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Preserving Freight and Passenger Rail Corridors and Service (2007)

Chapter: Appendix B - List of Agencies Responding to Preservation and/or Restoration Surveys

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - List of Agencies Responding to Preservation and/or Restoration Surveys." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2007. Preserving Freight and Passenger Rail Corridors and Service. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/14115.
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30 State Agencies Alaska Department of Transportation Bob Laurie California Department of Transportation William D. Bronte Colorado Department of Transportation Tamela Goorman Indiana Department of Transportation Tom Beck Iowa Department of Transportation Craig Markley Kentucky Department of Transportation Jill Asher Maine Department of Transportation Kevin Rousseau Maryland Department of Transportation David Ganovski Michigan Department of Transportation Melvin G. Williams Minnesota Department of Transportation Bob Rickert Missouri Department of Transportation Rodney Massman New York Department of Transportation Steve Slavick North Carolina Department of Transportation Pam Davis North Dakota Department of Transportation Bob Johnston South Dakota Department of Transportation Bruce Lindholm Utah Department of Transportation Dan Kuhn Wyoming Department of Transportation Dan Kline Metropolitan Planning Organizations Capitol Region Council of Governments (Connecticut) Sandy Fry Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Ted Dahlburg Hillsborough County Florida Joe Zambito, Charner Reese Metropolitan Council—Minnesota Jim Barton Nashville Metropolitan Planning Fred Schwartz Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency Jonathan Giblin Oakland Therese McMillan Puget Sound Regional Council King Cushman Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Alex Bourgeau Transit Agencies Trinity Railway Express Kathryn Waters Utah Transit Authority Paul O’Brien Class I Carriers Canadian Pacific Railway Judy Mitchell CN Rail James Kvedaras APPENDIX B List of Agencies Responding to Preservation and/or Restoration Surveys

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 374: Preserving Freight and Passenger Rail Corridors and Service explores issues associated with the retention of railroad rights-of-way or restoration of rail services.

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