Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas

Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas


The Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas is governed by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Committee on Performance-Based Management (CPBM). The focus of this task force is to provide State DOTs with additional information and tools that support a robust performance management program by identifying emerging performance areas, making recommendations for future research, and creating a platform for knowledge exchange.


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Purpose

The CPBM Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas is an independent, volunteer panel of national experts in performance management and its related fields. The task force works to improve how State DOTs conduct performance management by identifying emerging performing areas, making recommendations for future research, and creating a platform for knowledge exchange. The task force works to shepherd the further development of performance measures that support bigger picture goals and the integration of new or emerging performance measures into agency decision-making.

Emerging performance areas are cross-cutting, and the task force expects to work across CPBM subcommittees and other AASHTO committees as appropriate. Particular performance areas of interest include multimodal accessibility/destination access, equity, resilience, greenhouse gas and other measures of climate change impacts, and health.

Goals

  1. Serve as the forum to advance ideas and examples of how state transportation agencies are implementing new and emerging performance measures.
  2. Work with the CBPM Professional Development and Technical Services Coordinating Subcommittee to develop and communicate guidance, training, and educational resources to assist with implementing and integrating new measures within a state transportation agency.
  3. Develop research proposals and problem statements for the development, implementation, and integration of new areas and measures in performance management and decision-making within a state transportation agency.
  4. Work collaboratively with the AASHTO and TRB communities and FHWA, USDOT, and other federal agencies to advance the practice of integrating new measures in performance management and decision making.

Leadership and Membership

  • Structure — Task Force of the Committees on Performance-Based Management.
  • Leadership — Co-Chairs as selected by the CPBM Chair and leadership team; Secretary as selected by the Co-Chairs.
  • Membership – Membership of the task force shall be governed by the CPBM charter; individuals are
    • State DOTs — Members of the task force can include one or more members from each state representing each parent committee or their designee.
    • Federal Agencies — FHWA, FTA, etc. Serve as a liaison for that agency and approved by the task force co-chairs.
    • Association — Members from relevant sister organizations to AASHTO to serve as a liaison that are approved by the task force co-chairs.
    • Research and Academic — A person(s) from an academic institution or private company that will serve as a knowledge resource given the work of the task force as deemed appropriate by the task force co-chairs.

Participation

Active participation is critical for our Task Force to be successful in its mission, which means we need you to be involved!  There are several different ways you can participate, including:

  • Please participate in our monthly Task Force web conferences. Join in the conversation. Offer your insight and perspectives.  Learn from others.
  • Attend our summer meetings. They occur each summer or other time of year in conjunction with another AASHTO meeting at a time and place determined by the taskforce leadership.
  • Assist with or lead one of the Task Force activities.

To get involved, please get in touch with either of the Task Force co-chairs at the e-mails or phone numbers shown below:

Meetings

Task Force on Emerging Performance Areas meet on the first Wednesday every month, between 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm.

First Name

Last Name

Email

Agency

Designation

Christos
Xenophontos
Rhode Island DOT
Member

Kelly
Travelbee
Michigan DOT
Secretary

Jack
Smith
North Dakota DOT
Member

Michael
Rossi
New York DOT
Member

Lori
Richter
Spy Pond Partners
Member

Peter
Rafferty
Cambridge Systematics
Member

Ting
Ma
District of Columbia DOT
Co-Chair

Matt
Hardy
AASHTO
AASHTO Liaison

Louis
Feagans
Indiana DOT
Member

Stephanie
Dock
District of Columbia DOT
Member

Edgardo
Block
Connecticut DOT
Member

Deanna
Belden
Minnesota DOT
Co-Chair

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CPBM

AASHTO Committee on Performance-Based Management


The Committee on Performance-Based Management addresses all aspects of performance management including asset, organizational, risk, and system performance management as it relates to federal regulations, current industry practices, and emerging approaches and concepts.

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Charge

Chair: Tim Henkel, Minnesota DOT
Vice Chair: Christos Xenophontos, Rhode Island DOT
Secretary: Karen Miller, Missouri DOT
Liaison: Matt Hardy, AASHTO

Understanding Performance Management

Performance management is the process of accountability and effectiveness that is measured against established goals or targets. Performance management helps guide State Transportation Agencies (STA) in critical decision making from planning through systems operations, including the agency’s own organizational performance.

Mission & Vision

The Committee on Performance-Based Management is dedicated to providing STAs the expertise and resources to support and help enhance performance and data-driven management practices and decision making and to create a results-driven environment that will promote organizational and system excellence. The Committee on Performance Based-Management will provide and communicate technical services and information; develop policy guidance and recommendations; facilitate communication practices; and support the professional development and capacity building of its members and others.

