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Members

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Alabama

John C. Eagerton IV, D.P.A.
Bureau Chief
Alabama Department of Transportation
Aeronautics Bureau
1409 Coliseum Boulevard
Montgomery, AL 36130
(334) 242-6820
eagertonj@dot.state.al.us
http://www.dot.state.al.us/aerweb/index.htm

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Alabama Mission: To serve the local airport operators and general public by assuring that aviation fuel taxes are spent on projects and research that will preserve and enhance Alabama’s air transportation system. Ensuring the long-term safety and efficiency of Alabama’s airports is essential to the state’s transportation system.


 

Alaska

John Binder
Deputy Commissioner of Aviation
Statewide Aviation
Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 196900
Anchorage, AK 99519-6900

Street Address
4111 Aviation Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99502

(907) 269-0730
John.Binder@alaska.gov

http://dot.alaska.gov/airport-portal.shtml

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Economic Analysis of Runway Extensions
Proclamation

Alaska Mission: The mission of the Alaska Department of Transportation’s Division of Statewide Aviation is To sustain and improve the quality of life throughout Alaska. Alaska’s aviation system is the largest in the United States. Alaska has 249 state owned airports of which 172 are gravel strips, 46 paved, 30 seaplane bases and 1 heliport. Aircraft is the only means of access for 82% of the communities in Alaska.


 

Arizona

Michael Klein, A.A.E.
Manager
Multi Modal Planning Division – Aeronautics Group
Arizona Department of Transportation
1801 W. Jefferson Street – MD 426M
Phoenix, AZ 85044
(602) 712-7647
maklein@azdot.gov
www.azdot.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Arizona Mission: The mission of the ADOT – MPD – Aeronautics Group is to encourage and advance the safe and orderly development of aviation in the State.


 

Arkansas

Jerry Chism
Director
Arkansas Department of Aeronautics
2315 Crisp Drive, Hangar 8
Little Rock, AR 72202
(501) 376-6781
jerry.chism@arkansas.gov
www.fly.arkansas.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Arkansas Mission: It is the mission of the Arkansas Department of Aeronautics to create a safer, more desirable atmosphere for state aeronautical activities while improving airports to better serve Arkansas communities and industry.


 

California

Gary Cathey
Division Chief
Division of Aeronautics M.S. #40
California Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 942874
Sacramento, CA 94274-0001

Street Address
1120 N Street, Room 3300
Sacramento, CA 95814-5605

(916) 654-5470
gary.cathey@dot.ca.gov
www.dot.ca.gov/aeronautics

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

California Mission: The California Department of Transportation’s goal in aviation is to foster and promote the development of a safe, efficient, dependable, and environmentally compatible air transportation system.


 

Colorado

David Ulane
Aeronautics Director
Division of Aeronautics
Colorado Department of Transportation
5126 Front Range Parkway
Watkins, CO 80137
(303) 512-5250
david.ulane@state.co.us
www.colorado-aeronautics.org

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Colorado Mission: In support of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s development of a forward-looking multi-modal transportation system in the 21st century, the Colorado pision of Aeronautics shall promote partnering with its public and private constituents to enhance aviation safety, aviation education, and the development of an effective air transportation system through the efficient administration of the Colorado Aviation Fund.


 

Connecticut

Kevin Dillon
State Aviation Administrator
Bradley International Airport
Terminal A, 3rd Floor, Administrative Offices
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
(860) 292-2000
kdillon@bradleyairport.com
http://ctairports.org/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

The Connecticut Airport Authority was established in July 2011 to develop, improve and operate Bradley International Airport and the state’s five general aviation airports (Danielson, Groton-New London, Hartford-Brainard, Waterbury-Oxford, and Windham airports).


 

Delaware

Joshua Thomas
Aeronautics Coordinator
Office of Aeronautics                                                                                                                                           Regional Systems Planning
Delaware Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 778
Dover, DE 19903

Street Address
800 Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

(302) 760-2119
joshua.thomas@state.de.us
www.deldot.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Delaware Mission: The mission of DelDOT Office of Aeronautics is “To enhance Delaware’s economic development by fostering and promoting a safe and efficient aviation system for the movement of goods, services, and people and to encourage and promote aviation and aviation safety.”


