The VTI National Transport Library Catalogue

Integrating freight facilities and operations with community goals Strauss-Wieder, Anne

By: Strauss-Wieder, AnnePublication details: Washington DC National Cooperative Highway Research Program, 2003; NCHRP synthesis 320, Description: 58 s, 4,4 MBISBN: 030906967XSubject(s): USA | Freight transport | Traffic restraint | Noise control | Emission control | Environment protection | Land use | Residential area | Road transport | Rail bound transport | Air transport | Maritime transport | 12 | J05 | Prc | PrdOnline resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1314:320Location: Abstract: This synthesis report will be of interest to freight and transportation agencies, economic development departments, metropolitan planning and other community sector organizations, as well as elected officials. It covers water, truck, rail, and air freight facilities and operations. Although the report does not include pipelines, several of the issues and practices discussed are relevant to pipeline facilities and operations. The document identifies practices that have been or are being used by the private-sector freight companies and public transportation agencies in citing their facilities, modifying their operations, and managing their community relations. "Good neighbor initiatives" and balancing practices employed by metropolitan planning and economic development organizations, local governments, and others are also recognized.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1314:320

This synthesis report will be of interest to freight and transportation agencies, economic development departments, metropolitan planning and other community sector organizations, as well as elected officials. It covers water, truck, rail, and air freight facilities and operations. Although the report does not include pipelines, several of the issues and practices discussed are relevant to pipeline facilities and operations. The document identifies practices that have been or are being used by the private-sector freight companies and public transportation agencies in citing their facilities, modifying their operations, and managing their community relations. "Good neighbor initiatives" and balancing practices employed by metropolitan planning and economic development organizations, local governments, and others are also recognized.

Powered by Koha