MassDOT Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange

Date: 3/7/2017 - 3/8/2017 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: The DCU Center
50 Foster St
Worcester, Massachusetts

Capacity:

897/975


Overview

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The 2018 Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange will take place on April 10 & 11 at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA.

  

 

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MassDOT’s 2017 Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange

March 7 & 8, DCU Center, Worcester

Mark your calendar for the largest Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange in the state! Share the newest ideas in transportation technology and create sustainable solutions.

Are you wondering how to improve both the efficiency and effectiveness of your operations? Are you looking for the latest technology or equipment for your organization? Don’t stay trapped in the 20th century. Take the leap forward by discovering 21st century innovations and technologies at the annual MassDOT Innovation and Tech Transfer Exchange.

There will be over 30 breakout sessions, where you will have the opportunity to discuss with your peers, the advantages and challenges associated with the methods and technologies being presented.

This Year's Conference Speakers Will Include:

New for Public Works Departments!

This year's conference will feature a re-imagined first floor that will include:

  • Work Zone Safety with Full Size Work Zone Set Up!
  • Class 2 Hoisting CEUs with Simulators & Heavy Equipment
  • Innovative Equipment Displays
  • Mobile Public Works Apps Lounge 
  • Drone Demonstrations
  • US Fish & Wildlife River Table Demonstrations
  • Pedestrian Accessibility Demonstrations
  • "Innovative solutions" from Municipal Highway Departments

(See the "Schedule" page for more details)

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Reception at MassDOT Innovation

Tuesday, March 7 • 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Free Networking Reception with Complimentary Appetizers & Cash Bar
For All Registered Attendees
 “Showcase Corner” First Floor
 

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2017 Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange Sponsors

 

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Sessions
Sessions
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Special event

Innovation Conference-Road Scholar Credit
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1A: Timber Pile Supported Roadway Embankment/GRS-IBS Technology
Presenters: Terese Kwiatkowski and John Delano, P.E., GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Facilitator: Peter Connors, MassDOT
As part of widening the I-95 (Route 128) roadway between Highland Avenue and Kendrick Street in Needham, Massachusetts, embankment construction was required over soft, compressible organic soils that are up to 25 feet thick. This presentation will show the engineering solution that was adopted which was ground improvement using timber piles with a load transfer platform consisting of gravel borrow reinforced with layers of uniaxial georgic.
Timber Pile Supported Roadway Embankment Presentation
Presenter: Thomas Pechillo, BL Companies
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) promoted the use of Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil – Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS) as one of its foremost initiatives for its Every Day Counts (EDC) program’s first three rounds. This paper will illustrate the advantages of using GRS-IBS as well as cite case studies of its use in Massachusetts and elsewhere.
GRS-IBS Technology Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1B: Future mobility and long-range transport planning
Presenter: Albert Ng, VHB
This session will evaluate technology and trend drivers, how they affect transportation behavior, and their impact on the built environment, including parking needs, accommodations for driverless vehicles, accommodations for public transit, and opportunities for operational flexibility within infrastructure design. The assessment will also consider the policies that are needed to support and/or manage these influencers. This session will walk attendees through the current, conventional transportation planning practice and how it may need to evolve based on new data streams and anticipated changes to technology, mobility, and society.
Future Mobility and Long-range Transport Planning Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1C: Transportation Resiliency Planning in Vermont
Presenter: Roy Schiff, Milone & MacBroom, Inc.
Facilitator: Francisca Heming, MassDOT District One Highway Director
This project develops improved methods and tools to assess and mitigate flood risks to Vermont’s transportation system. A new screening method has been developed to evaluate vulnerability of closure or failure for roads, bridges, and culverts. Transportation modeling has been conducted to identify the most critical locations within the network based on simulated damages. The main goal of the project is to identify high risk road segments and crossing structures where both vulnerability and criticality are high to guide Vermont Agency of Transportation infrastructure planning and capital expenditure programming.
Transportation Resiliency Planning in Vermont Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1D: Site Application Module (SAM) Rationalization
Presenters: Victor Silva and Rama Ummadi, MassDOT IT
Facilitator: Diane Nawrocki, MassDOT IT
The Site Application Module (SAM) is critical to the Highway Construction business. The application is an external facing application used by Highway Resident Engineers and Districts to manage contract items, invoice payments, and creation of monthly projections for Highway Construction contracts.
Site Application Module (SAM) Rationalization Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1E: The Prescription for Curing Concrete (Healing ASR)
Presenter: Timothy Willsmer, MassDOT
Facilitator, Gregory Doyle, FHWA
As the skeletal system, concrete is the foundation of what the state’s infrastructure is built on. Though it is typically a stable source, our infrastructure is currently managing the threat of Alkali Silica Reactivity (ASR). Through new developments in short-term testing and larger scale studies, MassDOT is researching to find the best possible way keep our infrastructures healthy going into the future.
The Prescription for Curing Concrete (Healing ASR) Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 1

Session 1F: UAV Applications in Highway Construction
Presenter: Michael Ross, LandTech Consultants, Inc.
Facilitator: Mike McGrath, MassDOT
This presentation will discuss the practical application of using UAV technologies in the following areas: project planning, bidding and estimation; monitoring of excavation; and monitoring of material stockpiles. As the road project continues, ongoing drone missions can capture the exact location and volume of the movement and excavation of land and materials to assist with surveying and planning. Project managers, estimators, and DOT teams can easily plan and monitor road projects, identifying issues that may cause delays or additional costs.
UAV Applications in Highway Construction Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2A: Virtual Bridge and Tunnel Inspection Training
Presenter: Paul McGuinness, PE and Mary Rosick, PE, Michael Baker International
Facilitator: Alex Bardow, MassDOT Bridge Engineer
Initially this bridge inspection training involved a day of important hands-on experience at bridges local to the various host’s training sites. Finding a variety of bridges with safely accessible deficiencies proved to be challenging. Also logistics such as travel, traffic, weather, safety and liability associated with bringing 15 students per instructor to each bridge site was of concern to all parties involved. The innovative solution was to apply gaming, virtual reality technology to develop a “Virtual Bridge Inspection” (VBI) application with a first-person perspective.
Virtual Bridge and Tunnel Inspection Training Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2B: GoTime Mobile App: Real Time Travel Info Solution
Presenters: Mark Haberle, VHB
Facilitator: Greg Khirallah, MassDOT
MassDOT’s Real-Time Traffic Management (RTTM) systems consist of over 700 miles of statewide highway and more than 137 signs displaying travel times to over 300 destinations. The GoTime mobile application enhances the RTTM’s information dissemination objectives by providing a modern, publicly accessible, mobile component to the RTTM system. By giving drivers a tool with which to make informed travel decisions, the GoTime mobile application supports MassDOT’s objective to create a cleaner, more efficient, and sustainable transportation system.
GoTime Mobile App: Real Time Travel Info Solution Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2C: BMP Construction Monitoring/BMP Selection Tool
Presenters: Bryan Cordeiro, MassDOT
Facilitator: Anne Bastoni, MassDOT
This presentation will provide an update to MassDOT’s Stormwater Program, including discussion of several best management practice (BMP) construction case studies and a major update to the Water Quality Data Form (WQDF). Common problems encountered during the BMP construction process have been recently identified and the session will include a discussion on how to avoid these issues in the future. General best practices to control erosion and sedimentation on construction sites and to comply with the EPA Construction General Permit will also be discussed. Designers of each MassDOT Highway Division project are required to submit a WQDF at 25% and 75% design stages. The WQDF is currently being updated to provide a BMP performance tool, which will allow designers to assign a pollutant and effective impervious cover reduction rate to proposed BMPs based on their size, contributing drainage areas, and BMP type. This presentation will include a demonstration of the new tool and a discussion on how MassDOT uses it for permit compliance.
MassDOT's Stormwater Program Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2D: Real-World Uses for Signal Performance Measures
Presenter: Alison Tanaka, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Facilitator: Jim Danila, MassDOT
Automated traffic signal performance measures (ATSPMs) have recently been incorporated into the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Every Day Counts program and are being implemented by agencies across the country. During this presentation, we will discuss several practical applications of ATSPMs using the new source code developed by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), including deployments by the City of Portland and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). We will discuss how to read some of the most-used reports and present lessons learned from recent implementations.
Real-World Uses for Signal Performance Measures Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2E: Precast Concrete Specification Changes
Presenters: Mark Brum, MassDOT Research & Materials
Facilitator: John Grieco, MassDOT
MassDOT and the Precast Industry agreed to update the precast concrete specification. The collaboration, over the past two years, has taken part in gathering research performed across the United States and Internationally. The goal of this research was to find the most current regulations and recommendations regarding the design and fabrication of precast concrete units. Out of the literature review a new precast concrete spec is being piloted.
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 2

