Florida Department of Transportation peer exchange, September 24 - 27, 2007.
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Florida Department of Transportation peer exchange, September 24 - 27, 2007.

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      The theme of this Peer Exchange was to identify research opportunities through visioning.

      FDOT implemented a new process for identifying research needs which called for a statewide

      meeting of transportation experts from both FDOT and the state universities. The meeting was

      dubbed the FDOT Research Symposium, and it was attended by over 130 registered

      participants, including mostly FDOT project managers and university researchers, but also

      some representatives of divisions of sponsored research and private research consultants. This

      symposium, which involved visioning and research concept development processes, was the

      specific focus of the peer exchange. The purpose of the symposium was to gather FDOT project managers, office managers, and

      directors, and university transportation researchers from around the state to network and

      explore the future of transportation in Florida. The goal was to generate a roadmap of research

      that should be undertaken in the near term to support Florida’s anticipated transportation

      system needs. The ideas that compose the roadmap will be prioritized and developed into a

      strategic research plan for FDOT. By participating in the symposium, participants had a voice

      in developing the ideas that will help to guide FDOT’s research program and potentially shape

      the future of transportation in Florida. This approach marked a significant departure from

      FDOT’s traditional approach to developing an annual research program

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