Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
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Articles in this issue: Opening keynote: Momentum shifting toward public-private partnerships; Opening panel discusses future of P3s in Minnesota; Speakers discuss P3 activities, research in Minnesota; Commissioner outlines enterprise risk management at MnDOT; Cyclopath and Cycloplan: collaborative bicycle planning and routing; Alternative vehicles, energy sources to shape transportation; Study assesses neighborhood and social influences of transit corridors; Rough roads are expensive for Minnesota motorists; ‘CrashHelp’ to improve emergency medical response for rural crashes; Luncheon speaker: Accessibility measures needed to guide transportation policy; Planning the Future of the Twin Cities; Research explores benefits of distance-based fees for trucking industry; Conference video and presentation slides available
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