Session 2F: Roundabouts and Bikes/MassDOT Roundabout Guide
Presenters: Conor Semler, Kittelson & Associates, Inc., Alek Pochowski, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Facilitator: Andy Paul, MassDOT
This presentation reviews bicycle facility design standards and practice at roundabouts both in North America and abroad, looks at recent bicycle facility design guidance developed for signalized and stop-controlled intersections, and evaluates their relevance at roundabout intersections. /MassDOT is nearing completion of its first Roundabout Guide. The guidance builds on the latest national research and best practice, while fitting into Massachusetts' unique history and context. Special attention is given to rotary retrofits, building roundabouts in constrained environments, and incorporating state-of-the-practice pedestrian and bicycle design at roundabouts.
Roundabouts and Bikes/MassDOT Roundabout Guide Presentation
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3A: Subsurface Utility Engineering - What is it and When do you need it?
Presenter: Randy Seaver, KCI Technologies, Inc.
Facilitator: Guy Rezendes, MassDOT Utilities Engineer
Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) has been in existence since the early 1980s, but not everyone is aware of its existence or its value. This session will provide a comprehensive overview of this engineering niche and how it can help you to make sound engineering decisions and minimize project delays and associated costs. We will discuss the use of electromagnetic geophysical equipment, sondes and ground penetrating radar needed to perform SUE investigations. Numerous studies have shown that for every $1 spent on SUE, overall project costs can be reduced between $4 and $20, or more in some cases.
Subsurface Utility Engineering - What is it and When do you need it? Presentation
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3B: Enhancing Safety with Innovative Work Zone Technology
Presenter: Peter Cusolito and Mike Sutton, VHB
Facilitator: Neil Boudreau, MassDOT
This session will examine the application of technology to improve work zone safety through enhanced traffic management and motorist information. MassDOT Traffic & Safety Engineering has identified several technology pilot programs to improve traffic management during construction, minimizing delays and improving motorist and worker safety.
Enhancing Safety with Innovative Work Zone Technology Presentation
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3C: Leveraging Data Management to Enhance Ops & Safety
Presenters: Dave Mullholland, VHB
Facilitator: Virginia Reeder, MassDOT
As technology permeates our daily lives to a greater and greater degree, the amount and types of data that will be available to help enhance mobility will be ever-increasing. The recent roll-out of such MassDOT projects as All Electronic Tolling, the Real Time Traffic Management System, and MassDOT’s Go Time application will continue to provide a wealth of data that could be used to understand, manage, and evaluate congestion, travel time, and safety and make better data-driven decisions for all modes of transportation in the Commonwealth.
Leveraging Data Management to Enhance Ops & Safety Presentation
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3D: LCC metric to compare CO2 cost of abatement
Presenter: Seyedeh Nazanin Khatami, UMassAmherst
Facilitator: TBD
Many governments and organizations, including MassDOT, are required to reduce Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and would like to do this in an efficient and cost-effective manner. However, resources available to agencies are limited both in terms of the ability to invest in GHG reduction projects and in terms of time and resources available for making investment and policy decisions. This research is undertaken as part of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Research Program, funded by Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) State Planning and Research (SPR), presents a cost-effectiveness metric and investigates the theoretical and practical implications of using cost-effectiveness metric to rank the projects.
LCC Metric to Compare CO2 Cost of Abatement Presentation
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3E: BMPs for Reducing Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions
Presenters: Timothy Dexter, Fish & Wildlife Program Coordinator MassDOT Highway Division, Environmental Services, Chase Bernier, BSC Group
Facilitator: Jessica Kenny, MassDOT Manager of Environmental Compliance for Construction
This presentation will provide an overview of MassDOT’s wildlife accommodation strategy, passage structure options, best management practices, and follow up monitoring efforts, with a focus on the success of the wildlife tunnel and monitoring efforts for the Crosby’s Corner project.
BMPs for Reducing Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions Presentation-Dexter
BMPs for Reducing Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions Presentation-Bernier
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Concurrent Session 3

Session 3F: Asset Management Roundtable
Presenters: Mike Pordes, Patrick Engineering, David Hurst, VHB, Salar Shahini Shamsabadi, Street Scan, Nicole Freedman, City of Newton Transportation Director
Facilitator: Jack Moran and Anne Bastoni, MassDOT
The effort required of transportation managers to adopt processes and technology in support of an asset management program are considerable, and must be balanced with existing demands for resources. A program should also be structured to inform practical decisions faced by the respective entity and avoid becoming a pursuit unto itself. This panel consists of teams experienced with the practical applications of asset management tools and processes, and will also feature MassDOT insights from gained from development of a statewide program.
Asset Management Roundtable Presentation - VHB
Asset Management Roundtable Presentation - Patrick Engineering
Asset Management Roundtable Presentation - MassDOT
Asset Management Roundtable Presentation - Street Scan
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4A: Growing Support through Tactical Urbanism
Presenter: Anna Stokes, AICP, Milone & MacBroom
Facilitator: Facilitator: Jonathan Gulliver, MassDOT District 3 Highway Director
This session will examine the best practices of using Pop-Up Bike Lanes, Open Streets events, and community partnerships to encourage support, understanding and advocacy for multi-modal transportation across a diversity of neighborhoods.
Growing Support through Tactical Urbanism Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4B: RI Wrong Way Driving Detection System
Presenters: Daniel Waugh, RIDOT, Peter Pavao, VHB
Facilitator: Kenneth Coelho, FHWA
RIDOT conducted a pilot program to implement a Wrong-Way Driving Detection System. Twenty-three high-risk off-ramp locations were part of a new pilot detection systems installation. The solar-powered detectors are designed with approach radar to detect a vehicle and alert both the driver, by LED lights embedded in wrong-way signs, and RIDOT, via email. If the vehicle continues, crosses the camera trip line, and triggers the outgoing radar, state and local authorities are notified. Once all three conditions are satisfied, the system displays a wrong-way alert message on the state’s overhead electronic signs on the freeway to warn other drivers of the threat in the vicinity.
RI Wrong Way Driving Detection System Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4C: The "Frequency" Wave of the Future
Presenter: Timothy Willsmer, MassDOT Research & Materials
Facilitator: John Grieco, MassDOT
Being able to advance MassDOT by incorporating Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) into the culture has made for great improvements. The RFID Software has provided MassDOT with a highly efficient materials tracking and reporting software system, by using tablet computers, RFID scanners and tags, software, and cloud servers. RFID uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects.
The "Frequency" Wave of the Future Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4D: Fuel-Efficient Vehicle Technologies for Fleets
Presenters: Megan Aki, Clean Energy Analyst, MAPC, Lana Gunaratne, Strategic Sourcing Services Lead, Operational Services Division, Philip Kreycik, Consultant, Meister Consultants Group, Steve Russell, Clean Cities Coordinator, DOER
Facilitator: Don Pettey, MassDOT Assistant to the Chief Engineer

Fuel-Efficient Vehicle Technologies for Fleets Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4E: Using Augmented Reality on Infrastructure Projects/Visualization Tools Go Mainstream
Presenter: Kevin Johnson and Scott Aldridge, CDM Smith
Facilitator: Jason Dvelis, FHWA
In this presentation CDM Smith will provide several scenarios where augmented reality is being used on engineering projects to help accelerate projects, increase quality and aid in public outreach. No more scaling a plan sheet, deciphering where a utility pipe leads from a tangled mess on a sheet or misinterpreting a grading slope. CDM Smith is disrupting the status quo of transportation design by leveraging new cutting edge technology allowing designers and clients to quite literally step into a design as if they were on the job site. All of this is achieved with the Microsoft HoloLens Augmented Reality Platform. We will also highlight the difference between a 2D conceptual design and a HoloLens design and demonstrate how impactful it can be. This technology creates an entirely new dynamic between designers and clients. It provides all the detail of a design and promotes seamless collaboration to ensure both parties are on the same page. Users may also easily identify conflicts, record notes, take measurements and perceive the finished product of a project. HoloLens use at public outlook meetings and marketing events can be the deciding factor for a pursuit.
Using Augmented Reality on Infrastructure Projects/Visualization Tools Go Mainstream Presentation
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4

