Transportation: Invest in Our Future : a New Vision for the 21st Century
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 2007 - Transportation - 93 pages
The report is the fifth of seven being provided by AASHTO to the National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission, which will make transportation recommendations to Congress. It explores issues associated with preparing the national transportation system to meet future needs. According to a press release on the report, global economic competition, metropolitan congestion, and global climate change are among the latest dynamics that require new thinking in the nation's transportation system of the future.
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Transportation Vision and Strategies for the 21st Century
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