Defense Infrastructure: High-Level Federal Interagency Coordination Is Warranted to Address Transportation Needs Beyond the Scope of the Defense Access Roads Program
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 51 pages
The unprecedented growth at 26 military installations across the country due to the implementation of several concurrent DoD initiatives is expected to stress transportation needs for surrounding communities. The Defense Access Roads program, while small when compared to other transportation funding sources, provides a means for DoD to pay a share of the cost of highway improvements due to unusual and sudden DoD-generated activities. This report: (1) assessed the use of the program to mitigate transportation needs; and (2) identified additional steps that may be necessary to address unmet transportation needs. Includes recommend. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important publication.
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