 

Florida

Aaron N. Smith
State Aviation Manager
Aviation Office
Florida Department of Transportation
605 Suwannee Street, M.S. 46
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450
(850) 414-4514
aaron.smith@dot.state.fl.us

www.dot.state.fl.us/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Florida Mission: The aviation mission of the Florida Department of Transportation is to provide a safe and secure air transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods, enhances economic prosperity, and preserves the quality of our environment and communities.


 

Georgia

Carol L. Comer
Director, Division of Intermodal
Georgia Department of Transportation                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    600 W Peachtree Street, 2nd Floor Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 505-4869
ccomer@dot.ga.gov

www.dot.ga.gov/localgovernment/intermodalprograms/aviation/Pages/default.aspx

State System Plan
Economic Impact
Proclamation

Georgia Mission: Aviation Programs is tasked to assure a safe, adequate, and well maintained system of airports, to promote and encourage the use of aviation facilities and to foster safer operating conditions at these facilities. Aviation Programs is required to guide airport development, promote viable scheduled air service and assure a well-maintained system of publicly owned airports.


 

Guam

Charles H. Ada, II
Executive Manager
Guam International Airport Authority

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 8770
Tamuning, Guam 96931

Street Address
355 Chalan Pasaheru, Route 10A
Tamuning, Guam 96931

(671) 646-0300 / 02
chuck.ada@guamairport.net
www.guamairport.com

Guam Mission: The Authority strives to ensure the safety and security of the traveling public; is dedicated to maintaining a superior and reliable level of airport services for our island residents and tourists; and committed to supporting the development of air linkages and facilities which are integral parts of the island’s future economic growth.


 

Hawaii

Ross Higashi
Deputy Director – Airports
Airports Division
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Honolulu International Airport
400 Rodgers Boulevard, Suite 700
Honolulu, HI 96819-1880
(808) 838-8602
ross.higashi@hawaii.gov
www.hawaii.gov/dot/airports/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Hawaii Mission: The mission of the Airports pision is to develop, manage and maintain a safe and efficient global air transportation organization.


 

Idaho

Mike Pape
Administrator
Division of Aeronautics
Idaho Transportation Department

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 7129
Boise, ID 83707-1129

Street Address
3483 Rickenbacker Street
Boise, ID 83705

(208) 334-8775
mike.pape@itd.idaho.gov
http://itd.idaho.gov/aero/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Idaho Mission: The Idaho Transportation Department’s Division of Aeronautics serves to provide the highest quality, most effective, efficient, and safest airport system for all users of aviation services. To this end, the Division of Aeronautics plans and implements essential programs, services and projects to develop, encourage, and foster an exemplary system of airports that meet the current and future requirements of a growing and perse Idaho aviation community.


 

Illinois

Ken W. Martin
Acting Deputy Director
Division of Aeronautics
Illinois Department of Transportation
1 Langhorne Bond Drive
Springfield, IL 62707-8415
(217) 785-8515
Ken.Martin@illinois.gov
www.dot.il.gov/aero/index.html

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Illinois Mission: The mission of the Illinois Department of Transportation’s Division of Aeronautics is to further safe and efficient air travel throughout Illinois. The Illinois State Aviation System is one of the largest in the nation – it’s comprised of over 870 individual landing facilities. It’s also quite perse – Illinois is home to everything from O’Hare International Airport, to Municipal General Aviation Airports, to private grass strips in farmers’ backyards. The services we provide to the public are as varied as our landing facilities. We assist with the creation, improvement and continued operations of public airports through financial assistance, inspection and technical oversight.


 

Indiana

Martin Blake
Manager
Office of Aviation
Indiana Department of Transportation
100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N955
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2217
317-232-1487
mablake@indot.in.gov

http://www.in.gov/indot/2395.htm
State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Indiana Mission: The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Office of Aviation is responsible for promoting aviation safety throughout the state of Indiana. INDOT strives to maintain a high level of safety within the state aviation system.


 

Iowa

Tim McClung  

Planning and Outreach Manager                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Office of Aviation
Iowa DOT Office of Aviation
800 Lincoln Way
Ames, IA 50010
(515) 239-1691
Tim.mcclung@iowadot.us
http://www.iowadot.gov/aviation/index.html

Iowa Mission:


 

Kansas

Merrill Atwater
Director
Division of Aviation
Kansas Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
700 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66603-3754

Street Address
700 SW Harrison, 9th Floor
Public Access at North Entrance
Topeka, KS 66603-3754

(785) 291-3711
matwater@ksdot.org
http://www.ksdot.org/divaviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Kansas Mission: To provide a statewide transportation system to meet the needs of Kansas.


