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The Board consists of ten members appointed
to four-year terms by the Governor with the advice
of the Secretary of Transportation and Senate ad-
vice and consent. Three members must be Anne
Arundel County residents. Three must reside in
Baltimore County and two in Howard County Two
members, including the chairperson, must be resi-
dents of other counties. The Governor designates
the chairperson (Code Transportation Article, sec.
5-506).

ASSISTANT SECRETARY,
MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Ronald A. Moser, Assistant Secretary 859-7264

The Office of Assistant Secretary for Manage-
ment Studies was formed in June 1987. The Office
serves as an internal management consultant group
for the Department.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY,
ADMINISTRATION

Elizabeth L. Homer, Assistant Secretary
James P. Coyle, Deputy Assistant Secretary

859-7563

The Assistant Secretary of Administration over-
sees all headquarters offices, divisions, and the
Department's Functional Data Center. The Assis-
tant Secretary also provides administrative services
for the staff of the Secretary of Transportation and
other Department units.

DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT
Alfred D. Watts, Director 859-7335

DIVISION OF PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTS
Richard A. Conway, Director 859-7140

DIVISION OF FAIR PRACTICES
Samuel Glasscho, Director 859-7324

DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Hannah Whitney, Director 859-7300

DIVISION OF OPERATING SERVICES
Bart Thomas, Director 859-7321

DIVISION OF PERSONNEL SERVICES
Gerald McVey, Director 859-7317

DOT FUNCTIONAL DATA CENTER
David B. Williams, Director 859-7601

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

Hal Kassoff, State Highway Administrator
John A. Agro, Jr., Deputy Administrator

707 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-1112

The State Highway Administration was created
in 1970 (Chapter 526, Acts of 1970). The Admin-
istration constructs and maintains the State high-
way system. The Administration also maintains,
constructs, and administers the Talbot County road
system (Code Transportation Article, secs. 8-101
through 8-812).

Under the State Highway Administration are
the District Engineers, the office of the Chief Engi-
neer, the State Roads Commission and four Offices:
Administration; Finance and Program Manage-
ment; Real Estate; and Planning and Preliminary
Engineering.

The Administration's main offices are located in
Baltimore. For operational purposes, however, the
State is divided into seven engineering districts
where right-of-way and legal offices are maintained.

DISTRICT ENGINEERS

District Engineers work to provide the traveling
public widi a safe highway system. Within their
geographic areas, District Engineers administer and
implement all programs and policies of the State
Highway Administration and Department ofTrans-
portation. They oversee construction and mainte-
nance programs; develop and manage district
budgets; and investigate, study, and recommend
improvements for traffic operations in their own
districts. District Engineers represent the State
Highway Administration at the district level in all
public matters. They also make recommendations
to and coordinate their work with representatives
of the Federal Highway Administration, the De-
partment of Transportation, other State agencies,
local government, and the public.

DISTRICT 1, SALISBURY

(Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester
Counties)

James W. Magill, District Engineer 543-6715

DISTRICT 2, CHESTERTOWN

(Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot
Counties)

John W. Williams, District Engineer 778-3061

DISTRICT 3, GREENBELT

(Montgomery and Prince George's Counties)

Michael Snyder, District Engineer 345-7100

DISTRICT 4, BROOKLANDVILLE

(Baltimore and Harford Counties)

C. Robert Olsen, District Engineer 321-3461



 
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