The committee shall be structured in a way to do the following:

  1. Focus on how organizations make strategic decisions to deliver the transportation program to the public by examining how transportation organizations link these strategies with work systems and key processes and align resources to:
    1. improve project and program delivery;
    2. demonstrate progress toward desired performance targets such as safety, system capacity, congestion/freight movement, physical assets and other areas for all modes; and
    3. deploy management strategies.
  2. Support STAs in how they improve the state of the practice in the deployment and usage of asset, organizational, risk, and system management tools, data collection, analysis techniques, and methods to assist in implementing management practices.
  3. Assess the use of measurement and assessment to facilitate communication that increases transparency, accountability and enhances results.
  4. Support members through the development of comparative information about organizational and systems management practices in established and emerging areas to facilitate shared learning and improve performance.
  5. Explore national and international trends, successful practices, and research related to performance-based management in order to support the Board of Directors in influencing the development of federal policy, programs, regulations, and guidance.
  6. Provide information and recommendations of how agencies best organize themselves and current performance management best practices (e.g., ISO, Lean, Six Sigma, etc.).

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Last Name

Email

Agency

Designation

Bob
Aiyuk
Nevada DOT
Member

Imad
Aleithawe
Mississippi DOT
Member

Nick
Alexander
New Hampshire DOT
Member

Chad
Allen
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Member

Edward
Austin
Alabama DOT
Member

Rachel
Bain
Massachusetts DOT
Member

Mike
Behm
South Dakota DOT
Member

Deanna
Belden
Minnesota DOT
Member

Andy
Bickmore
Maine DOT
Member

Edgardo
Block
Connecticut DOT
Member

Daniela
Bremmer
Washington State DOT
Member

Jennifer
Brickett
AASHTO
AASHTO Staff

Russell
Burgess
Washington State DOT
Member

William
Cass
New Hampshire DOT
Member

Jason
Champman
Lousiana DOTD
Member

Alex
legg
AASHTO
AASHTO Staff

Regina
Colson
Florida DOT
Member

Mark
Davis
Alaska DOT&PF
Member

Brian
Davis
Alabama
Member

Paul
Degges
Tennessee DOT
Member

Stephanie
Dock
District of Columbia DOT
Member

Shannon
Eggleston
AASHTO
AASHTO Staff

Gehan
Elsayed
West Virginia DOT
Member

Jim
Feda
South Carolina DOT
Member

Lori
Fisette
Rhode Island
Member

Keith
Fulton
Wyoming DOT
Member

Sreenath
Gangula
Washington State DOT
Member

Rob
Gebhardt
Oregon DOT
Member

Rebecca
Geyer
North Dakota DOT
Member

Mark
Gieseke
Minnesota DOT
Member

Giles
Giovinazzi
California DOT
Member

Angel
Gonzales
Oklahoma DOT
Member

Joseph
Gustin
Indiana DOT
Member

Tamara
Haas
New Mexico DOT
Member

Mike
Haley
Maryland DOT
Member

Matt
Hardy
AASHTO
Liaison

Shante
Hastings
Delaware DOT
Member

Jerry
Hatcher
Tennessee DOT
Member

Tim
Henkel
Minnesota DOT
Chair

Mike
Hill
Arkansas DOT
Member

Michael
Hopkins
Georgia DOT
Member

Ryan
Huff
Nebraska DOT
Member

Chris
Hundt
Michigan DOT
Member

Jacquelyn
Irving
Wisconsin DOT
Member

Moe
Jamshidi
Nebraska DOT
Member

William
Johnson
Colorado DOT
Member

Tim
Johnson
Pennsylvania DOT
Member

Paul
Johnson
Montana DOT
Member

Michael
Johnson
California DOT
Member

Jessie
Jones
Arkansas DOT
Member

Phil
Kase
Oregon DOT
Member

Barry
Keeling
Louisiana DOTD
Member

Megan
Kenney
AASHTO
AASHTO Staff

Martin
Kidner
Wyoming DOT
Member

Colleen
Kissane
Connecticut DOT
Member

Tracy
Larkin
Nevada DOT
Member

Nathan
Lee
Utah DOT
Member

Mark
Leiferman
South Dakota DOT
Member

Subrat
Mahapatra
Maryland DOT
Member

Wolde
Makonen
Member

Kent
Marquardt
Texas DOT
Member

Shane
Marshall
Utah DOT
Member

Garrett
Mason
Indiana DOT
Member

