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Evolving Debt Finance Practices for Surface Transportation (2017)

Chapter: Appendix B - List of Survey Respondents by State

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - List of Survey Respondents by State." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Evolving Debt Finance Practices for Surface Transportation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24801.
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59 Appendix B List of Survey Respondents by State State Title Agency Alabama Director of Finance and Audits Alabama Department of Transportation Alaska Debt Manager State of Alaska Arizona Debt Management and Compliance Administrator Arizona Department of Transportation Arkansas Chief Financial Officer Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department Colorado Director, Office of Major Project Development Colorado Department of Transportation Connecticut Bureau Chief Connecticut Department of Transportation Delaware Assistant Finance Director Delaware Department of Transportation Florida Deputy Comptroller Florida Department of Transportation Georgia Treasurer Georgia Department of Transportation Idaho Chief Financial Officer Idaho Transportation Department Illinois Manager, Fiscal Analysis Section, Bureau of Budget and Fiscal Management Illinois Department of Transportation Iowa Director, Office of Finance Iowa Department of Transportation Kentucky Executive Director Office of Budget and Fiscal Management Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Louisiana Undersecretary Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Maine Director, Finance and Administration Maine Department of Transportation Maryland Chief Financial Officer Maryland Department of Transportation Massachusetts Director of Revenue and Debt Management Massachusetts Department of Transportation Michigan Bureau Director of Finance and Administration Michigan Department of Transportation Minnesota Deputy Commissioner and CFO Minnesota Department of Transportation Missouri Chief Financial Officer Missouri Department of Transportation Montana Administration Division Administrator Montana Department of Transportation Nebraska Finance Administrator Nebraska Department of Roads Nevada Chief Accountant Nevada Department of Transportation New Hampshire Director of Finance New Hampshire Department of Transportation New Jersey Comptroller New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority New Mexico Policy Director The New Mexico Department of Transportation New York Assistant Commissioner for Policy and Planning/CFO New York State Department of Transportation North Carolina Funds Administration Manager North Carolina Department of Transportation North Dakota Financial Management Director North Dakota Department of Transportation Ohio Financial Program Manager Ohio Department of Transportation Oklahoma Comptroller Oklahoma Department of Transportation Pennsylvania Budget Division Chief Pennsylvania Department of Transportation South Carolina Chief Financial Officer South Carolina Department of Transportation South Dakota Director of Finance and Management South Dakota Department of Transportation Tennessee Director of Finance Tennessee Department of Transportation Texas Project Finance and Debt Program Manager Texas Department of Transportation Utah Finance Director Utah Department of Transportation Vermont Chief Financial Officer Vermont Agency of Transportation Virginia Director, Financial Planning Division Virginia Department of Transportation Washington Assistant Director, Financial Planning Washington State Department of Transportation West Virginia Director, Budget Division West Virginia Department of Transportation Wisconsin Budget and Policy Supervisor Wisconsin Department of Transportation Wyoming Policy Manager Wyoming Department of Transportation

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 513: Evolving Debt Finance Practices for Surface Transportation explores a variety of debt mechanisms and tools to finance transportation infrastructure investment. The amount of debt and frequency of issuance vary substantially across states. In most states, provisions included in constitutions or statutes (or combinations of the two) govern the level and form of debt issuance. As well, many states have formal policies that govern debt issuance and management. The study documents new developments in flexible finance tools, including those offered by the federal government.

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