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The CUSEC State Transportation Task force was created in 2000 to address the regional planning needs of the State Departments of Transportation (DOTs). It is one of the formalized Associations working under the CUSEC umbrella. The Task Force serves two primary purposes: to help facilitate closer interaction between state departments of transportation on issues related to emergency preparedness and also to provide a central point for collaboration with other organizations on transportation issues related to both man-made and natural disasters having a regional impact.
In 2007, CUSEC and the Task Force were deeply saddened by the loss of it's founding visionary, Jerry Thompson, of the Indiana Department of Transportation. Jerry's enthusiasm and work ethic will always be remembered. For more about Jerry, click here (requires Acrobat Reader).
For more information about the Task Force and its efforts and results, click on the links below.
- Vision Statement & MOU
- Meet the Chairman
- Member List
- Annual Reports
Comments or request for additional information on the Task Force should be addressed to the Task Force Chairman, Greg Duncan at