Session 4F: WTS Mentoring Round Table
Presenters: Michelle Muhlanger, Deputy Regional Administrator, Federal Railroad Administration; Rebecca Williamson, Assistant Vice President / Senior Project Manager, GPI; Patricia Leavenworth, Chief Engineer, MassDOT; Susan Nichols, Director of Environmental Planning, VHB; Allison Sweeney, Project Coordinator, Capital Delivery Dept. Transit-Oriented Development, MBTA; Francisca Heming, District Highway Director, MassDOT District 1; Leslie Stahl, Community Planner, U.S. DOT Volpe Center; Mary-Joe Perry, District Highway Director, MassDOT District 5
Facilitator: Jessica Kenny, MassDOT Manager of Environmental Compliance for Construction
WTS-Boston’s mentoring program elevates our region’s rising stars with 360 support as well as hosting mentoring bursts for transportation professionals at all levels. WTS is holding a roundtable discussion featuring senior transportation officials, WTS mentoring leaders, and past WTS-Boston Emerging Professionals to showcase effective mentoring methods. Techniques featured include mentoring match-ups and mentoring-focused events such as TED talks and book clubs used to support career development for those new to the field of transportation and industry veterans.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5A: MassDOT & Communities: New Tools and Better Partnerships. Invitation only.
Presenter: Stephanie Pollack, Secretary and Chief Executive Officer of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5B: Saving a Bridge Foundation/Saving Bridge Piers with Carbon Fiber Wrap
Presenter: Les R. Chernauskas, Geosciences Testing and Research Inc.
Facilitator: Mohammed Nabulsi, MassDOT
Many bridge foundations are not reused. For a variety of reasons it is easier to replace rather than reuse the bridge foundations. GTR was involved in a project where existing pile foundations were reused. Pile resistances were estimated using the wave equation and compared to the factored pile loads determined from Group Analyses. Geofoam lightweight backfill was used to allow reuse of the piles. Exposed piles were investigated and found to be in pristine condition. This presentation will discuss investigation and analysis of reusing this bridge foundation.
Saving a Bridge Foundation Presentation
Presenter: John Watters, GPI
The I90 Ramp over I495 bridge in Hopkinton had extensively deteriorated concrete piers through years of exposure to chlorides and moisture through road salt spray. MassDOT initiated a project to retrofit and strengthen the piers through the use of carbon fiber wrap over repaired concrete. The presentation will discuss the preconstruction decision making process, design consideration, carbon fiber wrap installation and quality control, and the post construction inspection and a monitoring program.
Saving Bridge Piers with Carbon Fiber Wrap Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5C: Using Crowdsourcing Applications for Traffic Incident Management
Presenter: Chester Osborne, MassDOT
Facilitator: Lorenzo Parra, MassDOT
On August 1, 2016, the Highway Operations Center (HOC) launched the Traffic Desk Pilot Project. The HOC dedicated a work station and an Operator, during morning and afternoon rush hours, to scan third party media sources for reports of incidents on a single stretch of roadway that may not have been reported to the HOC at that time. The third party media sources included crowdsourcing applications, (Waze), social media (Twitter), and other traveler information websites. The Pilot Project illustrated that while major events are often detected through traditional means, the Traffic Desk excels at detecting smaller, less serious events that cause congestion and are not detected or reported by intelligent transportation system devices, first responder and district personnel relationships.
Using Crowdsourcing Applications for Traffic Incident Management Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5D: MBTA's New Approach to Fare Collection: AFC 2.0
Presenter: Caroline Ducas, VHB
Facilitator: Matt Ciborowski, MBTA
The MBTA is challenged with reducing travel times for customers and increasing operational efficiency while at the same time improving fare compliance and reducing costs. MassDOT and the MBTA have undertaken a multistep process to evaluate, develop, and implement new technologies and methods for Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) on the system.
MBTA's New Approach to Fare Collection: AFC 2.0 Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5E: Diverging Diamond Design Considerations
Presenter: Michael Wahlstedt, TranSystems
Facilitator: Dave Anderson, MassDOT Deputy Chief Engineer for Design
TranSystems has been at the forefront of the development and design of Diverging Diamond Interchanges, with several open to traffic and a number of others under design. Through our experience with these projects we have identified a number of important considerations for when to choose a DDI and how to prepare an effective design.
Diverging Diamond Design Considerations Presentation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Concurrent Session 5

Session 5F: Sustainable Mobility Round Table
Presenter: Andy Paul, MassDOT State Highway Design Engineer
Facilitator: Jackie DeWolfe, MassDOT
Come hear about sustainable mobility and road design trends from the State Highway Design Engineer Andy Paul and MassDOT Director of Sustainable Mobility Jackie DeWolfe. Learn about where MassDOT and the industry is going and learn about new policies, guides, directives, and processes in the works to get us there. Special attention will be given to the Healthy Transportation Policy and Engineering Directive. Participate in this open discussion roundtable, a chance for you to provide input in to work in progress and for you to ask questions of MassDOT leadership.
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6A: MassDOT Pursues an App-Centric GIS Strategy
Presenter: Jose Simo, MassDOT
Facilitator: TBD
In an effort to build on GeoDOT’s success, GeoPass, a suite of applications designed to support and connect the various processes and constituents that make up transportation planning, has been implemented by the Office of Transportation Planning at MassDOT. The “plug and play” nature of these apps and its capabilities seek to support each of the common transportation planning workflows will also be examined. The discussion will end with the introduction of “Insights for ArcGIS” an app that provides easy access to data driven analysis from multiple sources.
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6B: Transit Priority for Improved Person Mobility
Presenter: Eleni Christofa, UMassAmherst
Facilitator, Scott Hamwey, Manager of Long Range Planning MassDOT
Sustainability objectives set by many cities dictate improvements in transit operations to motivate mode changes towards more efficient modes. One way to improve the reliability of transit systems, and consequently its ridership, is by providing priority to buses along arterials through space (e.g., dedicated bus lanes, queue jumper lanes, etc.) or time (e.g., transit signal priority (TSP) such as green extension) transit preferential treatments (TPTs).
Transit Priority for Improved Person Mobility Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6C: Technological Advancements in Snow & Ice Management
Presenters: Laurene Poland, Paul Brown and Mark Goldstein, MassDOT
Facilitator, Laurene Poland, MassDOT
Over the years, MassDOT has implemented many technological advances into its Snow & Ice Management procedures that help with salt management, cost control and better environmental stewardship. Data collection and development of a Winter Severity Index are means to check the effectiveness of the technological advances. This presentation will cover the benefits and challenges of integrating technology into MassDOT Snow & Ice Management policies/procedures.
Technological Advancements in Snow & Ice Management Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6D: PPP Fair Share Infrastructure Contributions
Presenter: Sarah Wetmore, VHB
Facilitator: Shannon Greenwell, MassDOT
This session will focus upon examples of successful private fair share contribution models that have been implemented both nationally and globally. Focus will be given to exploring viable alternative contribution models that could be put in place here in the Commonwealth, and the impact this action would have to an individual project pro forma – and more holistically to how Massachusetts’ transportation infrastructure can be better funded and sustained into the future.
PPP Fair Share Infrastructure Contributions Presentation
Developer Database Tool for Complying with Section 61 Findings Related to Transportation Demand Management (TDM)
Presenter: Diane Hanson and Gary St. Fleur, MassDOT

