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Scenario Planning Peer Workshop Report - Birmingham, Alabama

Appendix D: Workshop Participants

Name Organization/Agency
Alicia Rudolph Volkert & Associates
Alisa Fine USDOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Andy Mayo City of Birmingham
Anne Keller US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4
Brett Isom Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Brian Davis Alabama Department of Transportation
Bryan Fair Alabama Department of Transportation
Chris Hatcher Operation New Birmingham
Dan Dahlke St. Clair County
Darrell Howard Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Dave Harris Federal Highway Administration, Alabama Division
David Fleming Main Street Birmingham, Inc.
David Hunke Shelby County
David Standridge Blount County Commission
Dawn Landholm East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission
Donald Wilborn City of Birmingham
Doug Brewer City of Graysville
Doug Hale City of Birmingham
Dr. Frederick Hamilton Jefferson County
Evan Williams Jefferson County
Francesca Gross CAWACO
Fred Bowers Federal Highway Administration
Gary Richardson City of Bessemer
George Henry City of Alabaster
Greg Sheek Economic Development Partnership of Alabama
Greg Wingo Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Harry He Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Honorable Theoangelo Perkins Town of Harpersville
Jabo Wagonner State of Alabama
Jason Fondren KPS Group
Jeff Pruitt Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments
Jim Hansen RBC Bank
Jim Thorne Federal Highway Administration Resource Center
Joe Knight Jefferson County Commission
Jonathan Frazier USDOT Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Keith Johnston Southern Environmental Law Center
Ken Byrum City of Hueytown
Kirk Brethauer Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
Laurel Land Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Lew Villotti Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
Lilly Shoup USDOT Office of the Secretary of Transportation
Marshall Farmer Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Martin Edwards-Clark Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority
Mike Shattuck Birmingham Business Alliance
Myla Choy Birmingham Business Alliance
Nan Baldwin Birmingham Business Alliance
Oscar Berry US Congresswoman Terri Sewell, AL-7
Patrick Murphy Birmingham Business Alliance
Rachel Kirby US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Rae Keasler Federal Highway Administration
Representative Patricia Todd State of Alabama
Robert Jilla Alabama Department of Transportation
Ryan Parker Jefferson County Department of Health
Sadie Swyne Conservation Alabama
Scott Cothron, P.E Sain Engineering
Scott Tillman Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Selena Rodgers SARCOR, LLC
Senator Linda Coleman State of Alabama
Sheila Chaffin Shelby County
Stan Batemon St. Clair County Commission
Steve Ostaseski Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Theoangelo Perkins Town of Harpersville
Thomas Henderson City of Center Point
Tim Westhoven City of Hoover
Tom Magee City of Birmingham
Valerie Abbott City of Birmingham
Vanessa Hendricks Chilton County Commission
Virginia Williams City of Birmingham
Waymon Pitts Blount County Commission
Yvonne Murray Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham

1 As an MPO, SPC is required to produce a LRTP to guide transportation investments if the region is to receive Federal transportation funding. Many MPOs also produce CEDS, which help a region retain or attract businesses. CEDS are required if a region is to receive Economic Development Administration funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

2 Additional information on Dr. Bartholomew's scenario planning research is available on the FHWA scenario planning website at www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/scenario_and_visualization/scenario_planning/resources/.

3 More information on Project Region is available at http://www.projectregion.org/

4 INDEX is produced by Criterion as a plug-in to ESRI's ArcGIS. Additional information on INDEX is available at http://www.crit.com/.

5 Additional information on the Partnership is available at www.epa.gov/smartgrowth/partnership/.

6 Region 4 includes the southeastern U.S., including Greater Birmingham and all of Alabama.

Updated: 06/07/2012
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