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May 1996Publication Number: FHWA-SA-96-016

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FHWA Appoints New SHRP Implementation Coordinator

Mike Halladay has been named SHRP Implementation Coordinator in FHWA's Office of Technology Applications. He replaces Tommy Beatty, who was recently appointed administrator of the Delaware Division of FHWA.

During his 21 years with FHWA, Halladay has held positions in Region 1, Headquarters, and the District of Columbia Division. Most recently, he served as a member of the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office in FHWA Headquarters, where he was responsible for programs and projects dealing with traffic management and traveler information systems. His broad-based experience in research and development, pavement management practices, preconstruction engineering, and advanced technologies will serve him in good stead in his new position. "I hope to bring a little from each of my previous positions to this exciting new area of SHRP implementation," says Halladay.

His responsibilities will include working with the AASHTO Task Force on SHRP Implementation, the Transportation Research Board-SHRP Committee, other FWHA headquarters and field offices, State departments of transportation, and local agencies to facilitate implementation of SHRP products.

Halladay can be reached at 202-366-6503 (fax: 202-366-7909).

Beatty says that, in his new position, he is "looking forward to working with Delaware DOT on the implementation of SHRP products and other technologies for building better and safer roads."

Updated: 04/07/2011

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