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Institutional relationships : case studies Oakley, Janet et al

By: Oakley, JanetPublication details: Transportation Research Board, 2001; Conference proceedings 25, Description: nr 25, s. 57-69Subject(s): USA | Conference | Freight transport | | | Administration | Partnership | 12 | J05 | J12 | 01Bibl.nr: VTI P9000:25Location: Abstract: This conference panel session focuses on institutional relationships in intermodal transportation. The panelists present their stories of successful collaboration between the public and private sectors and share their experiences in overcoming institutional logjams and leveraging public and private energy and resources to identify and eliminate bottlenecks in an effort to gain greater capacity from the existing transportation system. J. Oakley provides an overview. M. Huerta discusses the federal government role. J. Ellis discusses transportation economic partnerships. B. Ritchey describes the Greater Columbus Inland Port, what it is and its mission. R. James elaborates on New Jersey's Portway Project.
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This conference panel session focuses on institutional relationships in intermodal transportation. The panelists present their stories of successful collaboration between the public and private sectors and share their experiences in overcoming institutional logjams and leveraging public and private energy and resources to identify and eliminate bottlenecks in an effort to gain greater capacity from the existing transportation system. J. Oakley provides an overview. M. Huerta discusses the federal government role. J. Ellis discusses transportation economic partnerships. B. Ritchey describes the Greater Columbus Inland Port, what it is and its mission. R. James elaborates on New Jersey's Portway Project.

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