Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota
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Articles in this issue; Special Annual Research Conference edition; Security joins safety, congestion mitigation as re authorization priorities; Affordable housing, re authorization to shape future of smart growth; Panelists give three perspectives on legislative gridlock; TRG workshop demonstrates impact of research on public policy; Effects on 9-11 impact transportation and economy;Regional airports challenged bu new security changes; New systems to help safety and security; Traffic "calming"- does it work?; U-Pass Program gains popularity; Transit initiatives look SMART; Corridors: a better way to measure impacts?; Maintenance program reduces future costs
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