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HWY 199 - Expressway Project
Project Teams
What is the Project Development Team?
  • A skilled team that includes City, County, State and Federal technical members, local stakeholders and development staff.
  • They represent disciplines such as environmental, planning, freight, traffic analysis, regional issues, as well as, citizens-at-large.
The Role of the Project Development Team
  • This team is responsible for project management decisions, technical quality of the project and assisting in the successful development of the project.
  • They represent the best interests of the larger public.
  • Individual members will have no financial or personal stake in the corridor.
  • Team members will provide overall strategy and direction to the project.
  • They will arrive at decisions within its authority through a consensus model.
Project Development Team
Highway 199 Expressway
Project Development Team
Tracy RicoCitizen at Large
Jon JordanChamber of Commerce
Jeff HunterFreight/Trucking
David FrasherCity of Grants Pass
Jim RaffenbergJosephine County Commissioner
Tanya HendersonOregon State Police
Jerry MarmonODOT Environmental Project Manager
Jason SheadelODOT Highway Designer
Dorothy UptonODOT Transportation Planning/Analysis Unit
What is the Citizen Advisory Committee and what’s its role?
  • A group comprised of concerned citizens from the general project area, including highway users, property and business owners.
  • They represent disciplines such as bicyclists, pedestrians, transit, agriculture, environmental issues and other interests.
  • The committee serves as a forum and community “sounding board for the Highway 199 Expressway Project.
  • The role of the Citizen Advisory Committee will be to advise the Project Development Team to ensure that the interests, issues, knowledge and recommendations of the local community are considered in project decisions.
Citizens Advisory Committee

  • Janine Law
  • Jay Eastwood
  • Ron Wright
  • Randy Repp
  • James E. Rafferty
  • Deanie J. Manning
  • Rowdy Bates
  • Irving Citron
  • Alex Grossi, Jr.
  • Suzanne Myers
  • Bart Van Syoc

    Why we do Public Involvement
    • A well-planned and executed Public Involvement Program avoids misunderstandings, opposition and delay, and builds credibility, ownership and acceptance within the community.