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Appendix B Panelists Who Presented Testimony to the Study Committee September 6â7, 2016 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, Washington, DC â¢ Gregory Nadeau, Administrator 2015â2017, Federal Highway Admin istration (FHWA) â¢ Michael Trentacoste, Associate Administrator for Research, Devel- opment & Technology (RD&T), FHWA â¢ Frederick âBudâ Wright, Executive Director, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) â¢ Susan Binder, Senior Associate, Cambridge Systematics, Inc. â¢ Ross Crichton, Team Leader, Office of Transportation Policy Studies, FHWA â¢ Hal Kassoff, Senior Adviser and Principal Professional Associate, WSP â¢ Brian Pallasch, Managing Director, Government Relations and Infrastructure Initiatives, American Society of Civil Engineers 223
224 NATIONAL COMMITMENT TO THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM December 19â20, 2016 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, Washington, DC Demographics and Vehicle-Miles Traveled Projections Based on Economic Trends â¢ Rolf Pendall, Co-Director, Metropolitan and Communities Policy Center, Urban Institute â¢ Tianjia Tang, Chief, Travel Monitoring and Surveys Division, FHWA Travel Demand and Behavior: Freight, Passenger, and Multimodal â¢ Chris Caplice, Executive Director, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology (MIT) Center for Transportation Logistics, MIT â¢ Robert Costello, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, American Trucking Association â¢ Darnell Grisby, Director of Policy Development and Research, American Public Transportation Association â¢ Patricia Mokhtarian, Professor of Civil Environmental Engineer- ing, Georgia Institute of Technology Environmental and Resilience Issues â¢ Michael Culp, Team Leader, Sustainable Transport and Climate Change, FHWA â¢ Debra Nelson, Strategic Policy Advisor, New York State Depart- ment of Transportation (DOT) â¢ Carol Lee Roalkvam, Policy Branch ManagerâEnvironmental Ser- vice, Washington State DOT Technology â¢ Carl Haas, Research Chair, Construction and Management of Sus- tainable Infrastructure, Waterloo University â¢ Leslie Jacobson, Vice President and Senior ITS Manager, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff â¢ Cameron Kergaye, Director of Research, Utah DOT â¢ Peter Sweatman, Principal, CAVita Funding and Financing â¢ Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Director, Mineta Transportation Insti- tute, San JosÃ© State University â¢ Pat Jones, Executive Director and CEO, International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association â¢ Barb Rohde, Executive Director, Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance
APPENDIX B 225 â¢ Alex Schroeder, Senior Advisor for the Office of the Assistant Sec- retary for Research and Technology, U.S. DOT Highway Economic Requirements System (HERS) and National Bridge Investment Analysis System (NBIAS) â¢ Chad Clancy, Engineer/Associate, Modjeski & Masters â¢ Richard Margiotta, Principal, Cambridge Systematics Inc./Future Interstate Consulting â¢ Alan Pisarski, Alan Pisarski Consulting Science of Uncertainty and Long-Term Scenario Planning â¢ Patricia Hendren, Executive Director, I-95 Corridor Coalition â¢ Robert Lempert, Principal Researcher and Director, Fredrick S. Pardee Center, RAND Corporation â¢ Brian Watts, Senior Transportation Analyst, Florida DOT February 23â24, 2017 San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Commission Headquarters San Francisco, CA Regional Planning â¢ Carlos Braceras, Director, Utah DOT â¢ Scott Kubly, Director, Seattle DOT â¢ Todd Lang, Director of Transportation Planning, Baltimore Metro- politan Council â¢ Maura Twomey, Executive Director, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments Interstate Coalitions â¢ Margaret Bowes, Executive Director, I-70 Coalition â¢ Michael Kies, Director of Multimodal Planning, Arizona DOT â¢ Victor Lindenheim, Executive Director, Golden State Gateway Coalition â¢ Kevin Verre, Transportation Planner, Nevada DOT Innovative Financing â¢ Gustavo Dallarda, Corridor Director, California DOT â¢ Vincent Graham, Chairman, South Carolina Transportation Infra- structure Bank â¢ Jim Madaffer, Commissioner, California Transportation Commis- sion (Madaffer Enterprise) â¢ Belen Marcos, President, Cintra U.S.
