- What are Lincoln’s current system preservation, system optimization, and future growth needs?
- What level of transportation infrastructure maintenance do citizens expect?
- What transportation investments are needed to continue to improve quality of life in Lincoln?
- What will those desired investments cost?
- What are the best mechanisms for the City to fund its current and expanding transportation infrastructure needs?
Citizens' Transportation Coalition Members:
Bob Caldwell, Vice President, NEBCO, Inc., Co-Chair
Carl Eskridge, Lincoln City Council
Cyndi Lamm, Lincoln City Council
Jennifer Brinkman, Lancaster County Commissioner
Adam Morfeld, State Senator
Mike Hilgers, State Senator
Kim Russel, President & CEO, Bryan Health System
Brad Hulse, Managing Broker, Lincoln First Realty
Leo Schumacher, President, Lincoln Federal Savings Bank
Joe Schulz, Vice President, Schulz Transportation
Kathy Campbell, Former State Senator and Lancaster County Commissioner
Tom Huston, Cline, Williams, Wright, Johnson & Oldfather
Bruce Bohrer, Executive VP & General Counsel, Chamber of Commerce
Mark Hunzeker, Baylor, Evnen, Curtiss, Grimit & Witt, LLP / Lincoln
Independent Business Association
Jordan Messerer, Campus Recreation, UNL
Randy Peters, Professor of Engineering, UNL
Dan Piatkowski, Assistant Professor, Community & Regional Planning, UNL
Mike DeKalb, StarTran Advisory Board
Jeanne McClure, Executive Director, American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
Katie Wilson, Executive Director, Associated General Contractors (AGC)
Larry Dix, Executive Director, Nebraska Association of County Officials (NACO)
Rick Hoppe, Mayor's Chief of Staff
Jon Carlson, Mayor's Aide
Miki Esposito, Director of Public Works and Utilities, Co-Chair
Pam Dingman, Lancaster County Engineer
Lonnie Burklund, Assistant Director, Public Works and Utilities
David Cary, Director of Planning / MPO Representative