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This profile was last updated on 7/6/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
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  • Brown University
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Robert ...
nvtav2.timberlakepublishing.com, 16 Jan 2015 [cached]
Robert Chase President, Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance
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Bob Chase President
Robert Chase , the executive ...
enr.construction.com, 3 June 2015 [cached]
Robert Chase , the executive director of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance , supported the administration's cost-conscious approach, but he said the state should release its full analysis on the projected costs, rather than just the conclusions of that analysis.
The public and potential vendors do not know, for example, whether the cost of maintenance is included in the projected costs for both scenarios, or what happens if the state finances the road and toll revenues fall short. The anticipated breakdown of anticipated federal, state and regional funding sources also wasn't provided, even though that could affect the state's debt limit or the amount of money available for other projects in the region, Chase said.
Chase said that the state needs to be more transparent. The McAuliffe administration wants vendors to disclose more about their deals, but the vendors should also know how the state is planning on structuring its own finance deal, so they can offer a suitable alternative.
Chase agreed, though, that the state should provide more funding than it has in other area toll projects, if it does a public-private partnership, because that could keep tolls lower.
"If you're spending billions of dollars to add new capacity but the pricing structure discourages people from using it," he said, "you're not getting your money's worth out of the project."
Mayor Henry presents Bob Chase with "Key to the Fort"
www.komets.com, 9 May 2013 [cached]
Fort Wayne, IN --- Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today presented legendary Fort Wayne Komets broadcaster Bob Chase with a "Key to the Fort" award at a ceremony in the Mayor's office.
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"It is my privilege to recognize Bob Chase for all that he has done for our great City," said Mayor Henry.
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Bob Chase is just the third Fort Wayne resident to receive a Key to the Fort from Mayor Henry.
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About Bob Chase: Bob moved to Fort Wayne to begin his radio career with WOWO AM 1190 in 1953 which included broadcasting Komet hockey games starting with the 1953-54 season. During the summer of 2009, he retired his position as WOWO Sports Director. The Komets retired the number 40 in Bob's honor as he celebrated his 40th season behind the Fort Wayne microphone in 1993. Bob was inducted into the Komets Hall of Fame in 2003 in honor of his 50th season as Komet broadcaster. During Bob's extended career with the Komets he has seen, and called, 12 regular season titles and nine league championships over the course of more than 4,500 Komet games. In 2012, Bob was named a recipient of the prestigious Lester Patrick Award, which is presented by the NHL and USA Hockey to honor one's contribution to ice hockey in the United Sates. Last year Bob completed his 60th season radio-rinkside and is looking forward to his 61st season with the Komets when the 2013-14 campaign begins in October.
History of WOWO Radio 1190, Fort Wayne
www.historyofwowo.com, 18 Mar 2011 [cached]
Bob Chase (1955-1963)
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Bob Chase (1960s) Promotions Manager:
Bob Chase, head of the ...
audreyclement.org, 29 Mar 2015 [cached]
Bob Chase, head of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance (NVTA) exemplifies the latter. He recently took issue with National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) report indicating that "a majority of the [public] comments sought more details and greater commitments from VDOT that the multimodal aspects of the proposals, especially the new commuter and rapid bus services, would indeed be implemented."
"Not quite," said Chase. "58% (113) stressed the need for additional lanes and increased capacity in the corridor with no mention of concern regarding transit commitments, while 31% (61 including 4 from one individual) expressed concern regarding transit services."
I don't doubt the accuracy of Chase's numbers. In fact lack of Metro ridership explains why I-66 inside the Beltway is a parking lot when HOV is not in effect during rush hour. I myself applaud Bob Chase's search for more parking space, but I do question whether area interstates are the appropriate place to put it.
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