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Nicholas J. Schaus, Deputy Administrator
...........................859-7072
Louisa H. Goldstein, Counsel.......859-7066

OFFICE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Charles P. Plantholt, Associate Administrator
.................................................. 859-7558

OFFICE OF MARKETING 8k
DEVELOPMENT
Jay Hierholzer, Associate Administrator
...................................................859-7029

OFFICE OF PLANNING & ENGINEERING
Michael C. West, Associate Administrator
...................................................859-7068

OFFICE OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS

Vacancy, Associate Administrator ... 859-7079

MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION
AUTHORITY (29.10.00)
(nonbudgeted income from toll revenues & bond
proceeds)
Executive Secretary: Anthony P. Frate
........................... 563-7130
Operations Director: Wayne A. McDanicl
...........................563-7153
Counsel: Steven W. Vanderbosch___859-7148

Chairperson: Richard H. Trainor, Secretary of
Transportation

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice &
consent: Arthur M. Gompf, 1989; Louise P.
Hoblitzell, 1989; J. Owen Cole, 1990; Daniel
F. McMuUen III, 1990; Ronald L. Freeland,
1991; Robert R. NcalL, 1991.

DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION

William E. Tarr, Jr., Director...........563-7133

BRIDGES ADMINISTRATOR
Jan Davis.........................................563-7122

TUNNELS ADMINISTRATOR

Thomas J. Fallon, Jr.........................355-3500

TURNPIKES ADMINISTRATOR

JackKrummel..................................378-2126

TOLL FACILITIES POLICE
Edward Hechmer, Chief..................355-3500

DIVISION OF ENGINEERING

JackMoeUer, Director.....................563-7190

DIVISION OF FINANCE
Frederic J. Barron, Director.............563-7110

The Department of Transportation was created in 1970 (Chapter 526, Acts of 1970), but the State's
concern with transportation dates back to the early nineteenth century. In that period, the State helped
finance various "internal improvements," including railroads, canals, and turnpikes. State agencies specif-
ically vested with responsibilities for transportation are, however, a product of the twentieth century The
State Roads Commission was established in 1908, the Motor Vehicle Commission in 1910, the State
Aviation Commission in 1929, the Maryland Port Authority in 1956, the Mass Transit Administration in
1970, and the State Railroad Administration in 1978.

Under direction of the Secretary, the Department ofTransportation consolidates seven administrations:
the State Highway Administration, the State Railroad Administration, the Maryland Port Administration,
the Motor 'Vehicle Administration, the Mass Transit Administration, the State Aviation Administration,
and the Maryland Transportation Authority Providing the Secretary with advice, guidance, and direction
in a variety of transportation matters are the Maryland Transportation Commission, the Board of Review,
the Transportation Professional Services Selection Board, the Board of Airport Zoning Appeals, and the
State Roads Commission (Code Transportation Article, secs. 2-101 through 2-103).

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

The Secretary of Transportation heads the De-
partment. Repotting directly to the Secretary are
the Deputy Secretary, the Assistant Secretaries for
Administration and Management Studies, and
three Offices: Policy and Program Analysis; Finan-
cial Planning and Budget; and Transportation Plan-
ning. The Secretary also chairs the Maryland
Transportation Authority and the Maryland Port
Commission and serves on the Transportation Pro-
fessional Services Selection Board (Code Transpor-
tation Article, sec. 2-102).

The Department of Transportation administers
the State Highway Safety Program and the Secre-

tary of Transportation is the Governor's Highway
Safety Representative. The Governor's powers and
authority for the Program have been redelegated by
the Secretary to the Office of Transportation Plan-
ning (Code Transportation Article, secs. 2-401
through 2-409).

OFFICE OF POLICY AND PROGRAM ANALTSIS
David Chapin, Director 859-7151

OFFICE OF FINANCIAL PLANNING AND BUDGET
Gaila Pryor, Director 859-7172

OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
Clyde E. Pyers, Director 859-7333



 

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