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Articles in this issue: Research commercialization aids public, says VP Maziar; Transportation and Regional growth study; Speakers set for CTS Logistics Symposium on June 14; Biodiesel Fuel Project may mean greater soybean sales for farmers; Minnesota T2 Cosponsors Spring Maintenance Expo; Signal control timing system smooths Minneapolis traffic; New partnership enhances new transportation policy research; Steve Lind to direct Maintenance Operations Research; Minnesotans attend ITS America
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