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Study Committee Biographical Information
Pages 117-120

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From page 117...
... , the 2006 Wilbur Smith Distinguished Transportation Educator Award from the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the 2000 Theodore M Matson Memorial Award in recognition of outstanding contributions in the field of transportation engineering, the 1995 Pyke Johnson Award of TRB for best paper in planning and administration delivered at its Annual Meeting, and the 1988 Harland Bartholomew Award of the American Society of Civil Engineers for contribution to the enhancement of the role of the civil engineer in urban planning and development.
From page 118...
... He was Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation from 2002 to 2005, where he played a key role in the coordination and development of the administration's proposal to reauthorize the federal highway, transit, and highway safety programs and provided policy leadership in such areas as intermodal freight transportation, reform of the nation's intercity passenger rail system, transportation project financing, and the application of information technologies to transportation systems operations.
From page 119...
... His research interests are transportation planning, transportation systems analysis, and air transportation, and he has authored or coauthored numerous papers on these topics, including several papers dealing with the full costing of transportation and analysis of direct and indirect subsidies in various modes. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, is currently Chair of the TRB Executive Committee, and has served on several TRB policy study committees.
From page 120...
... He is a member of the Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Travel Model Improvement Program Review Panel of the Federal Highway Administration.

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