Bob O’Loughlin is the Air Quality Team Leader for the Federal Highway Administration Resource Center. He also manages the Federal Highway Administration Resource Center San Francisco office. He has been with the Federal Highway Administration for 22 years, and prior to that worked for the California Department of Transportation for 11 years in the areas of environment and transportation planning. Bob has a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from San Jose State University, and a Certificate in Air Quality Management from U.C. Berkeley. He is Chair of the TRB Transportation and Air Quality Committee, and a member of the Air and Waste Management Association.
Craig Allred, joined the Federal Highway Administration, (FHWA), in 2001. He retired from the State of Utah after 25 years of service in the Utah Department of Public Safety, including eight years as the director of the Utah Highway Safety Office. Craig served as the chair of the Governor’s Highway Safety Association, (GHSA formerly NAGHSR), for two terms. Currently a Transportation Specialist assigned to the FHWA Resource Center on the Safety and Design Team, working with Road Safety Audits, Designing and Planning for Pedestrian Safety, Automated Enforcement, Speed Management, ITS and Safety and Older Drivers. Craig has conducted over 500 RSAs and or Workshops during the past 10 years. Allred has presented in 48 states and territories and in several countries across the world. He has worked in the Office of Safety and in the Intelligent Transportation Systems, Joint Program Office, (JPO), as the Public Safety Coordinator.
D. Scott Wolf, PE, PLS, has 15 years combined experience in both the private and government sectors. Mr. Wolf currently serves as a Senior Advisor in the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Center for Accelerating Innovation in Washington, DC. In this position, Scott is responsible for providing guidance and support in the development of innovation policy and innovation deployment initiatives for FHWA.
Prior to this position, Scott served as a Safety & Geometric Design Engineer for the FHWA Resource Center in Baltimore, MD, where he provided technology deployment, technical assistance, and training in the areas of geometric design, freeway and interchange design and evaluation, and intersection safety and design. During his tenure with the FHWA, Mr. Wolf has also served as Consultant Services Program Manager in the Office of Infrastructure in Washington, DC, and as a Transportation Engineer with the Kentucky Division Office.
Scott has also worked for consulting engineering firms serving as project manager and senior transportation engineer for multiple highway projects throughout Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and West Virginia. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE). Scott also serves on various national technical committees including the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Geometric Design Committee and Task Force on Context Sensitive Design/Solutions.