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RAC/CUTC Liaison Group. Successful Partnerships Survey Jason Bittner/University of Wisconsin Sue Sillick/Montana DOT July 2011. Development of examples of successful partnerships between RAC and CUTC members through a survey and Development of case studies. Purpose. AK AZ CA CO GA HI

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rac cutc liaison group

RAC/CUTC Liaison Group

Successful Partnerships Survey

Jason Bittner/University of Wisconsin

Sue Sillick/Montana DOT

July 2011

purpose

Development of examples of successful partnerships between RAC and CUTC members through a survey and Development of case studies

Purpose
responding states 35

AK

  • AZ
  • CA
  • CO
  • GA
  • HI
  • IA
  • ID
  • IL
  • KA
  • LA
  • MA
  • MD
  • ME
  • MN
  • MO
  • MS
  • MT
  • NC
  • NE
  • NH
  • NJ
  • NM
  • NY
  • OH
  • OR
  • PA
  • RI
  • SD
  • TX
  • UT
  • WA
  • WI
  • WV
  • 1 unidentified state
Responding States (35)
responding cutc members 26

GA Institute of Technology

  • IA State University
  • Jackson State University
  • KS State University
  • MI Technological University
  • MT State University
  • Morgan State University
  • OK State University
  • OR Transportation Research and Education Consortium (OTREC)
  • PA State University
  • Rutgers, the State University of NJ
  • San Jose State University
  • University of AL, Birmingham
  • University of AL, Tuscaloosa
  • University of CA, Davis
  • University of Memphis
  • University of MN
  • University of NV, Reno
  • University of TN
  • University of TX, Austin
  • UT State University
  • University of VT
  • University of WA
  • University of WI
  • 2 unidentified CUTC members
Responding CUTC Members (26)
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Question 1: State DOTs and Universities were asked about the type of activities that are conducted jointly.
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Question 1: State DOTs and Universities were asked about the type of activities that are conducted jointly.
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Question 2: State DOTs were asked whether they have formal agreements with university-based transportation centers. Similarly, CUTC members were asked whether they have formal agreements with state DOTs.

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Question 2: State DOTs were asked whether they have formal agreements with university-based transportation centers. Similarly, CUTC members were asked whether they have formal agreements with state DOTs.

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Question 3: State DOTs and CUTC members asked about the types of agreements they have with one another.
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Question 3: State DOTs and CUTC members asked about the types of agreements they have with one another.
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Question 5: This question asked whether state DOTs were required to provide match for their CUTCmember.
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Question 5: This question asked whether state DOTs were required to provide match for their CUTCmember.
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Question 6: State DOTs and CUTC members were asked to identify the agencies/organizations with which they have agreements. In addition, they were asked to identify each agreement and to elaborate on the purpose and terms of the agreements.

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Question 8: State DOTs and CUTC members were asked about barriers to developing agreements with their in-state counterpart.

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Question 9: State DOTs were asked about barriers in developing agreements with out-of-state universities.
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Question 9: State DOTs were asked about barriers in developing agreements with out-of-state universities.
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Question 10: State DOTs and CUTC members were asked to list the criteria for developing successful partnerships.
  • Each partner must clearly understand the other’s culture, mission, goals, objectives, and schedules.
  • The partnership must be beneficial for all partners; it must address both current priority needs of the DOT and the academic and business goals of the university.
  • There must be a good working relationship among the partners based on trust, confidence, and respect.
  • There must be clear expectations and accountability for all partners, based on precise problem statements, scopes of work, contracts, and deliverables.
  • There must be effective, ongoing communication among the partners.
  • There must be a willingness on all sides to contribute to the partnership (e.g., funds, expertise, equipment, time), creating incentives for all partners.
  • All partners must have strong leaders who serve as champions for the partnership.
  • The research must not be overburdened by administrative requirements.
  • There must be a collaborative process to identify research needs and select projects.
  • A good partnership among organizations begins with good relationships among individuals.
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Question 11: State DOT and CUTC members were asked to rate each partnership on a scale of 1 (low) to 10 (high).

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Question 12: The last question asked if the respondents were willing to provide additional information for case studies .(In Progress)

Tier 1

IA

KS

MN

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Tier 2

MD

MT

WI

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Questions?

Contacts

Jason Bittner

jjbittner@wisc.edu

608-262-7246

Sue Sillick

ssillick@mt.gov

406-444-7693