Joanne
Maxwell
Virginia DOT
Member

Pamela
May
Delaware DOT
Member

Charlene
McArthur
Idaho Transportation Department
Member

James
McCaleb
Arkansas DOT
Member

Tim
McDonald
Ohio DOT
Member

Russell
McMurry
Georgia DOT
Member

Lance
Mearig
Alaska DOT&PF
Member

Ehren
Meister
North Carolina DOT
Member

Karen
Miller
Missouri DOT
Secretary

Harlan
Miller
FHWA
Ex Officio

Patsy
Mimms
Tennessee DOT
Member

Matthew
Moore
Idaho Transportation Department
Member

John
Moore
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Member

Garrett
Moore
Virginia DOT
Member

Jack
Moran
Massachusetts DOT
Member

Carolyn
Morehouse
Alaska DOT&PF
Member

Heather
Murphy
Maryland DOT
Member

Tonia
Norman
Texas DOT
Member

Patrick
Norman
North Carolina DOT
Member

Holly
Ostdick
Illinois DOT
Member

Billy
Owen
Mississippi DOT
Member

Cindy
Owings
Maine DOT
Member

Garrett
Pedersen
Iowa DOT
Member

Debra
Perkins-Smith
Colorado DOT
Member

Tom
Pretash
Pennsylvania DOT
Member

Charlie
Purcell
Iowa DOT
Member

Virginia
Reeder
Massachusetts DOT
Member

Jim
Ritzman
Pennsylvania DOT
Member

John
Roberts
Arizona DOT
Member

Geoffrey
Rodrigue
Louisiana DOTD
Member

Sondra
Rosenberg
Nevada DOT
Member

Mike
Russo
New Jersey DOT
Member

Melissa
Savage
AASHTO
AASHTO Staff

David
Schwartz
Kansas DOT
Member

Joe
Segale
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Member

John
Selmer
Iowa DOT
Member

Michael
Servetas
New Hampshire DOT
Member

Laura
Shanley
Illinois DOT
Member

Justin
Shell
Wisconsin DOT
Member

Sonja
Simpson
Ohio DOT
Member

Kevin
Simpson
Rhode Island DOT
Member

Jason
Siwula
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Member

Jim
Skinner
Montana DOT
Member

Peter
Smith
Texas DOT
Member

Craig
Smith
South Dakota DOT
Member

Jack
Smith
North Dakota DOT
Member

Peter
Stephanos
FHWA
Ex Officio

Scott
Stokes
Idaho DOT
Member

Jay
Styles
Virginia DOT
Member

Matt
Swift
Oklahoma DOT
Member

Aileen
Switzer
Wisconsin DOT
Member

Andrew
Swords
New Jersey DOT
Member

Mick
Syslo
Nebraska DOT
Member

Burt
Tasaico
North Carolina DOT
Member

John
Thomas
District of Columbia DOT
Member

Blair
Thompson
California DOT
Member

Kelly
Travelbee
Michigan DOT
Member

William
Varney
West Virginia DOT
Member

Kevin
Viani
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Member

Joshua
Waller
Georgia DOT
Member

Machelle
Watkins
Missouri DOT
Member

Brad
Wieferich
Michigan DOT
Member

Jon
Wilcoxson
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Member

Andrew
Williams
Ohio DOT
Member

Christos
Xenophontos
Rhode Island DOT
Vice Chair

Ben
Yates
Alabama DOT
Member

Scott
Zainhofsky
North Dakota DOT
Member

Professional Development and Technical Services Coordinating Subcommittee

Professional Development Work Group


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Leadership

Chair: Ryan Huff, Nebraska DOT
AASHTO Liaison: Matt Hardy
FHWA Liaison: Chris Change

Meetings

The subcommittee will have meetings as needed. Please reach out to the subcommittee chair, Ryan Huff, for more information.

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Policy and Rulemaking Work Group

Policy and Rulemaking Work Group


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Leadership

Co-Chair: Paul Degges, Tennessee DOT
AASHTO Liaison: Matt Hardy

Meetings

The Policy and Rulemaking Work Group holds monthly meetings on the second Tuesday from 1PM – 2PM Eastern Time. For more information, please reach out to Paul Degges.

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Research Work Group

Research Work Group


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Leadership

Chair: William Johnson, Colorado DOT
AASHTO Liaison: Matt Hardy
FHWA Liaison: Nelson Hoffman

Meetings

If you would like to get involved, a great place to start is attending the monthly meetings on the second Friday from 2PM to 3PM Eastern Time. Reach out to William Johnson for more information about the meetings and the work group.

