1957 review of ARBA's 1956 evaluation of the ability and readiness of the engineering profession and the highway industry to plan, design and execute a long range program to eliminate deficiencies in the nation's highways
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1956 Task Force 21 months accelerate the highway advance Federal-aid American Road Builders analysis apportionment April 30 bids billions billions billions Bureau of Public Congress construction plans contract Contractor capacity Design and Geometries developed Earthwork computation electronic computer programs estimates expedite Federal-Aid High Federal-Aid Highway Act Federal-Aid Program Federal-aid reimbursements go Federal-aid secondary rural Federal-aid secondary urban Federal-aid systems flow process gram Highway Construction Levels highway construction vol highway departments Highway Design highway engineer highway industry Highway Location highway market highway needs Highway Trust Fund Highway user revenues Industry Capacity inter Interstate highways Interstate System June 30 ment needs and costs Non-Federal-Aid Construction payment to contractors pedite percent Photogrammetry and Scanning physical highway construction prepared Public Roads revenues and Federal-aid right-of-way acquisition schedule Secretary of Commerce Section specific projects Surveys and Forecasts TABLE TASK FORCE REPORTS tion toll road Total Traffic Surveys Treasury tural Vice President