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Long-Term Infrastructure Program Letter Report: January 31, 2022 (2022)

Chapter: Attachment B: LTIP Expert Task Groups

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Suggested Citation:"Attachment B: LTIP Expert Task Groups." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2022. Long-Term Infrastructure Program Letter Report: January 31, 2022. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26483.
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10 Attachment B: LTIP Expert Task Groups LTIP Expert Task Group on Bridges George Hearn, ETG Chair, and Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder Alexander K. Bardow, State Bridge Engineer, Massachusetts Department of Transportation George H. Conner, State Maintenance Engineer, Alabama Department of Transportation Zhengzheng (Jenny) Fu, Assistant Bridge Design Administrator, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Cheryl Hersh Simmons, Structural Design Manager, Utah Department of Transportation Thomas Macioce, Chief Bridge Engineer, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Anne-Marie H. McDonnell, Transportation Supervising Engineer, Connecticut Department of Transportation Soheil Nazarian, Professor of Civil Engineering and Director, Center for Transportation Infrastructure Systems, The University of Texas at El Paso John Popovics, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign Anne M. Rearick, Director of Bridges, Indiana Department of Transportation Sarah Wilson, Bridge Maintenance Engineer, Illinois Department of Transportation LTIP Expert Task Group on Pavements Bouzid Choubane, ETG Chair, and Director, National Center for Pavement Preservation, Michigan State University Sejal Barot, Director, Office of Materials Technology, State Highway Administration, Maryland Department of Transportation Eshan Dave, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New Hampshire Mark Hallenbeck, Director, Washington State Transportation Center, University of Washington Moussa Issa, Geotechnical Engineer, Georgia Department of Transportation Jenny Li, Branch Manager, Pavement Preservation Branch, Texas Department of Transportation Tommy Nantung, Manager, Pavements, Materials, and Construction Research, Indiana Department of Transportation Kim Schofield, State Pavement Engineer, Washington State Department of Transportation Shelley Stoffels, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University Julie Vandenbossche, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Pittsburgh Benjamin Worel, MnROAD Operations Engineer, Office of Materials, Minnesota Department of Transportation

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A January 31, 2022 letter report from TRB's Committee for the Review of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Infrastructure R&D Program's Long-Term Infrastructure Program (LTIP) summarizes recent program progress, strategic issues, and committee recommendations for future actions. The program has produced some useful products and results over the past year and continued to improve user accessibility to data and information.

Although FHWA’s infrastructure research and development is considerably broader than the LTIP, the latter is the sole focus of this committee’s efforts. The LTIP collects long-term performance data on the condition of bridges and pavements that are valuable for guiding decisions regarding the maintenance, repair, and replacement of vital transportation infrastructure assets.


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