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Joint Subcommittee on System Mobility and Emerging Technologies (SMET)

Joint Subcommittee on System Mobility and Emerging Technologies (SMET)


The joint subcommittee serves as the central forum to share information and best practices on how state DOTs are managing system operation and system mobility and how performance is impacted due to current and emerging transportation technologies, programs, operational strategies and connected environments. This may include examining the impacts of programs such Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) technology, Cooperative Automated Transportation (CAT) and Mobility on Demand (MOD).


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Welcome To The Joint Subcommittee On System Mobility And Emerging Technologies (SMET).

Leadership

The joint subcommittee is led by a chair, with support from a vice chair, as selected by AASHTO CPBM and CTSO standing committee chairs.

Chair: Daniela Bremmer (WSDOT), [email protected]
Vice-chair: VACANT
AASHTO Liaison CTSO: Patrick Zelinski, [email protected]
AASHTO Liaison CPBM: Matt Hardy, [email protected]
FHWA Liaison: Rich Taylor, [email protected]
Daniela Bremmer
Jay Styles

Mission

  • SMET serves as the forum to share how state DOTs are managing system operation and system mobility and how performance is impacted due to current and emerging transportation technologies, operational strategies and connected environments
  • SMET explores system and mobility related performance, data and analytical tools, performance communication, reporting approaches, research and related, private sector partnerships
  • SMET examines the system impacts of current and emerging system management approaches such as Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) technology, Cooperative Automated Transportation (CAT) and Mobility on Demand (MOD) programs

Work Plan

  • The subcommittee chair, with support from the vice-chair and with input from the subcommittee members, will develop and update an annual work plan to guide the subcommittee’s activities.
  • The work plan shall be approved by the CPBM and the CTSO standing committee chair.
  • The subcommittee chair, with support from the vice-chair, shall be responsible for monitoring and regularly reporting to the CPBM and CTSO leadership groups on the status of the work plan.

The joint subcommittee formally fuses the related work of the AASHTO Standing Committees on Transportation System Operations (CTSO) and on Performance-Based Management (CPBM); with an informal, collaborative relationship with the Standing Committee on Data Management and Analytics (CDMA).

The membership of the subcommittee is comprised of members from both the AASHTO CPBM and CTSO standing committees and is governed by the CPBM and CTSO charter. Why should you engage and join?

  • We welcome collaboration and active participation
  • We foster information exchange, best practices and learning
  • We know your time is limited and will honor it by providing value added meetings or webinars
  • We will appreciate your contributions as a volunteer and valued committee member
  • We encourage inclusion and equal participation by all-everyone is heard

Active participation is key for our subcommittee to be successful in its mission, and that means we need you to be involved! There are many different ways you can be involved, including:

  • Participate in our bi-monthly subcommittee web conferences. Meetings occur on the third Tuesday of even-numbered months from 2:30PM to 3:30PM Eastern Time.
  • Attend our annual or mid-year subcommittee meetings, usually held in conjunction with an AAHSTO or TRB conference, currently in virtual form.
  • Assist with or lead one of the subcommittee activities.

To get involved, please contact one of the members of the subcommittee leadership team introduced on the Mission & Vision tab.

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Subcommittee on Risk Management

Subcommittee on Risk Management


Risk is the positive or negative effects of uncertainty or variability on agency objectives. Risk management is the cultures, processes, and structures that are directed toward the effective management of potential risks. The focus of the Subcommittee on Risk Management is on the development, implementation, and use of tools, methods, and strategies by a state transportation agency in order to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate potential threats. Risk and Risk Management are specifically identified in federal requirements and best practices. The management of risks is applicable to performance metrics through the identification of threats and opportunities that will hinder or enhance the ability to meet established performance measures. Risk-based asset management plans are also a requirement for State DOT Transportation Asset Management Plans. Both the Committees on Performance-Based Management and Transportation System Security and Resilience address the topic of transportation resilience through a better understanding of how risk management techniques can be used to better support a resilience approach to managing the transportation system.

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Leadership

Chair: Jean Wallace, Minnesota DOT Vice Chair: Nathan Lee, Utah DOT Liaison: Matt Hardy, AASHTO

Purpose

Transportation resilience is the ability of a state transportation agency to plan, prepare, react, recover, and adapt to adverse events. Both the Committees on Performance-Based Management and Transportation System Security and Resilience address the topic of transportation resilience through a better understanding of how risk management techniques can be used to better support a resilience approach to managing the transportation system. Risk management is defined as the evaluation of the probability of positive or negative effects of uncertainty or variability on agency objectives and the ability of the agency to be more resilient. Risk management includes the cultures, processes, and structures that are directed toward the effective management of potential risks. The focus of this subcommittee is on the development, implementation, and use of tools, methods, and strategies by a state transportation agency in order to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate potential threats.

