Innovation in Transportation is a summary of a workshop held on September 24-26, 1979 by the Committee on Transportation of the Assembly of Engineering. The purpose of the workshop was to stimulate wide-ranging discussion among a diverse group of participants concerned with the issues surrounding innovation in transportation, and to isolate some of the most important of these issues for concentrated attention. The workshop is part of an examination by the committee to identify barriers and incentives to innovation in transportation, and to develop recommendations for detailed analysis and evaluation for the Department of Transportation.
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|KEYNOTE ADDRESS: STIMULATING TRANSPORTATION INNOVATION--THE FEDERAL ROLE||3-10|
|REMARKS BY CHAIRMEN ON THE SCOPE OF PANEL DELIBERATIONS, PRESENTATION OF BACKGROUND PAPERS, AND DISCUSSANT'S COMMENTS||45-196|
|WORKSHOP CHAIRMAN'S CLOSING REMARKS||239-240|
|PANEL MEMBERS, PARTICIPANTS, AND OTHER ATTENDEES||241-247|
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