strategic planning

November 2013

The practice of freight transportation planning has evolved significantly over the last decade, catalyzed by the enhanced freight planning requirements embodied in Safe Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) and a growing national concern about insufficient freight capacity.

June 2013

NCFRP Report 25: Freight Data Sharing Guidebook provides a series of guidelines for sharing freight data, primarily between public and private freight stakeholders.

June 2013

The AASHTO Waterborne Freight Transportation Bottom Line Report presents a comprehensive overview of the United States marine transportation system.

November 2013

The nation’s freight shippers, receivers, and carriers depend on transportation agencies to provide new highway capacity to meet the demands of growing domestic commerce and international trade.

jbrogan

What does MAP-21 Require for Freight Planning and How Can I Develop a
MAP-21-Compliant Freight Plan?
  

camsysadmin

Is a framework really necessary to integrate safety into the transportation
planning process?
  

pdowell

Why integrate economic analysis in transportation planning?