Goals

  1. Serve as the forum to engage subcommittee members on the sharing of ideas and examples of how state transportation agencies are implementing risk management within their organizations.
  2. Develop needed guidelines, guidance, training, and educational resources to facilitate the implementation of risk management approaches within a state transportation agency.
  3. Research, develop, and disseminate tools and techniques associated with risk management such as risk analysis, vulnerability assessments, etc.
The Subcommittee on Risk Management meets on the second Monday of even-numbered months from 1:00 to 2:00 pm EASTERN time. Membership Guidelines
  • State DOTs—Members of the subcommittee can include a member from each state representing each parent committee or their designee.
  • Federal Agencies—FHWA, FTA, etc. Serve as a liaison for that agency and approved by the subcommittee co-chairs.
  • Association—Members from relevant sister organizations to AASHTO to serve as a liaison that are approved by the subcommittee chair and vice-chair.
  • Research and Academic—A person(s) from an academic institution or private company that will serve as a knowledge resource given the work of the subcommittee as deemed appropriate by the subcommittee co-chairs.

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FHWA TAM ETG

FHWA TAM Expert Task Group


The FHWA Office of Asset Management has formed the Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group (TAM ETG) as a forum to discuss changes in the way highway agencies are managing assets. The structure and membership of the TAM ETG were intentionally designed to ensure interaction with key AASHTO and Transportation Research Board committees.

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About the TAM ETG

The Transportation Asset Management Expert Task Group was formed in order to:
  • Outline a framework for financially sustainable infrastructure and service delivery that clarifies connections between asset management, stewardship, risk management, performance management, and long-term financial planning;
  • Identify strategies for advancing asset management practice and influencing change within state DOTs and partnering with transportation agencies by addressing gaps in the framework, roles and responsibilities, drivers, tools, and/or workforce skills;
  • Provide input to FHWA, AASHTO, and TRB regarding direction, definitions, processes, tools, and templates associated with implementation of state and local transportation asset management plans;
  • Develop and implement a plan for communicating the work of the TAM ETG to the transportation community.
The best way to get involved with TAM ETG is through the TAM ETG webinar series. This series for transportation practitioners is designed to provide a practical introduction to topics in asset management. These include: target setting in asset management plans, optimization and cross-asset allocation, network lifecycle analysis, and more.

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Tom
Palmerlee
Transportation Research Board
Member
Laura
Mester
Michigan Department of Transportation
Member
Omar
Smadi
Iowa State University
Member
Moh
Lali
Alberta Transportation
Member
Tim
Henkel
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Member
DeLania
Hardy
AAMPO
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Matt
Hardy
AASHTO
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Steve
Gaj
Federal Highway Administration
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Chris
Evilia
Waco Metropolitian Planning Organization
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Brad
Allen
New York State Department of Transportation
Member

CPBM AM

AASHTO Subcommittee on Asset Management


Transportation Asset Management is a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, upgrading, and expanding physical assets effectively throughout their lifecycle. It focuses on business and engineering practices for resource allocation and utilization, with the objective of better decision making based upon quality information and well-defined objectives.

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Mission

Advance the State-of-the-Practice of Transportation Asset Management.

Vision

Transportation Asset Management is the standard of practice for state DOTs and others to manage the nation’s physical transportation assets to optimize investment decisions.

The mission of the CPBM Subcommittee on Asset Management is to help improve the state-of-the-practice of asset management in State transportation departments. The Subcommittee works to help states optimize resources by utilizing performance-based goals and measures for operation, preservation, and improvement of their transportation systems.

The subcommittee provides information about the development of asset management tools, analysis methods, and research; communicates with AASHTO member States on how to utilize asset management; assists member states in implementing asset management principles; documents how asset management is being used and can be used in the future; and develops partnerships with public and private entities having an interest in and commitment to asset management.

The Subcommittee on Asset Management leadership includes a chair from the Standing Committee on Planning, a vice chair from the Standing Committee on Highways, and a secretary from the Federal Highway Administration. Subcommittee on Asset Management membership includes eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Planning (two per AASHTO region), and eight representatives from the Standing Committee on Highways (two per AASHTO region). In addition, membership includes one member each from the Administrative Subcommittee on Transportation Finance, the Standing Committee on Public Transportation, and the Standing Committee on Rail Transportation.

Click here to see a calendar that includes listings for meetings, webinars, and peer exchanges pertaining to the Subcommittee on Asset Management.

Charge

Chair: Matt Haubrich, Iowa DOT
Secretary: Stephen Gaj, FHWA
Liaison: Matthew Hardy, AASHTO

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