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Assessing the Sensitivity of Transportation Assets to Climate Change in Mobile, Alabama

Final Report, Task 2.4

Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Transportation Systems and Infrastructure

The Gulf Coast Study, Phase 2

Prepared for:
The USDOT Center for Climate Change and Environmental Forecasting

Project managed by:
Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty
Federal Highway Administration, USDOT
Robert Kafalenos, Robert Hyman

Prepared by:
ICF International
1725 Eye Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006

With contributions from
PB Americas

Date: September 2012
Contract No.: GS-10F-0124J
Report No.: FHWA-HEP-12-054

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance from the following for providing data and/or guidance with this report: Joe Ruffer, Mobile County Public Works; Ricky Mitchell, Mobile County Public Works; Don Powell, Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT); Lee Reach, ALDOT; Manish Aggarwal, Parsons Brinckerhoff; and Stephen Wickersham, Parsons Brinckerhoff.

We also gratefully acknowledge the time and effort provided by the peer reviewers of this report: Mal Kerley, Virginia Department of Transportation; and Rick Land, California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).

Principal Authors and Reviewers (in alphabetical order):

Ms. Anne Choate, Mr. Christopher Evans, Ms. Marybeth Riley-Gilbert, Ms. Emily Rowan, and Dr. Peter Schultz of ICF

Cover photo credits: Peter Schultz, ICF International

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