MassRIDES, the Statewide Travel Options Program for MassDOT, is creating a Developer Database tool through Salesforce.com for the purpose of the 2014 Transportation Impact Assessment guidance.   This database tool will allow the development proponent and/or project tenant(s) to submit to MassDOT an annual Transportation Monitoring Program Report on the implementation of the TDM program for the first five years of operation. This tool will allow MassDOT to review reports for operational effectiveness and provide suggestions for adjustments or improvements to the program. Developers will have the ability to submit data and relevant documents related to Section 61 findings such as monitoring of trip-making and mode share, traffic volumes at key intersections that impact state highways, verification of infrastructure elements, including transportation system improvements, parking accommodations, and on-site amenities, as well as measures of infrastructure utilization.   MassRIDES will show a brief demo of the tool, which is still in development.  Attendees can get a first-hand look at advances in data collection as related to Developers and ongoing TDM program support.
Developer Database Tool for Complying with Section 61 Findings Related to Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6E: The State of the Practice of UAS Applications
Presenters: Daiheng Ni and Michael Plotnikov, UMassAmherst
Facilitator: Dr. Jeffery DeCarlo, MassDOT – Aeronautics Administrator
The objective of this research was to establish the state of the practice of unmanned aircraft system (UAS) applications in the transportation profession, with particular interest in understanding how other state departments of transportation across the United States are using UASs. To accomplish the objective, a survey was conducted among state departments of transportation to understand how they implemented UAS applications in their business. Based on the above understanding, recommendations were made regarding the development of an internal policy and a standard operating procedure for using UASs, as well as a pilot program consisting of three UAS applications in each division of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.
The State of the Practice of UAS Applications Presentation
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Concurrent Session 6

Session 6F: The Opportunities and Challenges for Autonomous Transportation
Presenters: Luisa Paiewonsky, Director, Center for Infrastructure Systems and Technology Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, U.S. Department of Transportation “Understanding Automated Vehicles – A Brief Overview”; Jonathan Koopmann, Acting Chief, Technology Innovation and Policy Division Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, U.S. Department of Transportation “Achieving Complete Vehicle Autonomy - Getting to Level 5”; Cathie Curtis, Director of Vehicle Programs American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), USA “Testing and Deployment of Autonomous Vehicle Transportation in the US"
Facilitator: Kate Fichter, Assistant Secretary of Policy Coordination Massachusetts Department of Transportation
The automobile and IT industries describe the use of autonomous vehicles (AVs) as a future where the use of self-driving cars fulfills the promise to significantly reduce vehicular traffic, deadly crashes and greenhouse gas emissions, and to improve access and mobility and air quality. A growing number of experts in the automobile and IT industries are cautioning that the fully autonomous vehicle, true Level 5 autonomy, may not become reality, for any car manufacturer, for many years. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Mass DOT) will host a panel presentation and discussion that will identify current trends in AV technology and commercialization, and describe the near-term and long–term opportunities for autonomous transportation and discuss the challenges facing the successful development of fully autonomous vehicles.
Achieving Complete Vehicle Autonomy - Getting to Level 5? Presentation
Automated and Connected Vehicles Presentation
Testing and Deployment of Autonomous Vehicle Transportation in the US Presentation
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Concurrent Session 7

Session 7F: STIC Meeting
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Reach Your Target Market at the Largest Innovations & Tech Transfer Exchange in Massachusetts!

When you Sponsor or Exhibit at The Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange your company or organization will be visited by over 600 professionals involved in Construction, Safety, Maintenance, Projects, Design, and Materials. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with your partners in the transportation industry. In addition, there will be several opportunities to promote your company or organization through special sponsorship opportunities leading up to and throughout the Exchange. Don’t miss the chance to be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at largest tech transfer event in the state!

ALL SPONSOR/EXHIBITOR BOOTH INCLUDES:
• 8 foot skirted table, one chair and one waste paper basket
• Additional chairs are available on request, depending on the number of attendees that your organization registers.
• Indicate any special considerations and requests, including electrical outlets. 

Exhibitors/Sponsors will be required to pay for any exhibit-specific audiovisual equipment, such as a table-top or free-standing TV-VCR. Please contact the Baystate Roads at 413-577-2762, for specific equipment costs.

Exhibitors can set up on March 6, between 10:00am and 2:00pm or March 7 between 6:00am and 7:30am. Exhibitors can enter through Door 4 on Major Taylor Blvd. prior to show hours.

Dismantling of exhibits may not occur prior to 1:00pm on March 8, 2017.

Online registration is now available. Click on the "Sponsor Fees" tab at the top of the page.

SPECIAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

GOLD LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a GOLD Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Gold Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Logo on event email and direct mail marketing materials.

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• Company banner displayed in main ballroom.

• Listing on workshop session agenda signs outside each room.

• Two complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $3,000.00

 

SILVER LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a SILVER Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Silver Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Logo on event email and direct mail marketing materials.

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• One complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $1,500.00

 

BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORSHIP

In addition to everything that an Exhibitor receives, a BRONZE Level Sponsor will also benefit from:

• Logo on event exhibitor website page under Bronze Level Sponsor (including link to sponsor’s website).

• Your company logo in the event brochure that is distributed the morning of the event.

• Logo and name in the conference slide show played throughout the day in the main ballroom.

• One complimentary attendee registrations.

Cost: $750.00

 

EXHIBITOR BOOTH

Your Exhibitor Booth Includes:

• A 8-foot skirted table, one chair and one waste paper basket

• Additional chairs are available on request, depending on the number of attendees registered by your organization

• One complimentary attendee registrations

• An electrical outlet

Cost: $500.00

For-Profit Fees include an exhibit booth and a complimentary conference registration, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks. Exhibitor assistants must pre-register online at $150.00 each.

NON PROFIT EXHIBITOR: $150.00

Includes an exhibit booth. Each agency attendee must pre-register online for the conference at $150.00 each. Non-Profit agencies interested in being a sponsor must pay regular sponsor fees.

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES: $150.00

Includes an exhibit booth. Each agency attendee must pre-register online for the conference at $75.00 each. Government agencies interested in being a sponsor must pay regular sponsor fees.

Online registration is now available. Click on the "Sponsor Fees" tab at the top of the page. Registration forms can also be emailed to avillani@umass.edu

EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION PACKAGE

 

Questions can be directed to Aldo Villani at the UMass Transportation One Center - (413) 577-2743.

 

Map for illustration purposes only. Booth location is approximate. Booth choice will be given to Gold Level Sponsors first, then Silver, then Bronze, then Exhibitors in order of paid registrations.

Venue

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The DCU Center

The Convention Center has 100,310 square feet of exhibit space, 23,636 square feet in 11 meeting rooms, and a 12,144 square foot ballroom, (the largest in Central Massachusetts). The DCU Center is designed and sized specifically for the professional fulfillment, comfort and budget of small to large-sized conventions, meetings, social events and trade shows.

• 58,960 square feet of contiguous Exhibition Space

• 2 Ballrooms

• 11 Meeting Rooms (inclusive of Ballrooms)

• 2 Lounges

• Exquisite Pre-function Space

• Superb In-house Catering

• Separate Entrances for all Exhibit Halls

• Utility Floor Boxes located on 30-ft. centers

• Sophisticated Communication and Utility Services

• Electric: 120, 208 and 480 volt

• Water In and Out

• Compressed Air

• Voice, Video, CATV, Telephone and Data Communication

• Satellite Down-Link Capabilities

• Adjustable Lighting Levels

• 3 Access Doors that provide direct entry for large semis and other equipment onto Exhibit Hall floor

• Floor Load: Exhibition Hall - 350 pounds per square feet
Ballrooms & Meeting Rooms - 100 pounds per square feet

• Ceiling heights:
Exhibit Hall-30'
Ballroom-19'
Jr. Ballroom-14'8"

• Meeting Rooms-13'6", Showcase Corner-36'

• Dock Height: 4' with adjustable dock levelers

• Handicap Accessible

Area Hotels

Hilton Garden Inn
35 Major Taylor Blvd, Worcester, MA 01608
Phone:(508) 753-5700

Courtyard Worcester
72 Grove St, Worcester, MA 01605
Phone:(508) 363-0300

Holiday Inn Express
110 Summer St, Worcester, MA 01608
Phone:(508) 757-0400

Schedule

Tuesday, March 7 • 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Registration/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

 

OPENING PLENARY: 8:30 AM – 8:45 AM

Thomas Tinlin, Highway Administrator, MassDOT

Break/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM

CONCURRENT SESSION #1: 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Break/Exhibits: 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM


