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60 SECTION 8 REFERENCES 1. Sue McNeil, Mary Lynn Tischer, and Allan DeBlasio, "Asset 7. Cambridge Systematics, Inc., "Development of a Multimodal Management: Survey Responses: July 1999," Working Paper, Tradeoffs Methodology for Use in Statewide Transportation April 2000. Planning, Final Report," prepared for National Cooperative 2. General Accounting Office, "Transportation Infrastructure: Highway Research Program, November 5, 2001. States' Implementation of Transportation Management Sys- 8. H. Peyrebrune, NCHRP Synthesis of Highway Practice 286: tems," GAO/RCED-97-32, January 1997. Multimodal Aspects of Statewide Transportation Planning. 3. Edgar P. Small, Terry Philbin, Michael Fraher, and George P. TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 2000. Romack, "The Current Status of Bridge Management System 9. Cambridge Systematics, Inc., NCHRP Web Document 26: Multi- Implementation in the United States," Proceedings, 8th Inter- modal Transportation: Development of a Performance-Based national Bridge Management Conference, Denver, Colorado, Planning Process, December 1999. April 1999. 10. Lance A. Neumann, NCHRP Synthesis of Highway Practice 4. Cambridge Systematics, Inc.; Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and 243: Methods for Capital Programming and Project Selection. Douglas, Inc.; Roy Jorgenson Associates, Inc.; and Paul D. TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1997. Thompson, NCHRP Web Document 41: Phase I Report, Task 1 11. G. Scott Rutherford and Kevan Shafizadeh, "Budgetary Trade- of 3: Synthesis of Asset Management Practice, February 2002. offs: The State-of-the-Practice in Statewide Multimodal Trans- 5. Stantec Consulting Ltd. and the University of Waterloo, "Mea- portation Planning," June 21, 1999. suring and Reporting Highway Asset Value, Condition and Per- 12. G. Scott Rutherford and Rhonda Kai Young, "Budgetary formance," Transportation Association of Canada, Draft Final Tradeoffs: The State-of-the-Practice in Statewide Multimodal Report, February 2000. Transportation Planning," Report Update, May 15, 2000. 6. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 13. LuAnn Copeland, TTI Report 17452, "User's Manual for "Asset Management for the Roads Sector," Scientific Expert QUEWZ-98," Texas Transportation Institute, 1999. Group IM1 on Asset Management Systems, Draft, Septem- 14. "A Transportation Profile of New York State," Planning and ber 29, 2000. Strategy Group, NYSDOT, May 2004.