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APPENDIX D List of Interview Sites and Interviewees Interview sites (range of programs in parentheses) and list of interview respondents: New York (areawide, variable pricing, new parking pricing) San Francisco metro area (areawide, bridge toll proposals, emerging parking pricing) Minnesota (HOT lane, recent and ongoing VMT fee studies) Washington State (VMT fees, proposed reconstructed bridge pricing) Oregon (VMT fees and gas tax replacement, HOT lane) Los Angeles metro area (emerging HOT lanes and parking pricing) Virginia (HOT lanes and network HOT plans) Washington, DC metro area (HOT lanes and HOT networks) Dallas (HOT lanes and HOT networks) Table 1. Interview sites and interviewees. Region Respondent(s) at each site Agency DallasFort Worth Director of Transportation North Central Texas Council of Governments Los Angeles Transportation Planning Manager Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Project Manager and Executive Officer for the Congestion Reduction Demonstration Initiative Deputy Executive Officer for Regional Communications MinneapolisSt. Principal Planner Metropolitan Transportation Services, Paul Metropolitan Council Senior Fellow and Director, State and Hubert Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, Local Policy Program University of Minnesota San Francisco Manager of Transportation Planning Metropolitan Transportation Commission Director San Francisco County Transportation Authority Seattle Transportation Manager Puget Sound Regional Council Washington, D.C. Transportation Director Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Maryland Director Maryland State Highway Administration Oregon Manager Office of Innovative Partnerships and Alternative Funding, ODOT New York Director Congestion Mitigation, NYCDOT Director of Long-Term Planning and Mayor's Office of Operations Sustainability City of New York Director of Planning Studies NYCDOT Office of Planning and Sustainability 97