CONCURRENT SESSION #2: 10:45 AM – Noon

LUNCHEON/KEYNOTE SPEAKER/NETWORKING: Noon - 1:00 PM

Jeff McEwen, Division Administrator, FHWA


CONCURRENT SESSION #3: 1:00 PM- 2:15 PM

Break/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM


CONCURRENT SESSION #4: 2:45 PM- 4:00 PM

 

WTS/UMTC Reception: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

 

 FIRST FLOOR EVENTS


 Drones Demonstrations: Top of every hour

 

 Pedestrian Accessibility:  Quarter past every hour

 

 US Fish & Wildlife River Table:  Every half hour

 

 UHaul Demonstration: Quarter of every hour

 

Training Class: Class 2 Hoisting CEUs: 8:00 AM - NOON


Training Class: “Can You Hear Me Now?”: 8:00 AM


Training Class: “What’s Driving Through Your Work Zone”: 9:00 AM


Training Class: “Transporting Mowers & Heavy Equipment”: 11:00 AM


Training Class: “Keep Your Head On a Swivel”: 1:00 PM

 

ALL DAY ATTRACTIONS


 Full Size Work Zone Safety Set Up


 Mobile App Lounge/Charging Station


 Innovative Equipment Displays


Wednesday, March 8 • 7:30 am - 1:15 pm

Registration/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

 

OPENING PLENARY: 8:30 AM – 8:45 AM

Karyn Polito, Lieutenant Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

 

Break/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM

CONCURRENT SESSION #5: 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Break/First & Third Floor Exhibits: 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM


CONCURRENT SESSION #6: 10:45 AM – Noon

LUNCHEON/KEYNOTE SPEAKER/NETWORKING: Noon - 1:00 PM

Patricia Leavenworth, Chief Engineer for the MassDOT Highway Division

STIC Meeting: 1:00 PM- 3:15 PM

 

 

 FIRST FLOOR EVENTS


 Drones Demonstrations: Top of every hour

 

 Pedestrian Accessibility:  Quarter past every hour

 

 US Fish & Wildlife River Table:  Every half hour

 

 UHaul Demonstration: Quarter of every hour

 

Training Class: Class 2 Hoisting CEUs: 8:00 AM - NOON


Training Class: “Can You Hear Me Now?”: 8:00 AM


Training Class: “What’s Driving Through Your Work Zone”: 9:00 AM


Training Class: “Transporting Mowers & Heavy Equipment”: 11:00 AM

 

ALL DAY ATTRACTIONS


 Full Size Work Zone Safety Set Up


 Mobile App Lounge/Charging Station


 Innovative Equipment Displays

 

 
 
Directions

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Directions to the DCU Center

The DCU Center's street address is 50 Foster Street, Worcester, MA 01608. Please see the below directions to help you find us from your location.
Get directions from the:
Public Transportation / North / Northeast / East / Southeast / South / Southwest / West / Northwest / Airports

By Public Transportation:
The MBTA commuter rail can be taken to Union Station, 34 Washington Square in Worcester. Union Station is located less than half a mile from the DCU Center. To walk from Union Station to the DCU Center, take a left upon exiting the station. Then, take a right onto Foster Street and follow Foster Street for about 0.2 miles. Once you've passed St. Vincent Hospital (on your right), cross the street to the DCU Center plaza. The Arena Box Office entrance will be directly in front of you. To enter the Convention Center, bear right down the plaza to Door #2, or Door #1 (revolving doors) on Major Taylor Blvd.

For commuter rail fares and schedules to and from Worcester, please visit the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) at www.mbta.com or by calling 617-222-5000.
WRTA
Parking at Union Station? If so, take advantage of the FREE WRTA Downtown Shuttle Loop. It stops along the route at designated bus stops.

From the North:
Sterling; Leominster; and Fitchburg: 
Take Rt. 12 S. to Rt. 190 S. to Rt. 290 W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.
Nashua, NH and Manchester, NH: 
Take Rt. 3 S. to Rt. 495 S. to Rt. 290 W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.



From the Northeast:
Marlborough; Lowell; Lawrence; Haverhill; and Portsmouth, NH: 
Take Rt. 495 S. Get off at Exit 25B. Take Rt. 290 W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.

Lincoln; Salem; and Concord:
Take Rt. 95 S (Rt. 128 S) to I- 90 W (the Mass Turnpike West) to Rt. 495 N. Get off at Exit 25B. Take Rt. 290 W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.


From the East:
Wellesley; Newton; Cambridge; and Boston: 
Take I-90W (Mass Turnpike West) to Rt. 495-N to Rt. 290-W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.

Framingham; Natick; Westborough; and Shrewsbury:
Take Rt. 9 W all the way into Worcester. When you get to the Worcester line, "White City Shopping Center" will be on the left. Stay on Rt. 9 and proceed to your 8th set of lights. Take a left onto Major Taylor Blvd. At the 4th set of lights, the DCU Center is on your right.


From the Southeast:
Uxbridge; Woonsocket, RI; Pawtucket, RI; Providence, RI; and Warwick, RI:
Take Rt. 146 N to Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the end of the ramp. At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.

Taunton; Attleboro; and Foxboro:
Take Rt. 495-N to Rt. 290-W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.

Falmouth, Hyannis, Provincetown:
Take Rt. 6 W to Rt. 28 S towards Providence, merge onto Rt. 25 W and stay straight onto Rt. 495 N to Rt. 290-W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.

Norwood, Brockton; and Quincy:
Take Rt. 95 N (Rt. 128 N) to I-90 W (the Mass Turnpike West) to Rt. 495 N to Rt. 290-W. Get off at Exit 18. Follow signs to the DCU Center.


From the South:
Webster; Putman, CT; Plainfield, CT; Norwich, CT; and New London, CT:
Take Rt. 395 N. to Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the end of the ramp. At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.


From the Southwest:
Sturbridge; Southbridge; Harford, CT; and New York, NY: 
Take I-90 E. (the Mass Turnpike East) to Exit 10 (Auburn). After the tollbooth, bear left at the fork. Take Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp (there is a light). At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.


From the West:
Sturbridge; Southbridge; Harford, CT; and New York, NY: 
Take I-90 E. (the Mass Turnpike East) to Exit 10 (Auburn). After the tollbooth, bear left at the fork. Take Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp (there is a light). At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.



From the Northwest:
Barre; Athol; Orange; Greenfield; and Brattleboro, VT: 
Take Rt. 122 S., remaining on until you reach Worcester. Rt. 122 S becomes Pleasant Street. Stay straight Pleasant Street. Tun left onto Main Street. Turn right onto Foster Street. Follow Foster Street until you see the DCU Center on your left.


From Local Airports:
Worcester Regional Airport, Worcester, MA:
Turn left onto Airport Dr. and follow Airport Dr. to the end, bearing right at the bottom of the hill. Take right onto Pleasant St. Follow Pleasant St. for about 3 miles until you come to a rotary. Take the 3rd exit off the rotary onto Highland St. Follow Highland St. for approximately 1.5 miles, turn right onto Major Taylor Blvd. Follow Major Taylor Blvd. for approximately 0.1 miles, and the DCU Center will be on your right.

Logan Airport, Boston, MA: 
Take the Sumner Tunnel to Rt. 93 S, to I-90 W (the Mass Turnpike West). Get off at Exit 10 (Auburn). After the tollbooth, bear left at the fork. Take Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp (there is light). At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.

Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT: 
Take Rt. 91 N to I-90 E. (the Mass Turnpike East) to Exit 10 (Auburn). After the tollbooth, bear left at the fork. Take Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp (there is a light). At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.

Manchester Airport, Manchester, NH: 
Take Rt. 3 S. to Rt. 495 S. to Rt. 290 W. Get off at Exit 16. Take a right at the end of the ramp. At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left.

TF Green Airport, Warwick, RI:
Take Rt. 95 N to Rt. 146 N to Rt. 290 E. Get off at Exit 16. Take a left at the end of the ramp. At the 3rd set of lights (Major Taylor Blvd.), the DCU Center is on your left
.

