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NCHRP Project 25-25, Task 36: Recurring Community Impacts

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This study was requested by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and conducted as part of National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Project 25-25. The NCHRP is supported by annual voluntary contributions from the state departments of transportation. Project 25-25 is intended to fund quick response studies on behalf of the AASHTO Standing Committee on the Environment.

Authored By

  • Michael Grant

    Vice PresidentICF International

    Michael Grant has more than 17 years of experience in transportation and environmental planning, policy, and economics. He has managed multidimensional projects for the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well as state and local transportation agencies and other governments and organizations.

    Mr. Grant's work focuses broadly on advancing sustainable transportation decision making, with emphasis on transportation demand management (TDM) and other strategies to improve air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and support community livability. He has provided training and technical assistance to State DOTs, metropolitan planning organizations, and other agencies on topics such as advancing planning for operations, congestion management, transportation air quality conformity, climate change mitigation, performance measurement, and program evaluation.

    Mr. Grant previously worked as an economist at DOT and as a planner for the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA).

Insight Details

Published: Jan 14, 2010
Authors: , Wendy Messenger, Christine Paulsen

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