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85 APPENDIX F Symposium Attendees Michele Acciaro Kühne Logistics University Hamburg, Germany Kathy Ahlenius Wyoming Department of Transportation Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA Ángel Aparicio Technical University of Madrid Madrid, Spain Vicki Arroyo Georgetown University Climate Center Washington, D.C., USA Thomas Bles Deltares Delft, Netherlands and Conference of European Directors of Roads Brussels, Belgium Rachel Burbidge Eurocontrol Brussels, Belgium Marina Bylinsky Airports Council International Europe Brussels, Belgium Alasdair Cain U.S. Department of Transportation Washington, D.C., USA Gina Campoli Vermont Agency of Transportation Montpelier, Vermont, USA Marie Colin Center for Studies and Expertise in Risks, Environment, Mobility and Planning (CEREMA) Bron Cedex, France Charlotte Coupé Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, and Energy France Clara de la Torre European Commission, Directorate General for Research and Innovation Brussels, Belgium Susanne DesRoches New York City Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency New York, New York, USA Jan Hendrik Dronkers Rijkswaterstaat, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment Netherlands Mia Ebeltoft Finance Norway Oslo, Norway and Insurance Europe Brussels, Belgium Xavier Espinet Resilient Analytics Karmen Fifer-Bizjak Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute Ljubljana, Slovenia Keir Fitch European Commission Brussels, Belgium Jennifer Jacobs University of New Hampshire Durham, New Hampshire, USA

86 t r a n s p o r t a t i o n r e s i l i e n c e Bruce Johnson Oregon Department of Transportation Salem, Oregon Tiit Jurimae European Commission Brussels, Belgium Magdalena Kopczynska European Commission Brussels, Belgium Jürgen Krieger Federal Highway Research Institute, Germany (BASt) Bergisch Gladbach, Germany and World Road Association (PIARC) Paris, France Anna Lantin Michael Baker International Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Markus Leitner Environment Agency Austria Vienna, Austria Robert Lempert RAND Corporation Arlington, Virginia, USA Johanna Ludvigsen Institute of Transport Economics Oslo, Norway Rebecca Lupes U.S. Department of Transportation Washington, D.C., USA Maria Cristina Marolda European Commission Brussels, Belgium Beatriz Martinez-Pastor Trinity College Dublin Dublin, Ireland Alan McKinnon Kühne Logistics University Hamburg, Germany Sam Merrill GEI Consultants Washington, D.C., USA Michael Meyer WSP–Parsons Brinckerhoff Washington, D.C., USA Evangelos Mitsakis ITS/Hellas Hellenic Institute of Transport Thessaloniki, Greece Ali Mosleh University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California, USA Alan O’Connor Roughan & O’Donovan and Trinity College Dublin Dublin, Ireland Steven Olmsted Arizona Department of Transportation Phoenix, Arizona, USA Ralph Patterson Narwhal Group Neil Pedersen Transportation Research Board Washington, D.C., USA Gordana Petkovic Norwegian Public Roads Administration Oslo, Norway Simon Price Ramboll Environ UK London, United Kingdom Luca Rossi United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Geneva, Switzerland Michael Savonis ICF International Washington, D.C., USA Josh Sawislak AECOM Washington, D.C., USA Miguel José Segarra Martínez Dragados Madrid, Spain

87A P P E N D I X F : s y m P o s I u m A t t E N D E E s Emily Seyller The Cadmus Group Washington, D.C., USA Frank Smit European Commission Brussels, Belgium Rodney Smith Lloyds Atlanta, Georgia, USA Monica Starnes Transportation Research Board Washington, D.C., USA Irina Stipanovic-Oslakovic University North, Croatia Lori Tavasszy Delft University of Technology and TNO Delft, Netherlands Katherine F. Turnbull Texas A&M Transportation Institute College Station, Texas, USA André van Lammeren Rijkswaterstaat, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment Netherlands Duane Verner Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Illinois, USA Thomas Wakeman Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken, New Jersey, USA Laurent Wanet European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM) Brussels, Belgium Iain Watt New York City Transit New York, New York, USA Dick Wittkop Moffat & Nichol Baltimore, Maryland, USA Kevin Womack U.S. Department of Transportation Washington, D.C., USA Richard (Dick) Wright University of Maryland, College Park College Park, Maryland, USA Donald Wuebbles University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Urbana, Illinois, USA and Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President of the United States Washington, D.C., USA

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Transportation Resilience: Adaptation to Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events summarizes a symposium held June 16–17, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. The fourth annual symposium promotes common understanding, efficiencies, and trans-Atlantic cooperation within the international transportation research community while accelerating transport-sector innovation in the European Union (EU) and the United States.

The two-day, invitation-only symposium brought together high-level experts to share their views on disruptions to the transportation system resulting from climate change and extreme weather events. With the goal of fostering trans-Atlantic collaboration in research and deployment, symposium participants discussed the technical, financial, and policy challenges to better plan, design, and operate the transportation network before, during, and after extreme and/or long-term climate events.

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