Airfield Pavement: Keeping Nation's Runways in Good Condition Could Require Substantially Higher Spending

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DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1998 - 80 pages
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Discusses runway conditions at national system airports & provides cost estimates for maintaining & rehabilitating these runways over the next 10 years. The report addresses: (1) the current condition of the nation's airport runways, (2) the likely cost of rehabilitation & preventive maintenance for these runways over the next 10 years; (3) FAA's basis for setting priorities among requests for grants for runway rehabilitation & maintenance, & (4) the results of the demonstration project to address concerns that a lack of funding was hampering runway maintenance at small airports. Charts & tables.
 

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Page 12 - NOTE: Numbers may not add up to 100 due to rounding. SOURCE: US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey: 1990-91 (Administrator Questionnaire).
Page 22 - Table 5— Percentage of public and private secondary schools providing selected benefits to teachers, 1990-91 1 Schools classified as Nonsectarian Special Emphasis and Special Education are not included. SOURCE: US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey: 1990-91 (Teacher Demand and Shortage Questionnaire for Public School Districts and Private School Questionnaire).
Page 83 - 1990-91 Schools and Staffing Survey: Data File User's Manual Volume IV: Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Restricted-Use Codebooks: Administrator, Schools, and Teachers (NCES 93-144-IV) • 1991-92 Teacher Followup Survey Data File User's Manual—Public-Use Version (NCES 94-331) • 1991-92 Teacher Followup Survey Data File User's Manual—Restricted-Use Version (NCES 94-478)
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