New England Transportation Consortium VII

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(373)
Lead Organization: Maine Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1456
Partners: CT, MA, ME, NHDOT, RI, VT
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date: Dec 31, 2024
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2023
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $2,100,000.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Dale Peabody
Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Phone: 207- 624-3305
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Chris Jolly
Christopher.Jolly@dot.gov
Phone: 802-828-4433 updated 7/7/01-
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
Rhode Island Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Michael Sock Michael Sock michael.sock@dot.ri.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov

Study Description

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 TPF-5(222), TPF-5(201), TPF-5(168), 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. The New England Transportation Consortium (NETC) is a research cooperative between the state DOTs of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The NETC is a valuable regional partnership for the identification, prosecution and dissemination of shared transportation research initiatives. The NETC represents: ?Financial leveraging opportunities and regional partnerships. ?Stronger partnerships between university faculty and state DOTs. ?User-defined, diverse research topics. ?Opportunities for research dissemination and training to practitioners in the field. Now in its third decade, the NETC was developed to help New England states meet their special research needs by pooling resources and expertise. The NETC is now a well-established successful multistate partnership.

Objectives

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.

Scope of Work

To conduct various NETC research projects, which address primarily the priority needs of the New England States, as determined annually. The NETC Lead State shall hire a coordinator for a four year term to provide research program management administrative duties such as coordinating the annual problem statement submittal process, organizing meetings to conduct NETC business, managing the research portfolio and conducting technology transfer leading to implementation of research results. Annually the NETC Coordinator shall solicit problem statements from the member states. The problem statements are sponsored by one or more of the member state DOT's. A preliminary literature review is conducted prior to submittal to ensure the research has not already been done elsewhere. The problem statements shall be compiled by the NETC Coordinator and presented to the Advisory Committee. From the problem statements submitted, the Advisory Committee DOT members will select those considered to have the highest priority for funding within the amount of funds available and recommend them to the NETC Policy Committee for development of scope by the Technical Committees and subsequently for RFP solicitation by the lead state.

Comments

Active Study URL: https://www.newenglandtransportationconsortium.org/

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Quarterly Progress Report Oct Dec 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress report July Sept 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report Jan March 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report Oct Dec 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report October December 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July Sept 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July September 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report October December 2018 TPF-5(373) QR 2018Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July September 2018 TPF-5(373) QR 2018Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form - april_ june_2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report January March 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form - jan_march_2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Acceptance Letter signed acceptance letter.pdf Other Public
Waiver request lettet #1456 Waiver Request Letter.pdf Other Public
Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Approved Waiver Memo Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1456.pdf Memorandum Public

New England Transportation Consortium VII

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(373)
Lead Organization: Maine Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1456
Partners: CT, MA, ME, NHDOT, RI, VT
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date: Dec 31, 2024
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2023
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $2,100,000.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Dale Peabody
Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Phone: 207- 624-3305
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Chris Jolly
Christopher.Jolly@dot.gov
Phone: 802-828-4433 updated 7/7/01-
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Connecticut Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Melanie Zimyeski Melanie Zimyeski (860)594-2144 Melanie.Zimyeski@ct.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Dale Peabody Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Lily Oliver Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
New Hampshire Department of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Ann Scholz Ann Scholz 603-271-1659 ann.scholz@dot.nh.gov
Rhode Island Department of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Michael Sock Michael Sock michael.sock@dot.ri.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2018 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2019 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2020 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov
Vermont Agency of Transportation 2021 $100,000.00 Emily Parkany Emily Parkany (802) 272-6862 Emily.Parkany@vermont.gov

Study Description

Study Description

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 TPF-5(222), TPF-5(201), TPF-5(168), 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. The New England Transportation Consortium (NETC) is a research cooperative between the state DOTs of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The NETC is a valuable regional partnership for the identification, prosecution and dissemination of shared transportation research initiatives. The NETC represents: ?Financial leveraging opportunities and regional partnerships. ?Stronger partnerships between university faculty and state DOTs. ?User-defined, diverse research topics. ?Opportunities for research dissemination and training to practitioners in the field. Now in its third decade, the NETC was developed to help New England states meet their special research needs by pooling resources and expertise. The NETC is now a well-established successful multistate partnership.

Objectives

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.

Scope of Work

To conduct various NETC research projects, which address primarily the priority needs of the New England States, as determined annually. The NETC Lead State shall hire a coordinator for a four year term to provide research program management administrative duties such as coordinating the annual problem statement submittal process, organizing meetings to conduct NETC business, managing the research portfolio and conducting technology transfer leading to implementation of research results. Annually the NETC Coordinator shall solicit problem statements from the member states. The problem statements are sponsored by one or more of the member state DOT's. A preliminary literature review is conducted prior to submittal to ensure the research has not already been done elsewhere. The problem statements shall be compiled by the NETC Coordinator and presented to the Advisory Committee. From the problem statements submitted, the Advisory Committee DOT members will select those considered to have the highest priority for funding within the amount of funds available and recommend them to the NETC Policy Committee for development of scope by the Technical Committees and subsequently for RFP solicitation by the lead state.

Comments

Active Study URL: https://www.newenglandtransportationconsortium.org/

Title File/Link Type Private
Waiver request lettet #1456 Waiver Request Letter.pdf Other Public
Acceptance Letter signed acceptance letter.pdf Other Public
Progress Report January March 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form - jan_march_2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form - april_ june_2018.docx Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July September 2018 TPF-5(373) QR 2018Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report October December 2018 TPF-5(373) QR 2018Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July September 2019 TPF-5(373) QR 2019Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report July Sept 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report October December 2020 TPF-5(373) QR 2020Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report January March 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report Oct Dec 2021 TPF-5(373) QR 2021Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report Jan March 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q1.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report April June 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q2.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress report July Sept 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Progress Report Oct Dec 2022 TPF-5(373) QR 2022Q4.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Title File/Link Type Private
Approved Waiver Memo Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1456.pdf Memorandum Public

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