National Conference on Setting an Intermodal Transportation Research Framework, Washington, D.C., March 4-5, 1996
Transportation Research Board, Jan 1, 1997 - Containerization - 97 pages
The conference on Setting an Intermodal Research Framework brought together a distinguished assembly of public officials, academicians, commercial leaders, and military specialists. During the conference, each of these groups of professionals found noteworthy synergies in their intermodal interests. Papers contained in these proceedings reflect those synergies. The conference was another step toward a strengthened intermodal partnership.
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