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68 APPENDIX B Survey Respondents and Conducted Interviews Surveys were received from the following state departments of transportation and Canadian ministries of transportation: Arizona Nebraska Arkansas Nevada California New Hampshire Colorado New Jersey Connecticut New York Florida Ohio Georgia Oregon Hawaii Pennsylvania Illinois Rhode Island Indiana South Carolina Iowa South Dakota Kansas Texas Louisiana Utah Maine Virginia Maryland Washington Michigan West Virginia Minnesota Wisconsin Mississippi Wyoming Missouri Canadian province: Quebec Montana Surveys were received from the following Local and Tribal Technical Assistance Program Technology Transfer Centers: Arkansas* Nebraska California Nevada Colorado** New Hampshire Connecticut Northern Plains** Delaware Oregon* Florida South Carolina Georgia* South Dakota*** Illinois* Vermont Indiana Virginia* Maine* Washington* Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota *LTAP center operated by state DOT. **Tribal Technology Transfer Center. ***Operates LTAP Center and funds operations by others. Interviews and Discussions With State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and Tribal Technology Assistance Program (TTAP) Center Michael Bonini and William Pogash, Pennsylvania DOT Ken Kobetsky, AASHTO Wes Lum, California DOT Richard McReynolds, Kansas DOT Leni Oman, Washington State DOT Dennis Trusty, Northern Plains TTAP

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69 Data collected from the Technology Transfer Toolbox Scoping Study (Harder 2004) was used in this synthesis. A short sur- vey on implementation needs was sent to AASHTO Research Advisory Committee (RAC) members. (Similar questions were included in the synthesis surveys.) Thirty-two RAC members and one Canadian province responded. E-mails and telephone discussion follow-up were conducted with approximately one-quarter of the Technology Transfer Toolbox survey respon- dents. In addition to interviews with state DOT research managers, the following FHWA and University researchers were also interviewed: Federal Highway Representatives Resource Centers Thay Bishop, Finance Technical Service Team Leader, Atlanta, GA Pat Hasson, Safety and Highway Design Technical Service Team Leader, Olympia Fields, IL Peter Osborne, Hydraulics and Geotechnical Service Team Leader, Baltimore, MD Susanna Reck, Technology Deployment Specialist, Lakewood, CO Division Offices David Pamplin, Quality, Research and Technology Deployment Team, Indiana Mary Stringfellow, Technology Management Systems Engineer, Louisiana University Representatives (including Technology Transfer Professionals) John A. Anderson, Education Resource Group, Dixon University Jason Bitner, Program Manager, Midwestern Regional University Transportation Center John B. Metcalf, Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Louisiana State University Sue McNeil, Director, Professor, Urban Transportation Center, University of Illinois Wilfrid A. Nixon, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Iowa Gib Peaslee, Program Outreach Coordinator, Florida LTAP Center, University of Florida Ed Stellfox, Maryland Technology Transfer Center Director, University of Maryland