 

Kentucky

Steve Parker
Commissioner
Kentucky Department of Aviation
Capitol City Airport
90 Airport Road
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-4480
steve.parker@ky.gov
www.transportation.ky.gov/aviation/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Kentucky Mission: The mission of the Kentucky Department of Aviation is to provide a safe and secure air transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods, enhances economic prosperity, and preserves the quality of our environment and communities.


 

Louisiana

Brad Brandt
Aviation Director
Aviation Division
Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 94245
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9245

Street Address
1201 Capitol Access Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

(225) 379-3040
brad.brandt@la.gov
www.dotd.louisiana.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Louisiana Mission: Our mission is to continue to improve our aviation infrastructure to insure a safe, modern and well managed system of airports which provides convenient and efficient access to the state for tourism, commerce, industrial interest, recreation and economic development and continually modernize the state’s public airports to meet the changing needs of the aviation community.


 

Maine

Susan Moreau
Assistant Director
Bureau of Planning/ State Aviation Director
Maine Department of Transportation
16 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0016
207-624-3300
susan.moreau@maine.gov
www.maine.gov/mdot/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Maine Mission: MaineDOT responsibly provides a safe, efficient and reliable transportation system that supports economic opportunity and quality of life.


 

Maryland

Ricky D. Smith Sr
Executive Director
Maryland Aviation Administration
Maryland Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 8766
BWI Airport, MD 21240-0766

Street Address
3rd Floor
Terminal Building
BWI Airport, MD 21240

410-859-7060
Rsmith4@bwiairport.com
www.marylandregionalaviation.aero

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Maryland Mission: The Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) fosters the vitality of aviation statewide and promotes safe and efficient operations, economic viability and environmental stewardship. Responsible for the operation of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall and Martin State airports, the MAA provides friendly, convenient facilities and customer services and develops enhanced domestic and international passenger and cargo opportunities through intermodalism and state-of-the-art technology.


 

Massachusetts

Dr. Jeffrey DeCarlo
Administrator
Massachusetts Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division
Logan Office Center
One Harborside Drive, Suite 205N
East Boston, MA 02128-2909
617-412-3686
Jeffrey.DeCarlo@dot.state.ma.us
www.mass.gov/massdot/aeronautics

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Massachusetts Mission: The MassDOT Aeronautics Division is focused on aviation investments, airport improvements, safety, and security.


 

Michigan

Mike Trout
Director
Office of Aeronautics
Michigan Department of Transportation
2700 Port Lansing Road
Lansing, MI 48906-2160
(517) 335-9568
troutM1@michigan.gov
www.michigan.gov/aero

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Michigan Mission: Helping communities attract and retain quality airline services that provide links to national and global markets is a high priority at the bureau.


 

Minnesota

Cassandra Isakson
Director
Aeronautics Office
Minnesota Department of Transportation
222 East Plato Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55107-1618
(651) 234-7210
cassandra.isackson@state.mn.us
www.dot.state.mn.us/aero

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Minnesota Mission: The Office of Aeronautics’ mission is to promote general and commercial aviation throughout the state.


 

Mississippi

Thomas M. Booth Jr., P.E.
Director
Aeronautics Division
Mississippi Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 1850
Jackson, MS 39215-1850

Street Address
401 Northwest Street
Jackson, MS 39201

(601) 359-7850
tbooth@mdot.ms.gov
www.gomdot.com/portal/pisions/aeronautics.aspx

State System Plan
Proclamation

Mississippi Mission: The Aeronautics Division assists the public-owned airports in developing a safe and effective air transportation system in the state. The state owns no airports, all are locally owned by cities, counties or airport authorities. The Division provides technical, administrative and financial assistance to airport owners for federal and state funded construction projects.


