A Concept for a National Freight Data Program, Issue 276
National Research Council (U.S). Committee on Freight Transportation Data: a Framework for Development
Transportation Research Board, 2003 - Business & Economics - 114 pages
Calls upon the Department of Transportation and its Bureau of Transportation Statistics to take the lead in coordinating freight data collection in the US. This work focuses on increasing the linkages between sources of data and filling data gaps to develop a source of timely and reliable data on freight flows. A national framework is needed.
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