Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota
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Articles in this issue: Action needed now to deal with U.S. energy and greenhouse gas challenges; Finance shifting from fuel tax to local measures, tolls; Scenarios predict adequacy of Minnesota road taxes in 2030; Telework and e-shopping take on traffic congestion; Chromatic perception affects snowplow visibility; New tool to help officials set biodiesel policies; HOT lane experts share evaluation findings, inform I-394 planning; Twin Cities-area highways: changing politics, participants, and institutions; CTS publications catalog available; Maintenance workers learn new skills at training expo; CLM presents awards
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