Please Consider Using Public Transportation:

The MBTA commuter rail can be taken to Union Station, 34 Washington Square in Worcester. Union Station is located less than half a mile from the DCU Center. To walk from Union Station to the DCU Center, take a left upon exiting the station. Then, take a right onto Foster Street and follow Foster Street for about 0.2 miles. Once you've passed St. Vincent Hospital (on your right), cross the street to the DCU Center plaza. The Arena Box Office entrance will be directly in front of you. To enter the Convention Center, bear right down the plaza to Door #2, or Door #1 (revolving doors) on Major Taylor Blvd.For commuter rail fares and schedules to and from Worcester, please visit the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) at www.mbta.com or by calling 617-222-5000.
 

WRTA

Parking at Union Station? If so, take advantage of the FREE WRTA Downtown Shuttle Loop. It stops along the route at designated bus stops.

 



Map of parking locations

 

Attendees
First Name Affiliation
Kwame AECOM
John Northland JCB
Michael 3M
Neil Town of Eastham
Roy StreetScan Inc.
June US Fish & Wildlife Service
Marylou Women in Transportation-WTS
Bill Town of Rockport
Russell Town of Granby
Jonathan Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Pamela Smedley Aerial Lifts
Matthew Town of Rockport
Richard Town of Westford
Stephen FHWA MA
Keith Town of Littleton
Eric Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Ryan Northland JCB
Brian Technical Education Products
Christopher Town of Becket
Randy Microdesk of New England
John Nitco Lift
David XL Hybrids
Dick Technical Education Products
Rick Technical Education Products
Barry Bobcat
Arthur Trinity Highway Rentals
Mike City of Beverly
Steve Town of Winthrop
Christine Precision Trenchless
Michael Town of Westford
Chris AECOM
David FHWA MA
Katie Tri-County Equipment
Bob Tri-County Equipment
Dennis HNTB Corporation
Mike Paving & Maintenance Supply Inc (PMSI)
Richard BMC Corp
Brad Town of Blandford
Nichole Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Nick Paving Maintenance Supply (PMSI)
John City of Chelsea
John Town of Granby
David Town of Granby
John Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Jon-Erik StreetScan Inc.
Paige Town of Foxborough
John Filtrexx Northeast Systems
Paul V&S Galvinizer
Tom Technical Education Products
James Environmental Partners Group Inc
Jim Northland JCB
Dave Raymond Bucket Guys (RBG) Inc.
Abbie ACEC
Don Town of Rockport
Joshua FHWA MA
Al Town of Lexington
Ray Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Stephen Contech Engineering Solutions
Geoffrey Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
James FHWA MA
Andrew Sensible Spreader
Mike Town of Westwood
Tomasz FHWA MA
Jim Tetra Tech, Inc.
Jonathan Volpe (The National Transportation Systems Center)
Cassandra City of Medford
Jerry Precision Trenchless
Chris Town of Lexington DPW
Gary Town of Rockport
Amy City of Fitchburg
Timothy CN Wood
Tim Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Mario Michael Baker International
Lori MA Operational Services Division
Paul FHWA MA
Matthew Smedley Aerial Lifts
Jeff FHWA MA
Mike Paving Maintenance Supply (PMSI)
Tim Town of Grafton
Dennis Design Consultants Inc
Varsha Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
Promise FHWA MA
Donald City of Greenfield
Jack Pexco, LLC/Davidson Traffic Control Products
Devon Raymond Bucket Guys (RBG) Inc.
Dan Sealcoating, Inc.
John Concrete Systems Inc.
Brian Town of Granby
Karyn Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Eric CHA Companies (NH)
Gene AutomaTech, Inc.
Brian Patch Management (PMI)
Matt Town of North Reading
Mike Precision Trenchless
Erin MassDOT
John Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
John TrafFix Devices
Meg MA Commission for the Blind (MCB)
Glenn Big R Bridge (Corporate)
Shawn Town of Narragansett (RI) DPW
Chris SITECH Northeast
Nancy Town of North Attleboro
Steve CN Wood
Michael CDM Smith (World Headquarters)
Brian Patch Management (PMI)
William Green International Affiliates
Benjamin Altec Inc.
Sierra Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
James Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Lisa CDM Smith (RI)
Anthony Paving Maintenance Supply (PMSI)
Matthew City of Springfield DPW
Paul University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Christopher Tighe & Bond
Tomas TranSystems
Mike VHB
Glen Plasticade
Louis Town of Westford
Jason Town of Narragansett (RI) DPW
Brad US Fish & Wildlife Service
Jessie Bobcat
Erica Town of Bolton
Ben US Fish & Wildlife Service
Brandon FHWA MA
Bob MDI Traffic Control Products
Hellyar CDM Smith (World Headquarters)
Steve Microdesk
Youssef MassDOT District 4
Dean MassDOT District 3
Melissa MassDOT District 3
Daryl MassDOT District 2
Kwame MassDOT Aeronautics Division
Laurence MassDOT Research & Materials
Dominic MassDOT
Alex MassDOT District 6
Nick MassDOT Research & Materials
Cassandra MassDOT
Joseph MassDOT District 5
Sarah MassDOT
Mahmood MassDOT District 3
Robert MassDOT District 5
Josh MassDOT
Michael MassDOT
Lyris MassDOT
Emily MassDOT
Stephen MassDOT District 3
Jason MassDOT District 3
Robbin MassDOT
Bill MassDOT
Mike MassDOT District 5
Kush MassDOT
Amy MassDOT District 2
Matthew MassDOT District 1
Nicolas MassDOT
David MassDOT District 5
Maribelle MassDOT Research & Materials
Curtis MassDOT
Ethan MassDOT
Christopher MassDOT
Dennis MassDOT
Jason MassDOT District 6
Cody MassDOT
Daniel MassDOT
Catherine-Hong MassDOT
Kevin MassDOT
Fidelis MassDOT District 4
Anthony MassDOT District 6
Peter MassDOT District 4
Brian MassDOT District 1
Michael MassDOT
Lisa MassDOT Highway Call Center
Michael MassDOT District 5
Andrea MassDOT District 5
Joao MassDOT
Peter MassDOT District 4
Pete MassDOT
David MassDOT District 5
Megan MassDOT District 1
Vanita MassDOT
Janssen MassDOT District 5
Alex MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT District 4
Thomas MassDOT
Joe MassDOT District 5
Susan MassDOT
john MassDOT District 3
Phyllis MassDOT
Courtney MassDOT District 6
John MassDOT District 2
Thomas MassDOT District 3
Bryan MassDOT Research & Materials
Christopher MassDOT
Brian MassDOT District 5
Hishan MassDOT
Michael MassDOT
Joseph MassDOT
Hanan MassDOT
Kate MassDOT
Joseph MassDOT District 3
Arthur MassDOT District 3
Keri MassDOT District 5
Jaime MassDOT MBTA
John MassDOT District 6
Mark MassDOT
Christian MassDOT District 1
John MassDOT District 4
Francis MassDOT District 5
Mary MassDOT Highway Division
Mark MassDOT
Erin MassDOT Highway Division
Jonathan MassDOT District 3
Heather MassDOT Highway Division
Laura MassDOT District 2
Diane MassRIDES
Pamela MassDOT District 5
Walter MassDOT District 6
Melissa MassDOT
Matt MassDOT
John MassDOT Security & Emergency Management (S&EM)
Zachary MassDOT District 6
Philip MassDOT District 4
KWABENA MassDOT District 3
Michael MassDOT District 4
George MassDOT District 4
Connor MassDOT
Paul MassDOT District 2
Cate MassDOT
Dave MassDOT
Eamon MassDOT
Valerie MassDOT
Erin MassDOT
Mark MassDOT District 5
Rajadurai MassDOT District 6
Sara MassDOT Aeronautics Division
Herrio MassDOT District 4
Roy MassDOT
Lou MassDOT District 5
Emma MassDOT
Maureen MassDOT
Aniko MassDOT MBTA
Patricia MassDOT
Derek MassDOT Research & Materials
Donna MassDOT
Koby MassDOT
Jon MassDOT District 2
Brian MassDOT District 4
Kevin MassDOT
Barry MassDOT District 3
John MassDOT
Thomas MassDOT Aeronautics Division
Nagina MassDOT District 4
Paul MassDOT District 4
James MassDOT District 3
Pamela MassDOT District 3
Patrick MassDOT
Richard MassDOT District 2
Susan MassDOT
Cindy MassDOT District 5
Maggie MassDOT Research & Materials
Carrie MassDOT Highway Division
Patrick MassDOT District 5
Amy MassDOT District 1
Ryan MassDOT
Katie MassDOT District 2
Drew MassDOT Aeronautics Division
Steven MassDOT
Sean MassDOT District 2
Ethan MassDOT District 2
John MassDOT District 4
David MassDOT
Quinn MassDOT
Timothy MassDOT HOC
Richard MassDOT District 1
Adam MassDOT District 3
Edmund MassDOT
Robert MassDOT
Jesse MassDOT
Penny MassDOT
Nexwan MassDOT District 4
Alex MassDOT District 4
Eric MassDOT
Andrew MassDOT
Corey MassDOT
Michael MassDOT
Joseph MassDOT Highway Call Center
Adetoyin MassDOT District 5
Hongyan (Lily) MassDOT
Tracy MassDOT
Jeremiah MassDOT District 3
Hugo MassDOT District 1
Robert MassDOT
Raymond MassDOT District 2
Rohith Prakash MassDOT
Timothy MassDOT District 4
Ashish MassDOT Highway Division
Meredith MassDOT
Stephen MassDOT
Kathleen MassDOT
Klodian MassDOT District 3
Kevin MassDOT District 1
John MassDOT
Behnam MassDOT
Alexandra MassDOT District 1
