|Lead Organization:||Connecticut Department of Transportation|
|Partners:||CT, ME, NHDOT, NY, RI, VT|
|Est. Completion Date:|
|Last Updated:||Oct 20, 2011|
|Contract End Date:|
|Total Commitments Received:||$682,000.00|
|100% SP&R Approval:||Approved|
|Lead Study Contact(s):||James Sime|
|Organization||Year||Commitments||Technical Contact Name||Funding Contact Name||Contact Number||Email Address|
|Connecticut Department of Transportation||2007||$105,000.00||James Simefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Connecticut Department of Transportation||2008||$100,000.00||James Simeemail@example.com|
|Maine Department of Transportation||2008||$100,000.00||Dale Peabody||207- 624-3305||Dale.Peabody@maine.gov|
|New Hampshire Department of Transportation||2008||$100,000.00||Glenn Roberts||603-271-3151||Glenn.Roberts@dot.nh.gov|
|New York State Department of Transportation||2007||$72,000.00||Gary Frederick||Gary Frederickfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rhode Island Department of Transportation||2008||$105,000.00||Colin Franco||401222 email@example.com|
|Vermont Agency of Transportation||2008||$100,000.00||Jennifer Fitch||802-828-2553||Jennifer.Fitch@state.vt.us|
A transportation research program, where research projects are conducted primarily by the Land Grant Universities of the New England states. This study was preceded by SPR-3(089), SPR-3(029) and SPR-3(009). Other State DOTs may participate in individual research projects by providing funds and a project technical committee member to represent their agency.
To pool the financial, professional and academic resources of the region and to use them to research and develop improved methods of dealing with common problems in the planning, design, construction, maintenance, rehabilitation, reconstruction, and operation of transportation systems in the participating states. The program is intended to supplement, not to replace, ongoing state and federal research activities and other national programs such as the Cooperative Research Programs of the National Academies.
To conduct various NETC research projects, which address primarily the priority needs of the New England States, as determined annually.
This study has been cancelled and replaced with TPF-5(201), "New England Transportation Consortium (V), which is led by Vermont DOT.
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