Highways and Streets

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There are over 4 million miles of roads in the United States moving cars, trucks, transit, and non-motorized vehicles across a seamless, integrated network. About three-quarters of the roads are owned by localities but the vast majority of travel occurs on major state roads and the federally-designated Interstate System. Today, this complex system is under strain as demands for upgrades and repair, safety improvements, and modernization mount.

2010 Transportation Weekly Archive Index

2010 Transportation Weekly Archive Index   January 2010   January 5, 2010 issue January 21, 2010 issue ...

Intermodal: Moving Freight in a Global Economy

Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy is a comprehensive textbook that offers an overview of the history and...

2009 Transportation Weekly Archive Index

2009 Transportation Weekly Archive   January 2009 January 13, 2009 issue – CBO releases dismal new budget forecast;...

Federal Bridge Policy: Past and Future

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Transportation Investment: New Insights in Economic Analysis

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Eno: The Man and the Foundation

In the annals of history, a figure sometimes emerges who, though not universally known, is nonetheless of crucial significance. Such a...

Parking – For Institutions and Special Events

A concise and insightful look at the problems that medical centers, colleges, and socio-recreational sports complexes face in providing...

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