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Maine's Nadeau named FHWA deputy administrator

Posted on July 2, 2009

Gregory G. Nadeau will join the Federal Highway Administration as deputy administrator on July 8.

"Greg's background is ideal for the Federal Highway Administration," said FHWA's Executive Director Jeffrey F. Paniati. "He brings a unique combination of transportation and legislative experience. His strong background in economic development will be a valuable asset as we work to support our economic recovery."

Since 2002, Nadeau served as Maine Department of Transportation's deputy commissioner for Policy, Planning and Communications. In this role, he managed the state's transportation planning, freight and business services. He also served on the Maine Turnpike Authority's Board of Directors, and was the state transportation department's liaison to Maine's congressional delegation. 

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