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  • Kentucky Transportation Center | Securing the future with high-value research.
    high value research today Recent News Just Released Report Tools for Applying Constructability Concepts to Project Development Design November 27 2012 Read More Just Released Report Development and Deployment of Aluminum Bridge Decks November 27 2012 Read More CatStrong CRP X in Better Roads Magazine October 12 2012 Read More Just Released Analysis of Traffic Crash Data 2007 2011 September 17 2012 Read More Just Released 2012 Driver Attitudes and

    Original URL path: http://www.ktc.uky.edu/ (2012-12-03)
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  • About | Kentucky Transportation Center
    The Kentucky Transportation Research Program began in 1981 when the Kentucky Department of Highways transferred its Division of Research to the University of Kentucky s College of Engineering In 1988 it was combined with the University s federally funded Local Technical Assistance Program LTAP to form what is today known as the Kentucky Transportation Center KTC We provide services to the transportation community through Research Technology Transfer and Education We

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  • KTC Advisory Board | Kentucky Transportation Center
    established by the Kentucky General Assembly in 1984 The Board s purpose is to assist with policy formation and to provide direction to the Center The Board consists of nine members appointed by the Governor with the following representatives the Secretary of the Transportation Cabinet the State Highway Engineer the Dean of the College of Engineering one member each from a list submitted by the Kentucky Association of Counties the Kentucky County Judges Association and the Kentucky League of Cities and three members at large The Secretary of Transportation serves as chair and the Board meets semi annually at a minimum Board meetings primarily concern policy matters relating to the Center s technical assistance research programs and financial plans Secretary Mike Hancock Chairperson Steve Waddle State Highway Engineer John Y Walz Dean of the College of Engineering Henry Branham Clark County Judge Executive Randall S Palmer Kentucky League of Cities Gary W Moore Kentucky County Judges Association Marwan A Rayan At Large Member Clint Ray Goodin At Large Member Buddy J Smith At Large Member The Advisory Board meets twice each year typically in the spring and fall The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday November 7 For information regarding

    Original URL path: http://www.ktc.uky.edu/about/ktc-advisory-board/ (2012-12-03)
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  • KTC Vision | Kentucky Transportation Center
    to their feedback KTC maintains an extremely positive relationship with all clients highlighted by a close strong and unique relationship with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet KYTC KYTC regards KTC as its research and training arm a reliable and trusted partner a valued resource and a source of visionary and progressive thought KTC s relationship with KYTC is characterized by close cooperation and open and honest communications Personnel at all levels of KYTC consistently look to KTC to provide essential information beneficial research and effective workforce development Research Excellence National Prominence The Kentucky Transportation Center enjoys a strong national reputation in selected high priority areas of research and technology transfer KTC researchers are widely known for their subject matter expertise group facilitation skills effective communications and project management skills KTC s technology transfer professionals are nationally recognized for excellence in information delivery and workforce development This reputation is reflected in strong name recognition both for KTC and for individual researchers professionals at all applicable national and regional meetings and conferences KTC researchers professionals are routinely published in peer reviewed publications and are frequently invited to speak at national meetings and conferences KTC research is frequently cited by other researchers and KTC researchers professionals serve on key national and regional committees and panels KTC is frequently sought out as a partner by other universities and by both public sector and private sector organizations Size of Program and Diversity of Funding Sources The size of KTC s research and technology transfer program has grown substantially over the past five years primarily due to the identification and cultivation of new funding sources federal state local and private sector and the growth of non SPR 1 funding The Center has strategically targeted areas of research and technology transfer that are important to KYTC and to

