Highway programming issues and practices: proceedings of two conferences
National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board, United States. Federal Highway Administration
The Administration, 1984 - Travel - 53 pages
This report addresses issues of organization and management; intergovernmental relationships and public involvement; financial management; and procedures that relate to programming and prioritizing state highway projects.
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