 

Missouri

Amy Ludwig
Administrator of Aviation
Aviation Section
Missouri Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 270
Jefferson City, MO 65102

Street Address
DOT Building
830 MoDOT Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65102

(573) 526-7912
amy.ludwig@modot.mo.gov
www.modot.org/othertransportation/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Missouri Mission: MoDOT administers federal and state funding for airport maintenance and capital improvements. Other duties include airport safety inspections, maintaining a state airport system plan, providing airfield safety equipment, and promoting aviation education.


 

Montana

Debbie Alke
Administrator
Aeronautics Division
Montana Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 200507
Helena, MT 59620-0507

Street Address
2630 Airport Road
Helena, MT 59601

(406) 444-2506
dalke@mt.gov
www.mdt.mt.gov/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Montana Mission: MDT’s mission is to serve the public by providing a transportation system and services that emphasize quality, safety, cost effectiveness, economic vitality and sensitivity to the environment.

The Montana Aeronautics Division has two bureaus: Safety and Education and Airport/Airways. These bureaus are responsible for providing for the protection and promotion of safety in aeronautics.


 

Nebraska

Ronnie Mitchell
Director
Nebraska Department of Aeronautics

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 82088
Lincoln, NE 68501

Street Address
3431 Aviation Road, Suite 150
Lincoln, NE 68524

(402) 471-2371
ronnie.mitchell@nebraska.gov
www.aero.state.ne.us

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Nebraska Mission: To facilitate the advancement of aviation in Nebraska.


 

Nevada

Kurt Haukohl
State Aviation Manager
Nevada Department of Transportation
1263 South Stewart Street
Carson City, NV 89712
775-888-7353
khaukohl@dot.nv.gov
http://www.nevadadot.com/mobility/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Nevada Mission: The mission of the Nevada Department of Transportation is to provide a better transportation system for Nevada through unified and dedicated efforts.

Established and incorporated in the Nevada Department of Transportation Planning Division, the Aviation Planning Section is responsible for helping ensure that Nevada’s general aviation public and private use airports meet applicable safety requirements and provide maximum utility to their communities and the flying public.


 

New Hampshire

Patrick Herlihy
Director
Division of Aeronautics
John O. Morton Building
7 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03302-0483
(603) 271-1676
pherlihy@dot.state.nh.us
www.nh.gov/dot/org/index.htm

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

New Hampshire Mission: Transportation excellence enhancing the quality of life in New Hampshire.

The Bureau of Aeronautics works with aviation agencies at the Federal, State and local levels to preserve and promote a system of airports necessary to guarantee the future of air transportation in New Hampshire.


 

New Jersey

Ashwin Patel
Acting Manager
Division of Aeronautics
New Jersey Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 600
Trenton, NJ 08625-0610
(609) 530-2900
ashwin.patel@dot.nj.us
www.nj.gov/transportation/airwater/aviation/

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

New Jersey Mission: The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) fosters the development of an efficient air transportation system that responds to the needs of its users and the public.


 

New Mexico

Steve Summers
Director
Aviation Division
New Mexico Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 9830
Albuquerque, NM 87119
(505) 244-1788 x 111
steve.summers@state.nm.us
www.dot.state.nm.us/aviation.html

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

New Mexico Mission: We encourage and advance aviation in New Mexico. We support and enhance a safe and effective aviation system in the state. We foster the development of new technology and innovation.


 

New York

Gerardo Mendoza
Director
Aviation Bureau – Pod 54, Office of Integrated Modal Services
New York State Department of Transportation
50 Wolf Road
Albany, NY 12232
(518) 485-7691
gmendoza@dot.state.ny.us
www.nysdot.gov/portal/page/portal/modal/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

New York Mission: It is the mission of the New York State Department of Transportation to ensure our customers – those who live, work and travel in New York State — have a safe, efficient, balanced and environmentally sound transportation system.


 

North Carolina

Bobby Walston
Aviation Director
North Carolina Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
1560 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1560

Street Address
1050 Meridian Drive
Morrisville, NC 27560

(919) 814-0550
bwalston@ncdot.gov
www.Ncdot.gov/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

North Carolina mission: The Division is responsible for all aviation functions regarding state system planning, airport and aviation system development, and provides funding to communities for constructing and improving airports throughout the state.


