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Deputy Commissioner and A Non-Vot...

Local Address: Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
Indiana Department of Transportation
100 N. Senate Ave.
Indianapolis , Indiana 46204
United States

Company Description: The mission of the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is to plan, build, maintain and operate a superior transportation system enhancing safety, mobility...   more

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Bob Alderman, the ..., 12 Dec 2013 [cached]
Bob Alderman, the Indiana Department of Transportation deputy commissioner and a non-voting member of the planning commission, urged members to approve the expressway, saying it will make the Interstate 80-94 Borman Expressway and other roads safer.
"Do you feel good about your families being out there (on the Borman)? Alderman asked.
Indiana Department of Transportation ... [cached]
Indiana Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner Bob Alderman's support of the Illiana Expressway is spot-on, but make sure the highway's approval record is spotless.
"If you look at it from a connectivity, community point of view, I think you will see this project has tremendous value for Northwest Indiana," Alderman told the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission last week.
The Illiana offers promise not just for congestion relief but also for air quality improvement, Alderman noted.
Editorial, Bob Alderman, Illiana Expressway, Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission, Borman Expressway, Kankakee River, Environment, Daniel Burnham, Indiana Department Of Transportation, Cedar Lake, Everybody Counts, Wilmington
Sever|Storey, Eminent Domain Attorneys - Illiana Expressway (Indiana), 2 Oct 2013 [cached]
The high stakes of Thursday's vote were made clear when INDOT Northwest Indiana Chief Bob Alderman, a nonvoting board member, made a long and impassioned plea for members to approve the expressway.
He reiterated all the arguments in favor of the Illiana Expressway but focused his most passionate argument on safety. He said maintaining the new expressway will make the Borman Expressway and other roads safer. He even recalled for his listeners the August Interstate 65 crash near DeMotte that killed four children and three adults.
"Are you comfortable with your friends and families and constituents traveling on those highways today? Alderman asked near the end of his plea.
Others present included Bob ..., 1 July 2014 [cached]
Others present included Bob Alderman, Val Gomez, and David Wright.
Bob Alderman described INDOT’s plowing and salt in efforts to date. During the lake effect snowstorm in Lake County, snow fell at 3-4 inches per hour and congestion was so bad INDOT trucks couldn’t get through to plow or salt. Bob Alderman said INDOT is looking into some snow fencing for areas with extreme blowing and drifting snow conditions, adding that over $450 million has been spent in Northwest Indiana since 2006.
Bob Alderman said he would look into it.
Others present included Bob ..., 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
Others present included Bob Alderman, Addison Pollack, Jeff Huet, Deb Backhus, Carol Kuznicki, Dave Nellens, Robert Carnahan, David Wright, Teresa Torres, Renae Jackson, Jim Nowacki and Christopher Meyers.
Bob Alderman of INDOT is not a voting member but volunteered to assist on the Legislative Committee.
Indiana Department of Transportation: Bob Alderman reported on the problems caused by the severe weather, including the pothole issues. The two right lanes of I-94 just east of Portage are closed due to the repair of a six-foot pothole.
Bob Alderman committed that he will get with Mayor Copeland, other principals and Indianapolis to try to get something done.
With respect to the asphalt plans, Bob Alderman commented that Reith Riley in Indianapolis is opening their hot mix plant.
Bob Alderman commented that a joint pooling of resources is needed to handle the problems collectively. He suggested exploring an opportunity to create a unified mobilization and deployment committee.
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