Jennifer MassDOT District 2
Stephen MassDOT District 3
Ammie MassDOT
Michael MassDOT District 3
Sam MassDOT
Jonathan MassDOT District 1
Timothy MassDOT
David MassDOT
Gabriel MassDOT
Shirley MassDOT District 3
Victor MassDOT Highway Division
Paula MassDOT District 2
Bryan MassDOT
Douglas MassDOT
Linda MassDOT District 6
Claudia MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT
Margo MassDOT
Laura MassDOT District 1
David MassDOT
Lori MassDOT District 6
Paul MassDOT
Kathryn MassDOT District 1
Frank MassDOT District 4
Hichame MassDOT
Eric MassDOT
Jean-Pierre MassDOT District 3
Jamey MassDOT
Bindu MassDOT
Thomas MassDOT
Nicole MassDOT
William MassDOT District 5
William MassDOT
Ramakrishna MassDOT Highway Division
Geraldine MassDOT District 6
Zach MassDOT
Jacqueline MassDOT District 3
Leonard MassDOT
James MassDOT District 2
Frederik MassDOT District 4
Andrew MassDOT
Jules MassDOT
Scott MassDOT
Akosua MassDOT Research & Materials
Daniel MassDOT District 4
Edmundo MassDOT Highway Division
Nicholas MassDOT
Katy MassDOT
Megan Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Scott CDM Smith (RI)
David MassDOT
Steve VHB
Alexander MassDOT
Anne MassDOT
Kristen Private Citizen
Chase Private Citizen
Rockie Blunt Consulting Group
Thomas Town of Warren
Neil MassDOT
Mark MassDOT Research & Materials
Eleni University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Matthew MassDOT
Kenneth FHWA MA
Bryan MassDOT
Peter VHB
Tasha Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
James MassDOT
Jeff MassDOT Aeronautics Division
John GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Jackie MassDOT
Tim MassDOT
Gregory FHWA MA
Jason FHWA MA
William Signal 54 Training
James U-Haul International
Nicole City of Newton DPW
Marco U-Haul International
Shannon MassDOT
John MassDOT Research & Materials
Lana MA Operational Services Division
Mark VHB
Scott MassDOT
Francisca MassDOT District 1
Donald Town of Brookfield
Mike TrafFix Devices
David VHB
Kevin CDM Smith (RI)
Jessica MassDOT
Gregory MassDOT
Philip MIT
Terese GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Jennifer Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
Eric MDI Traffic Control Products
Brian KCI Technologies
Mike MassDOT
Paul Michael Baker International
Jack MassDOT District 4
Michelle Federal Railroad Administration
Dave VHB
Mohammed MassDOT District 3
Diane MassDOT
Seyedeh University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Albert VHB
Susan VHB
Chester MassDOT HOC
Thomas BL Companies (Corporate)
Lorenzo MassDOT
Andrew MassDOT
Peter VHB
Mary-Joe MassDOT District 5
Donald MassDOT
Jon Trinity Highway Rentals
Michael UMTC
Alek Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Laurene MassDOT
Stephanie MassDOT
Mike Patrick Engineering, Inc.
David Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Ginna MassDOT
Guy MassDOT
Mary Michael Baker International
Michael LandTech Consultants, Inc.
Stephen Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition
Randy KCI Technologies
Conor Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Salar Northeastern University
Jose MassDOT
Michael UMTC
Bryan Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge
Gary MassRIDES
Leslie Volpe (The National Transportation Systems Center)
Anna Milone & MacBroom
Peter MassDOT
Allison MassDOT MBTA
Alison Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Michael TranSystems
John Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Daniel VHB
Sarah VHB
Rebecca Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Tim MassDOT Research & Materials
Brian Tetra Tech, Inc.
Glenn Altec Inc.
Ashley Unilock
Kimberly Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Samantha Dewberry
Meredith VHB
Ryan All States Materials Group
Art Sealcoating, Inc.
Dennis HNTB Corporation
Basil AI Engineers, Inc. (MA)
Lindsey Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Craig Liddell Brothers, Inc.
Bruce CDR Maguire, Inc. (RI)
Michael AI Engineers, Inc. (MA)
Kim TranSystems
Richard WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Phil EMSEAL Joint Systems
Andy WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Robert Alfred Benesch & Co. (MA)
Paul Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Robert All States Materials Group
Arthur Toole Design Group
Karen Keville Enterprises
Chris Stantec
Rich All States Materials Group
Jim All States Materials Group
Brian Patrick Engineering, Inc.
Andrew VHB
John CLD Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Joe HNTB Corporation
Robert CHA Companies (NH)
Christopher Tetra Tech, Inc.
Wayne SPS New England, Inc.
Joseph CDR Maguire, Inc. (CT)
Eric BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Pompeo McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
Heidi Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Andy EMSEAL Joint Systems
Jessica Microdesk
Matthew VHB
Aaron Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Shih-Yung BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Les Geosciences Testing and Research - GTR
Alan All States Materials Group
Lori Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Todd Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Bob KCI Technologies
Ned WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Dan E.J. Prescott
Jennifer WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Fran Sealcoating, Inc.
Kathryn HDR
Don VHB
Benjamin GCP Applied Technologies
Dave Comprehensive Environmental, Inc. (CEI NH)
JOSHUA Environmental Partners Group Inc
Bill VHB
Jeremy Ennis Flint
Michael Green International Affiliates
Matt TranSystems
Aleece Stantec
Thomas Gannett Fleming
Kevin TEC, Inc.
Scott TranSystems
Jackie Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Robert Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Dan Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Scott Michael Baker International
Fred Media Wing, LLC/Airshark
Aaron Liddell Brothers, Inc.
James AECOM
Lindsey The Lane Construction Corporation
Emad Nitsch Engineering
Marla WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Christer Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Helmut SPS New England, Inc.
Alexander Tighe & Bond
Stephen Nitsch Engineering
Robert CHA Companies (NH)
Amanda TranSystems
Jeff Dewberry
Michael BL Companies (Corporate)
Kevin TEC Solutions Inc.
Dennis AECOM
Colby All States Materials Group
Chris Oldcastle Precast
Joe BETA Group, Inc.
Irene EMSEAL Joint Systems
Heather VHB
Paul Environmental Partners Group Inc
Peter Dewberry
Kevin CONTECH Engineered Solutions
David Design Consultants Inc
Nicholas BL Companies (Corporate)
David Turino Group
Joseph Gill Engineering
Amanda UMass Amherst
Michael VHB
Gerald Strescon Limited
Mark Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Matthew SPS New England, Inc.
Carey Trinity Highway Rentals
Linda CLD Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Chris SPS New England, Inc.
Jerome Design Consultants Inc
Stephen Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Robert Private Citizen
James McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
Caroline VHB
Dave Environmental Partners Group Inc
Gary Stantec
Ingeborg BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Kien BETA Group, Inc.
John Milone and MacBroom
Allison Tetra Tech, Inc.
Harold All States Materials Group
Matthew WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Benny Environmental Partners Group Inc
Fayssal Nitsch Engineering
David Ennis Flint
Ko Green International Affiliates
Heather Michael Baker International
Sean Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Darshan BETA Group, Inc.
Daniel
Kelley John Turner Consulting, Inc. (NH)
Dan SPS New England, Inc.
Alfred Nobis Engineering, Inc.
Jonathan HNTB Corporation
Debit CHA Companies (NH)
Joanna BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Matthew Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Tim D.W.White Construction, Inc.
Christine BETA Group, Inc.
Keith Esri
Matt Nitco Lift
Mark HNTB Corporation
Susan VHB
Matt SITECH Northeast
Andrea Tighe & Bond
Aaron Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Ken Pultrall Inc.
Kevin J.F. White Contracting
Nicholas Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Christopher Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions
Stephanie Boston University Medical Center
Alan Unistress Corporation
Andrew Gill Engineering
Conrad BETA Group, Inc.
Adam Plastic Safety Systems (PSS)
Richard WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Kimberly BL Companies (Corporate)
Bo Migma Systems
Michael McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
