Center for Transportation Studies University of Minnesota
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Articles in this issue: Transportation workforce- a call to action; BRT workshop features TechnoBus debut; CTS conducts certification training for Mn/DOT consultant services; New Program puts the human element first in transportation research; Professor receives national honors; Researchers examines road financing alternatives; Research measure connections between highway improvements, development; Report examines security issues for transit system users; U research finds tiniest vehicle emission particles may be worst pollution yet; Conference held on urban transportation corridor development; Transportation careers showcased at CE orientation; ITS Institute funds student attendance at ITS America meeting; WTS presents annual awards; Road workers told they can be heroes at maintenance expo; AirTAP holds lighting seminar, announces web site; BRT web site and email newsletter available;Freight and Logistics Symposium proceedings; Project delivery streamlining
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