Environmental Research: Linking Transportation, the Environment, and the Future
Federal Highway Administration, 1998 - Cultural property - 32 pages
The brochure highlights 14 exemplary FHWA and State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) projects across America that are meeting the environmental research challenge and looks at transportation as the provider of pathways to opportunities which strengthen our communities, our quality of life, and our responsibility for sharing the planet. The FHWA's Environmental Research Program and the States'surface and Planning Research program allows transportation decisionmakers to define and shape the research agenda and focus on research that will be immediately useful.
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