Planner
  • Senior Economist, Division of Transportation Planning
  • Research Manager, Transportation Planning
  • Chief, Office of Travel Forecasting and Analysis
  • Office Chief, Microsimulation Branch of Transportation Systems Information
  • Assistant Division Chief, Traffic Operations
  • Accountant
  • FHWA, California Division, Chief Operations Officer
  • FHWA, California Division, Construction & Materials Engineer

North Carolina (June 15-16, 2006)

  • Director of Asset Management
  • State Roadway Management Engineer
  • Secondary Roads Program Manager
  • State Pavement Management Engineer
  • State Bridge Maintenance Engineer
  • State ITS Operations Engineer
  • Accountant
  • Transportation Engineer, Planning Branch
  • Manager, Transportation Planning Branch
  • Group Manager, Statewide Planning Branch
  • Manager, State Program Development Branch
  • Assistant Branch Manager, Program Development
  • FHWA, North Carolina Division Planning & Program Development Manager
  • FHWA, North Carolina Division, Asset Management Program Manager
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