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  • Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame | Kentucky Transportation Center
    a Selection Committee composed of five Kentucky transportation executives officials and college professors requests nominations from across the state and chooses a recipient s from those nominations The Hall of Fame inducted its first recipient Henry T Ward at the 27 th Annual Kentucky Transportation Forum held on November 1 2 1990 at the University of Kentucky Criteria for Nominations The person s is chosen by the following criteria Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame inductees shall be persons who by their foresight dedication leadership perseverance and integrity have significantly enhanced transportation systems in the Commonwealth They shall be or shall have been residents of the Commonwealth Hall of Fame Selection Committee John Carr Joe Crabtree Paul Gravely Frank Hamilton Henry Hinkle Marcie Mathews Harold Mays Hall of Fame Inductees Inductees into the Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame include the following 2011 Patsy Anderson 2011 A Russell Romine 2011 Roland Leon Walden posthumously 2010 James H Havens 2010 Robert A Wally Walsburger 2008 Wendell H Ford 2007 James M Yowell 2007 James M Carigan 2006 James C Codell III 2006 O B Arnold 2005 Hal Rogers 2004 Jack Fish 2004 Gov Louie B Nunn posthumously 2003 Bert T Combs posthumously 2003 R C Durr 2003 Buddy Smith 2002 David K Blythe 2002 Joe Kearns 2002 Pete Worthington posthumously 2001 Richard D Crist 2001 Arthur E Walker posthumously 2000 Leonard Lawson 2000 Paul A Faulkner posthumously 1999 E B Bas Gaither 1998 Harold C Watts 1997 Calvin G Grayson 1995 Otto Ingram 1994 C M Hank Hancock 1993 Dwight H Bray 1992 Cyrus S Layson 1991 Buckner Hinkle Sr 1990 Henry T Ward Want to Nominate Someone When nominating a person s for the Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame please be as specific as possible and attach any supporting documents resumes etc

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  • Message from The Director | Kentucky Transportation Center
    Director of the Kentucky Transportation Center I have had the privilege of serving under four previous Directors Jim Havens Bob Deen Calvin Grayson and Paul Toussaint Those gentlemen along with their predecessors and the many staff faculty and students who have served this organization over the past 70 years have built an outstanding legacy of research excellence world class technology transfer and exemplary customer service My intent as Director is to grow and enhance that legacy We will celebrate the accomplishments of the past but we will not rest on them I firmly believe that our best days are ahead of us To guide our efforts in moving forward we have developed a collective Vision for where we want to be in the year 2015 Using that Vision as a target we are currently developing our Strategic Plan for 2010 2015 It is indeed a privilege to serve the citizens of Kentucky the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet the University of Kentucky and our many other partners and clients as Director of the Kentucky Transportation Center If we can be of service to you please don t hesitate to contact me or any of our staff I look forward to working with

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  • Map & Directions | Kentucky Transportation Center
    South Broadway through downtown for 3 miles One block past the Hyatt Regency Hotel High Street turn left at the light onto East Maxwell Street one way Turn right on South Upper Street one way and follow until South Upper Street merges with South Limestone Street near Main Gate Guardhouse which is on the left Make an immediate left toward Main Gate which is on Administration Drive Northeast and East on Bluegrass Parkway Follow the Bluegrass Parkway toward Lexington At the end of the Bluegrass Parkway merge right off the ramp onto US 60 Versailles Road Follow US 60 toward downtown Lexington until it becomes a one way street West Maxwell Street West Maxwell Street becomes East Maxwell Street Turn right on South Upper Street one way and follow until South Upper Street merges with South Limestone Street near the Main Gate Guardhouse which is on the left Make an immediate left toward Main Gate which is on Administration Drive North on I 75 Follow I 75 North to Exit 104 marked Athens Lexington Turn left off of the ramp onto Athens Boonesboro Road Follow for 8 2 miles to downtown The street name will change to Richmond Road and then E Main Street E Main Street will become a one way street when you come into downtown Turn left onto N Upper Street and follow until Upper merges with Limestone Make an immediate left onto Administration Drive West on I 64 I 64 merges with I 75 just east of Lexington and becomes I 64 I 75 Follow I 64 I 75 to Exit 113 marked Paris Lexington Turn right off the exit ramp onto North Broadway US 68 Follow US 68 North Broadway to South Broadway through downtown for 3 miles One block past the Hyatt Regency Hotel

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  • Research | Kentucky Transportation Center
    responders and the public Regular analysis of crash data structure deterioration and the application of non destructive materials allow researchers to assess potential problems and offer recommendations for improvement State of the art technologies such as the Lidar and Ground Penetrating Radar GPR enable researchers to efficiently gather reliable cost saving data Research is also conducted in relation to knowledge exchange By developing workforce training technical assistance education professional development

    Original URL path: http://www.ktc.uky.edu/research/ (2012-12-03)
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