Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota
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Articles in this issue: CTS Fall Luncheon speaker to discuss London's congestion-charging policy; University research featured at national ITS conference; Roundtable to explore bus rapid transit, pricing; Poster previews events; Innovative technology to promote rural intersection safety; Report: driver error, animal crossing most common causes of rural crashes; Conference to look at health implications of community design; CTS Executive Committee reviews performance measures, budget; CTS welcomes new staffer
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