​​​​​Research​

Ideas
​Ongoing Projects​​Completed Items
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Details on NCHRP 25-25 research items can be found here.

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The SCOE Research Task Force includes a chair and representative from each SCOE subcommittee. 

The Task Force is responsible for overseeing the SCOE research process and the development of NCHRP research statements.  

Specifically, task force members do the following:

  • Assist subcommittee chair with overseeing the voting and prioritizing of research topics
  • Work with the subcommittee chair to schedule a conference call to discuss the voting results
  • Work with subcommittee members to develop NCHRP research statements
  • Work with the AASHTO research liaison to submit NCHRP statements
  • Attend the SCOE Annual Meeting and TRB Annual Meeting

The Chair of the Research Task Force is responsible for:

  • Managing the overall SCOE research process
  • Send important research updates to SCOE throughout the year

​Research Task Force Members


SubcommitteeMember(s)E-mail Address
ChairTony Opperman


A.Opperman@VDOT.virginia.gov

Air Quality, Climate Change, and Energy

Chris Voigt

 

Christopher.voigt@VDOT.virginia.gov

 

Community and Cultural ConcernsTony OppermanA.Opperman@VDOT.virginia.gov
Natural Resources

Ken Stone

Kristen Gade

stonek@wsdot.wa.gov

kgade@azdot.gov

Environmental ProcessMichael TrepanierMichael.trepanier@state.ma.us
General Info
For more information regarding the TERI database, research timeline, key contacts, and current research,
please click here for a Research 101.​​

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Visit the Center​ to learn more about transportation research efforts.