 

North Dakota

Kyle Wanner
Director
North Dakota Aeronautics Commission

Mailing Address
Box 5020
Bismarck, ND 58502

Street Address
Bismarck Municipal Airport
2301 University Drive
Building 1652-22
Bismarck, ND 58504

(701) 328-9655
kcwanner@nd.gov
www.nd.gov/ndaero

State Economic Impact
Proclamation

North Dakota Mission: To provide at the highest priority, economic and technical assistance to insure an orderly and cost effective support system that enables the advancement of the state’s aviation system.


 

Ohio

James Bryant
Aviation Administrator
Office of Aviation
Ohio Department of Transportation
2829 West Dublin • Granville Road
Columbus, OH 43235-2786
(614) 387-2341
james.bryant@dot.state.oh.us
www.dot.state.oh.us/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Ohio Mission: The Ohio Office of Aviation performs a number of perse functions to meet the needs of aviation customers. The three sections that make up the Ohio Office of Aviation are Flight Operations, Aircraft Maintenance and Aviation Programs.

Oklahoma

Victor N. Bird
Director
Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission
110 N. Robinson Avenue – Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 604-6900
vbird@oac.ok.gov
www.aeronautics.ok.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Oklahoma Mission: The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission’s mission is to promote aviation, which includes fostering the growth of the aerospace industry and ensuring that the needs of commerce and communities across Oklahoma are met by the state’s 113 public airports that comprise the state’s air transportation system.


 

Oregon

Mitch Swecker
Director
Oregon Department of Aviation
3040 25th Street, SE
Salem, OR 97302-1125
(503) 378-2523
mitch.t.swecker@state.or.us

www.aviation.state.or.us

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Oregon Mission: Support Oregon communities by preserving and enhancing aviation safety, infrastructure, and development.


 

Pennsylvania

Anthony J. McCloskey
Director
Bureau of Aviation
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 3457
Harrisburg, PA 17105-3457
(717) 705-1200
amccloskey@pa.gov
www.dot.state.pa.us/Internet/Bureaus/pdBOA.nsf/AviationHomepage

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Pennsylvania Mission: Provide, promote and preserve safe and reliable airsystems to our customers through sound investment and assistance.


 

Puerto Rico

Ingrid C. Colberg Rodriguez
Executive Director
Aviation Bureau, Puerto Rico Ports Authority
P.O. Box 362829
San Juan, PR 00936-2829
(787) 729-8715 Ext 2281
icolberg@prpa.pr.gov 
www. prpa.gobierno.pr

Puerto Rico Mission: Develop, operate and manage maritime and air facilities on the island so that it results in providing high quality services in the industry.


 

Rhode Island

Iftikhar Ahmad
President and CEO
Rhode Island Airport Corporation
Theodore Francis Green Airport
2000 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02886-1533
(401) 691-2252
iahmad@pvdairport.com
www.pvdairport.com

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Rhode Island Mission: For safe, secure, efficient and convenient air transportation for Rhode Island the New England region; and by developing, promoting and managing the airport system to stimulate the region’s economic growth; and by fostering a corporate culture that balances fiscal, civic and environment stewardship.


 

South Carolina

James Stephens
Executive Director
South Carolina Division of Aeronautics Commission
Columbia Metropolitan Airport
2553 Airport Boulevard
West Columbia, SC 29170
(803) 896-6260
jstephens@aeronautics.sc.gov
www.scaeronautics.com

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

South Carolina Mission: Fostering air commerce by overseeing the safety and development of the state’s public use airports and providing safe, reliable air transportation for state government and business prospects.


 

South Dakota

Jack Dokken
Program Manager
Office of Air, Rail & Transit
South Dakota Department of Transportation
Becker-Hansen Building
700 East Broadway Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501-2586
(605) 773-7045
jack.dokken@state.sd.us
www.sddot.com/transportation/aviation/

State System Plan
Proclamation

South Dakota Mission: South Dakota’s Aeronautics Commission promotes aeronautics, fosters air commerce, and assists the development of aviation and aviation facilities for all phases of the industry and general public in South Dakota.


 

Tennessee

Bill Orellana
Director
Aeronautics Division
Tennessee Department of Transportation

Address
607 Hangar Lane
Building 4219
Nashville, TN 37217

(615) 741-3208
bill.orellana@tn.gov
 

www.tdot.state.tn.us/aeronautics

State System Plan
Proclamation

Tennessee Mission: The Aeronautics pision represents more than just airplanes and airports, it is commerce. The economic impact aviation creates within the borders of the State of Tennessee is enormous. To facilitate such benefits the division administers Federal and State funding to assist in the location, design, construction and maintenance of Tennessee’s perse public aviation system.


