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Pedestrian Safety Strategic Plan: Background Report

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Appendix III: Stakeholder Participants in Workshop I

Andrew Dannenberg, Centers for Disease Control
Anne Marie Doherty, NYC Pedestrian Coordinator
Dan Burden, Walkable Communities, Inc.
David Levinger, America Walks
Dennis Cannon, U.S. Access Board
Dennis Scott, FL DOT
Jana Lynott, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
Janet Barlow, Accessible Design for the Blind
John LaPlante, AASHTO Non-Motorized Committee
Laura Fraade-Blanar, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Lauren Marchetti, National Center for Safe Routes to School
Lois Thibault, U.S. Access Board
Kit Keller, Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals
Kristen Grove, Chicago Ped/Bike Coordinator
Marsha Mason, CALTRANS
Matthew Ridgway, ITE Non-Motorized Committee
Michael Cynecki, City of Phoenix Traffic Engineer
Richard F. Pain, Transportation Research Board
Richard Nassi, City of Tucson Traffic Engineer (retired)
Ron Van Houten, Western Michigan University
Sharon Roerty, National Center for Bicycling and Walking
Shawn Turner, Texas Transportation Institute/TRB Pedestrian Committee Chair
Stephen Krest, Farmington, Ped/Bike Coordinator
Thomas Huber, WI State Ped/Bike Coordinator

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