226 NATIONAL COMMITMENT TO THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM March 27â28, 2017 The Confidante Miami Beach Miami Beach, FL Climate Change and Resilience â¢ Elizabeth Habic, Climate Change Program Manager, Maryland DOTâSHA â¢ Joseph Krolak, Team Leader, Hydraulic and Geotechnical Engi- neering, FHWA â¢ James Lambert, Systems and Information Engineering, Research Professor, University of Virginia â¢ Allison Yeh, Executive Planner and Sustainability Coordinator, Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization Environmental Impacts and Sustainability Issues â¢ Drew Joyner, Human Environment Section Head, North Carolina DOTâHuman Environmental Section â¢ Wayne Kober, Pennsylvania DOT (Retired) â¢ Xavier Pagan, State Environmental Process Administrator, Florida DOT â¢ Eric Sundquist, Managing Director, University of Wisconsin/COWS Human Environment and Equity â¢ Colette Pichon Battle, Executive Director, U.S. Human Rights Network â¢ Thomas Hawkins, Policy and Planning Director, 1000 Friends of Florida â¢ Jacqueline Patterson, Director, Environmental and Climate Justice Program, NAACP Toll-Financed Reconstruction and Modernization â¢ Robert Poole, Co-Founder and Director of Transportation Policy, Reasons Foundation Public Transit and the Interstate Highway System â¢ Edward Regan, Senior Vice President, Tolling Projects Director, CDM Smith â¢ Brad Thoburn, Vice President of Long-Range Planning and System Development, Jacksonville Transportation Authority â¢ Joel Michael Volinski, Director, National Center for Transit Re- search for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida
APPENDIX B 227 Miami Beach Resilience Improvement Program â¢ Margarita Wells, Acting Director, Environment and Sustainability, Miami Beach Government May 16â17, 2017 Southeast Michigan Transportation Operations Center (SEMTOC) 1060 West Fort Street, Detroit, MI Bridge Reconstruction â¢ Adam Penzenstadler, Projects and Contracts Administration Engi- neer, Michigan DOT Connected and Automated Vehicles: Industry Perspective â¢ Colm Boran, Manager, Autonomous Vehicle Systems Engineering, Ford Motor Company â¢ Vivek Vijaya Kumar, Senior Researcher, General Motors â¢ Jeffery Skvarce, Engineering Manager, Continental Automotive Systems, Inc. 20th Century Review of the Interstate Highway System â¢ Bruce Seely, Dean of the College of Sciences and Arts, Michigan Technological University Connected and Automated Vehicles Technology: Summary of Commis- sioned Paper â¢ Steven Shladover, California PATH Program Manager, University of California, Berkeley Automated and Autonomous Freight Vehicles â¢ Randy Cole, Executive Director, Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission â¢ William Panos, Director, Wyoming DOT â¢ Joshua Switkes, Founder and CEO, Peloton Technology Inc. Automated and Autonomous Passenger Vehicles â¢ Hideki Hada, Executive Engineer, Active Safety, Toyota Motor Company â¢ Karl Heimer, Principal, Heimer & Associates, Founding Partner, AutoImmune Inc. â¢ Matthew Schwall, Director, Field Performance Engineering, Tesla Motors â¢ Dushyant Wadivkar, Advanced Engineering Manager, Robert Bosch LLC
228 NATIONAL COMMITMENT TO THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM Interstate System Operations and Management â¢ Michael Fontaine, Associate Principal Research Scientist, Virginia Transportation Research Council â¢ Sandra Larson, Research and Technology Bureau Director, Iowa DOT â¢ Sean Nozzari, Deputy District Director, California DOT Asset Management and Preservation â¢ Laura Mester, Chief Administrative Officer, Michigan DOT â¢ Radney Simpson, Assistant State Transportation Planning Admin- istrator, Georgia DOT Demographic ProjectionsâToday to 2060 â¢ Guangqing Chi, Director, Computational and Spatial Analysis Core, The Pennsylvania State University