Federal Coordinating Lead Author:
Michael Culp, U.S. Department of Transportation
Chapter Lead:
Jennifer M. Jacobs, University of New Hampshire
Chapter Authors:
Lia Cattaneo, Harvard University (formerly U.S. Department of Transportation)
Paul Chinowsky, University of Colorado Boulder
Anne Choate, ICF
Susanne DesRoches, New York City Mayor's Office of Recovery and Resiliency and Office of Sustainability
Scott Douglass, South Coast Engineers
Rawlings Miller, WSP (formerly U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center)
Review Editor:
Jesse Keenan, Harvard University
USGCRP Coordinators:
Allyza Lustig, Program Coordinator
Kristin Lewis, Senior Scientist

Transportation

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