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AASHTO Emphasis Areas, 2005. Jack Lettiere, President Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Transportation. Three Key Issues. Re-Establish Transportation as a National Priority Project Delivery – It’s Time to Consider People’s Time Link Land Use and Transportation.

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aashto emphasis areas 2005

AASHTO Emphasis Areas, 2005

Jack Lettiere,

President

Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Transportation

three key issues
Three Key Issues
  • Re-Establish Transportation as a National Priority
  • Project Delivery – It’s Time to Consider People’s Time
  • Link Land Use and Transportation
re establish transportation as a national priority
Re-Establish Transportation as a National Priority
  • Enactment of reauthorization
  • Maximum funding
  • Policy provisions
post reauthorization connecting with people
Post-ReauthorizationConnecting with People
  • It’s not about roads. It’s about people.
  • Establish relationships with non-traditional audiences – prepare for next round
  • Commission on Future Funding
re establish transportation as a national priority1
Re-Establish Transportation as a National Priority
  • 50th Anniversary, Interstate Highway System – a platform for our message
  • Connecting with ordinary citizens
project delivery it s time to consider people s time
Project Delivery – It’s Time to Consider People’s Time
  • High-speed, incentive, and creative approaches well-received where used.
  • Time to share concepts and make standard practice
  • AASHTO embracing this through SCOH, SCOE, SCOP and SCOQ
environmental excellence
Environmental Excellence
  • Gratifying response to Washington Briefing environmental session
  • Context-sensitive solutions – from task force to AASHTO committee
link land use and transportation a missing link
Link Land Use and Transportation – A Missing Link
  • Congestion continues to plague us.
  • New demand is overwhelming traditional capacity increases
  • Demand can be eased by land use and connectivity planning
  • AASHTO land-use and transportation workshop, September 2005
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It’s the end of the road,

Unless you make the turn!