Thomas BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Matthew Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Evan TranSystems
Scott Paving Maintenance Supply (PMSI)
Bill E.J. Prescott
Erik Tetra Tech, Inc.
Peter Felix A. Marino Co., Inc.
Karin S & R Corporation
Dan McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
David Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Dimitri Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Patrick HDR
Greg Bridge Preservation
William BETA Group, Inc.
Sean E.J. Prescott
David Plastic Safety Systems (PSS)
Tim SPS New England, Inc.
John McNulty Construction Corp
Edwin Dewberry
Kristen Turino Group
Jed McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
Dan Private Citizen
Bill WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Rocco E.J. Prescott
John Nitsch Engineering
Dan MDM Transportation Consultants
Christine AI Engineers, Inc. (MA)
Jean Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Eric VHB
Jessica Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Paul Private Citizen
Colleen City Point Partners LLC
John CHA Companies (NH)
Micah BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Fred Stantec
Ellen Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Jay City Point Partners LLC
Paul Gill Engineering
Lawrence CDM Smith (World Headquarters)
Mike TEC, Inc.
Bob SPS New England, Inc.
Scott Miliken Infrastructure
Radu Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Alyssa HATCH Marketing
Chris TranSystems
Mark Tetra Tech, Inc.
Liz HNTB Corporation
Sean Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Margaret WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Sam BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
KELLY TY LIN INTERNATIONAL
Charles BL Companies (Corporate)
William BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Anant Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Beth Tetra Tech, Inc.
Soni Tetra Tech, Inc.
Thomas BL Companies (Corporate)
Jason SPS New England, Inc.
Robert VHB
Mark SPS New England, Inc.
Kenneth BETA Group, Inc.
Essek HNTB Corporation
John Gill Engineering
Andrew The Lane Construction Corporation
Michael WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Ed Jacobs
John Construction Industries of Massachusetts
Ron All States Materials Group
Luciano Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Peter BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Dennis Stantec
Olivia Gill Engineering
Dorothy HAGER-RICHTER
Brian Paving Maintenance Supply (PMSI)
Tom Michael Baker International
Peter All States Materials Group
Jason John Turner Consulting, Inc. (MA)
Nicole Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Mauricio Filtrexx Northeast Systems
Henry Plasticade
Dan BMC Corp
Teresa TranSystems
Jeffrey McFarland-Johnson, Inc.
Jerome Patrick Engineering, Inc.
Steve Fuss & O'Neill Inc.
Roy Milone and MacBroom
John CHA Companies (NH)
Rita PCI Northeast
John Pare Corporation
Matt BETA Group, Inc.
Matt Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Christopher HNTB Corporation
Michael GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Peter TRC Companies
Scott Northeast Traffic Control
Amy Gill Engineering
Mark Collins Engineers, Inc.
Mike Transit X
John Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Jim City Point Partners LLC
Glenn Gannett Fleming
Pete Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Tom Howard Stein Hudson, Boston (HSH)
Andy Autodesk, Inc.
Michael Collins Engineers, Inc.
Brian Turino Group
Charles HDR
Sonnia AECOM
Alexander Collins Engineers, Inc.
Patrick Michael Baker International
Tony HDR
Nicholas WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Adriaunna Environmental Partners Group Inc
Laura Environmental Partners Group Inc
Frank Green International Affiliates
Jody TEC, Inc.
Michelle Boston University Medical Center
Peter Jacobs
Lenny TranSystems
Alan Sealcoating, Inc.
Doug HDR
Kevin Pare Corporation
Christopher Diversified Technology Consultants, Inc.
Matthew LandTech Consultants, Inc.
Edward Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Erin Migma Systems
Ellen Patrick Engineering, Inc.
Colin Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI)
Janine BSC Group, Inc. (Main Office)
Kristine VHB
John WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Ian Beals & Thomas, Inc. (Corporate Office)
Kevin The Lane Construction Corporation
Kevin Turino Group
Adam Dewberry
Teryne Massachusetts Port Authority (MassPort)
Heidi Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
Robert City of Boston
Maggie New Hampshire DOT
Tonya Town of Wilbraham
Amy University of New Hampshire
Stephen Town of North Reading
David Town of Devens DPW
Joseph Town of Blandford
Matthew Town of Wakefield
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Bill New Hampshire DOT
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Mike Town of Maynard
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Michael Town of Mendon
Michelle FTA Region 1 (MA)
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Ethan Town of Leverett
Brian Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC)
Jacob Town of Maynard
Kristin Town of Bedford DPW
Chuck New Hampshire DOT
Jared Town of Oxford
Charles Town of Andover Police Department
Alison Metropolitan Area Planning Council - MAPC
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David Town of Easton
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Carl Town of Bedford DPW
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Brian Town of Bedford DPW
George Montachusett Regional Planning Commission (MRPC)
Tim Town of Harvard
Ryan Town of Natick
Mark New Hampshire DOT
David City of Salem
Ed Town of Townsend
Scott Town of Natick Police Department
Andrew Town of North Reading
Chris FTA Region 1 (MA)
Jerry Town of Wilmington
George New Hampshire Technology Transfer Center
Todd City of Boston
John Town of Lexington DPW
Lev Cape Cod Commission
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Michelle New Hampshire DOT
Prince Town of North Reading
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Jeff Town of Maynard DPW
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Ed Town of Wilbraham
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Keith Structural Preservation Systems
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Eric FTA Region 1 (MA)
Doug Town of Bedford DPW
Theresa City of Lawrence
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William City of Peabody
Danny City of New Bedford
David Town of Rehoboth
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Jason Town of Bedford DPW
Giovanna City of Salem
Nick Town of Shrewsbury
Todd Town of Somers (CT) DPW
Vincent Town of Upton
Melissa Central Mass Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC)
Chuck New Hampshire DOT
Ann New Hampshire DOT
Stephen City of Newton
Matthew Town of Chesterfield
Michael City of Boston
Michael Town of North Reading
Nancy New Hampshire DOT
William Town of Wilbraham
Adrienne Town of Bedford DPW
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Richard Town of Wakefield
Dean Town of Concord
Greg Town of Easton
Alan Town of Mendon
John Town of Milton
Chris Town of Milton
Matti Town of Maynard
Steven Town of Spencer
Daniel Town of Ayer
Marlo Town of Hadley
Matt Town of Lexington DPW
John Town of Hopkinton
Mark Town of Ayer
John Town of Holden
Samantha Town of Natick
Chris UMTC
Erin University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Jesus University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Lauren University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Jeff UMTC
Brenda UMTC
LeighAnn University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Robert University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
John WorldTech Engineering, LLC
Kathryn UMTC
Michelle UMTC
Cole University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Kim UMTC
Christine Town of Amherst
Mike UMTC
Chris University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Mary University of CT T2 Center
Rohith University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Renee University of Colorado - Boulder
Farah University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Bhavana University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Kassandra UMTC
Akshaey UMTC
Foroogh UMTC
Cynthia UMTC
Francis UMass Amherst
Janellle UMTC
Aldo UMTC
Nathan University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
Matthew Comprehensive Environmental, Inc. (CEI NH)
David Comprehensive Environmental, Inc. (CEI NH)