 

Texas

David S. Fulton
Director
Division of Aviation
Texas Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
125 E. 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701-2483

Street Address
150 E. Riverside Drive
5th Floor, South Tower
Austin, TX 78704

(512) 416-4505
David.Fulton@txdot.gov
www.txdot.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Texas Mission: Provide safe and efficient movement of people and goods, enhance economic viability and improve the quality of life for the people that travel in the state of Texas by maintaining existing roadways and collaborating with private and local entities to plan, design, build and maintain expanded transportation infrastructure.


 

Utah

M. Patrick Morley
Director
Aeronautical Operations Division
Utah Department of Transportation
135 North 2400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
(801) 715-2260
pmorley@utah.gov
www.udot.utah.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact

Utah Mission: Quality Transportation Today, Better Transportation Tomorrow. Promote and foster aviation in Utah by providing safe and functional airport systems as an integral part of the statewide transportation program. Supply safe and efficient air transportation to state agencies and those conducting state business. Provide quality maintenance for state-owned aircraft. Be team oriented and sensitive to the needs of each individual in the organization and customers.


 

Vermont

Guy Rouelle
Aviation Program Manager
Operations Division
Agency of Transportation
National Life Building, Drawer 33
Montpelier, VT 05633
(802) 828-2833
guy.rouelle@state.vt.us

www.vermontairports.com

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Vermont Mission: Vermont’s Agency of Transportation Aviation Program supports, maintains, and enhances the public use airport system in the state. The Aviation Program strives to promote efficient and effective air transportation of goods and people to support Vermont’s business and recreational activities in an environmentally safe manner.


 

Virginia

Randall P Burdette
Director
Virginia Department of Aviation
5702 Gulfstream Road
Richmond, VA 23250-2422
(804) 236-3625
randall.burdette@doav.virginia.gov
www.doav.virginia.gov

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation
Competitive Analysis of Virginia’s Aviation Industry

Virginia Mission: Our mission is to cultivate an advanced aviation system that is safe, secure and provides for economic development; Promote aviation awareness and education; and provide flight services for the Commonwealth Leadership and State agencies.


 

Washington

Tristan Atkins
Director
Washington Aviation Division
Washington Department of Transportation
7702 Terminal St SW
Tumwater, WA 98501-6504
(360) 709-8020
atkinstk@wsdot.wa.gov
www.wsdot.wa.gov/aviation

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Washington Mission: The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Aviation is responsible for protecting and preserving Washington State’s 138 public use general aviation airports. Airports are a vital part of the communities they serve and are an important part of Washington State’s transportation system.


 

West Virginia

Position Vacant
Director
Aeronautics Commission
West Virginia Department of Transportation
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East
Building Five, Room A-129
Charleston, WV 25305
(304) 558-3436
@wv.gov
www.wvdot.com/1_airports/1e_commission.htm

Proclamation

West Virginia Mission: The West Virginia Aeronautics Commission (WVAC) fosters and assists in the development of aeronautics in West Virginia and encourages the establishment of airports and air navigation facilities.


 

Wisconsin

David M. Greene
Director
Bureau of Aeronautics
Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 7914
Madison, WI 53707-7914

Street Address
4802 Sheboygan Avenue
Room 701
Madison, WI 53705

(608) 266-2480
david.greene@dot.wi.gov
www.dot.wisconsin.gov/modes/air.htm

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Wisconsin Mission: Our mission is to provide leadership to maintain and develop a safe and efficient air transportation system. Assisting airport sponsors to identify, manage and address the many challenges they face to develop and maintain a safe and efficient airport is an important element of our mission.


 

Wyoming

Amy Surdam 
Administrator
Aeronautics Division
Wyoming Department of Transportation
200 E. 8th Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82009
(307) 777-3953
amy.surdam@wyo.gov
www.dot.state.wy.us/wydot/aeronautics

State System Plan
State Economic Impact
Proclamation

Wyoming Mission: To enhance the economic well-being and quality of life in Wyoming by working with public and private partners to produce a safe and efficient aviation system.

 

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