July 11â12, 2017 Metropolitan Planning Council, Marquette Building 140 S Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL Travel Forecast â¢ Steven Polzin, Program Director, Mobility Policy Research, Univer- sity of South Florida Passenger Travel â¢ Kristina Boardman, Administrator, Division of Motor Vehicles, Wisconsin DOT â¢ Gregory Cohen, President, American Highway Users Alliance â¢ Jill Ingrassia, Managing Director, AAA Freight Trends â¢ Gary Maring, Consultant, Cambridge Systematics/Future Interstate Consulting Team Freight â¢ Michael Burton, President and CEO, C&K Trucking, LLC â¢ George Harry, Director, Global Transportation Organization (GTO), Johnson & Johnson â¢ Scott Perry, Chief Technology and Procurement Officer, Ryder Global Fleet Management Solutions â¢ Caitlin Rayman, Director, Freight Management and Operations, FHWA
APPENDIX B 229 â¢ Russell Toney, Senior Vice President, Global Sourcing, Dover Corporation Climate Change and its Potential Impacts on the Interstates â¢ Jennifer Jacobs, Co-Director, Center for Infrastructure Resilience to Climate, and Director, The Infrastructure & Climate Network (The ICNet), University of New Hampshire â¢ Don Wuebbles, Harry E. Preble Professor of Atmospheric Science, University of Illinois U.S. Department of Defense Perspective â¢ Bruce Busler, Director, Joint Process Analysis Center, and Execu- tive Director, U.S. Transportation Command (U.S. Department of Defense [DoD]) â¢ Kristin French, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and Acting Assistant Secretary, Logistics and Materiel Readiness, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSDâDoD) Chicago and Illinois Transportation Planning and Effects on the Interstate Highway System â¢ MarySue Barrett, President, Metropolitan Planning Council â¢ Randall Blankenhorn, Secretary, Illinois DOT The Interstates and Economic Development â¢ Gail Grimmett, President, Travel Leaders Elite â¢ Ed Mortimer, Executive Director, Transportation Infrastructure, U.S. Chamber of Commerce September 12, 2017 AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX Texas and Dallas Transportation Planning and Effects on the Interstate â¢ James Bass, Executive Director, Texas DOT â¢ Michael Morris, Director of Transportation, North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Highway Construction: Outlook and Innovation â¢ Daniel Filer, Vice President, Business Development, Ferrovial â¢ Narayanan Neithalath, Senior Sustainability Scientist, and Associ- ate Professor, Arizona State University â¢ Peter Ruane, President and CEO, American Road & Transporta- tion Builders Association (ARTBA)
230 NATIONAL COMMITMENT TO THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM Innovation and Institutional Partnerships â¢ Harriet Anderson Langford, President, The Ray C. Anderson Foundation â¢ Allie Kelly, Executive Director, The Ray Social Equity â¢ Ron Hall, President, Bubar & Hall Consulting, LLC Land Use â¢ Jody McCullough, Planner, Office of Planning, FHWA â¢ John Renne, Director, Center for Urban and Environmental Solu- tions, Florida Atlantic University November 7, 2017 National Academy of Sciences, Keck Building 500 5th Street, NW, Washington, DC Highway Safety â¢ Elizabeth Alicandri, Associate Administrator, Office of Safety, FHWA â¢ David Harkey, Director, Highway Safety Research Center, Highway Safety Research Center (UNC) â¢ Shaun Kildare, Director of Research, Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety â¢ Timothy Neuman, Senior Associate, Bednar Consulting, LLC Governance â¢ Barry Seymour, Executive Director, Delaware Valley Regional Plan- ning Commission (DVRPC) â¢ Walter âButchâ Waidelich, Executive Director, FHWA â¢ Frederick âBudâ Wright, Executive Director, AASHTO Funding Allocation Process â¢ Kathy Ruffalo, Principal, Ruffalo and Associates, LLC