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Participants William Anderson, Center for Transportation Studies, Wendell Fletcher, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Boston University, Massachusetts Washington, D.C. Michael Ball, Transport Canada, Ottawa, Ontario Emil Frankel, U.S. Department of Transportation, John Bartle, University of Nebraska, Omaha Washington, D.C. William Black, Indiana University, Bloomington David Gardiner, BBG Group, Arlington, Virginia Paul Brooks, St. Lawrence Cement, Albany, New York Richard Gilbert, Centre for Sustainable David Burwell, Project for Public Spaces, Bethesda, Transportation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Maryland Genevieve Giuliano, School of Policy, Planning, and Sarah Campbell, TransManagement, Inc., Washington, Development, University of Southern California D.C. Thomas Gladwin, University of Michigan Anne Canby, Surface Transportation Policy Project, David Greene, National Transportation Research Washington, D.C. Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Knoxville, Christina Casgar, Office of Intermodalism, U.S. Tennessee Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. Kevin Heanue, Consultant, Alexandria, Virginia Michael Cummings, Pew Center on Global Climate John Horsley, American Association of State Highway Change, Arlington, Virginia and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C. Lewis Dale, General Motors, Detroit, Michigan Ileana Ivanciu, Dewberry, Parsippany, New Jersey Elizabeth Deakin, University of California Ashby Johnson, HoustonGalveston Area Council, Transportation Center, Berkeley Texas Thomas Deen, Consultant, Stevensville, Maryland Bob Johnston, University of California, Davis Karin DeMoors, TransTech Management, Inc., Hal Kassoff, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. David Kriger, iTRANS Consulting, Inc., Ottawa, Greg Dierkers, Center for Clean Air Policy, Ontario, Canada Washington, D.C. Reinhart Kuehne, Institute of Transportation Research, Jennifer Dill, Portland State University Berlin, Germany Thomas Downs, Eno Transportation Foundation, Michael Lawrence, Jack Faucett Associates, Bethesda, Washington, D.C. Maryland James Dunn, Political Science Department, Rutgers Linda Lawson, Office of Safety, Energy, and Environment, University, Camden, New Jersey U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C. Sharon Feigon, I-GO Carsharing, Center for Martin Lee-Gosselin, Laval University, Quebec, Neighborhood Technology, Chicago, Illinois Canada 58

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PA RT I C I PA N T S 59 Lewison Lem, AAA, San Francisco, California Lee Schipper, EMBARQ/World Resources Institute, Steve Lockwood, PB Consult, Rockville, Maryland Washington, D.C. Michael MacCracken, Climate Institute, Bethesda, Rolf Schmitt, Office of Freight, Federal Highway Maryland Administration, Washington, D.C. Paul Marx, Federal Transit Administration, Gloria Shepherd, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Jim McKenzie, Metroplan, Little Rock, Arkansas James Shrouds, Office of Natural and Human Marianne Millar Mintz, Argonne National Laboratory, Environment, Federal Highway Administration, Argonne, Illinois Washington, D.C. Camille Mittelholtz, U.S. Department of Carl Simon, Center for the Study of Complex Systems, Transportation, Washington, D.C. University of Michigan Arthur Nelson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Daniel Sperling, Institute of Transportation Studies, University, Alexandria University of California, Davis Joan Ogden, Institute of Transportation Studies, John Sullivan, Ford Motor Company, Ann Arbor, University of California, Davis Michigan Anthony Perl, Department of Political Science, Joseph Szyliowicz, University of Denver University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada G. Alexander Taft, Missoula, Montana Steven Plotkin, Argonne National Laboratory, Kurt Van Dender, Department of Economics, Washington, D.C. University of California, Irvine John Poorman, Capital District Transportation Martin Wachs, Institute of Transportation Studies, Committee, Albany, New York University of California, Berkeley John Pucher, Rutgers University Michael Wang, Argonne National Laboratory, Michael Replogle, Environmental Defense, Argonne, Illinois Washington, D.C. Dong Yan, Institute of Comprehensive Transportation Elizabeth Riklin, Office of Policy, U.S. Department of of National Development and Reform Commission, Transportation, Washington, D.C. Beijing, China Jonathan Rubin, University of Maine Mike Savonis, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.

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