List of Project Websites
FDOT D5 Transitioning Areas Information
Project Manager (Anchorage) Kelsey Parpart 907.433.8107 email@example.com Deputy Project Manager Karla Kingsley
This project will develop an Interchange Access Management Plan (IAMP) that identifies current and future safety and operations issues, generates potential solutions and identifies preferred solutions to deficiencies along I-5 at Exits 124 and 125 in the City of Roseburg.
Welcome to the Clackamas County Active Transportation Plan project website! The purpose of the Clackamas County Active Transportation Plan (ATP) is to identify and prioritize the primary network of active transportation corridors or routes that connect the communities in Clackamas County, both rural and urban. Active Transportation (AT) refers to human forms of transportation, in particular walking and bicycling. The...
Welcome to the webpage for the Subcommittee on Two-Lane Highways within AHB40, Committee on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service. Subcommittee MembersChair: Dr. Manuel Romana, Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Secretary: Dr. Mohammad Qureshi, Email Address: email@example.com
Welcome to the webpage for the Subcommittee on Interchanges within AHB40, Committee on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service. Subcommittee Chair: Christopher Kinzel, HDR Engineering (Christopher.Kinzel@hdrinc.com) Secretary: David Gerstle (firstname.lastname@example.org) Subcommittee Members: Sandeep...
Welcome to the internal team website for the 2014 Billings Urban-Area Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The purpose of this website is to facilitate internal communications within the project team. It contains meeting materials, draft documents for the team to review and comment, and upcoming meeting dates, times and locations. The project is being managed by the Billings-Yellowstone County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The consultant team includes...
Welcome! The goal of our project is to review and determine the current state of practice for user fee policies for IUHs around the world, in locations such as Alaska, Canada, and Australia. Please navigate to the File Sharing tab above to access a database of all the relevant resources obtained thus far, as well as the abstracts and complete documents, if available.--The KAI Project Team
Various program utilities that may be useful to the KAI community