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75 agencies, congressional earmarks, and federal research funds References that state highway agencies pass through to the institutes. 1. Lambert, D. M., and A. M. Knemeyer. We're in This Together. Har- One analogous institute is the National Center for Pave- vard Business Review, Vol. 82, No. 12, Dec. 2004, pp. 114122, 150. ment Preservation at Michigan State University. It was estab- 2. Kanter, R. M. Collaborative Advantage: The Art of Alliances. Har- lished by Michigan State University and the Foundation for vard Business Review, Vol. 72, No. 4, JulyAugust 1994, pp. 96108. Pavement Preservation to lead collaborative efforts among 3. DOT-Funded Positions and Other Support to Resource and Regulatory government, industry, and academia in the advancement Agencies, Tribes, and Non-Governmental Organizations for Environ- mental Stewardship and Streamlining Initiatives. AASHTO Center of pavement preservation. Its purpose is to advance and for Environmental Excellence, Washington, D.C., May 2005. http:// improve pavement preservation practices through education, environment.transportation.org/center/products_programs/dot_ research, and outreach. funded.aspx. Accessed March 10, 2010. A similar institute or center to promote the advancement of 4. Surface Transportation Board. Surface Transportation Board project agreements could be proposed to be housed at a neu- Revises Its Cost of Capital Methodology. News release, Jan. 28, 2009. tral, engineering-focused university. Potential funding sources www.stb.dot.gov/newsrels.nsf/cee25ffbd056e9d1852565330043f0d6 /3551c8b4a52126478525754c0072c406?OpenDocument. Accessed could be the state highway agencies through their extensive March 10, 2010. federally funded research programs, contributions from the 5. AASHTOJointTechnicalCommitteeonDesign-Build.Current Design- engineering firms who design such projects, the railroads, and Build Practices for Transportation Projects. http://designbuild.trans the federal highway and rail offices. portation.org/?siteid=63&pageid=1226. Accessed May 21, 2009.