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A-1 APPENDIX A BIBLIOGRAPHY Wireless Roadside Truck and Bus Safety Inspections Study, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., February 2005. Baron, William, Roadside Vehicle Identification Technologies--Final Report, U.S. DOT, Research and Special Program Administration, Cambridge, MA, June 20, 2001. Hughes, Dr. Ronald, Keppler, Steve, Yeakel, Skip, Deedy, Conal and Moses, Tom, The Context for Com- mercial Vehicle Enforcement Activity in 2020: Forecast of Future Directions in Truck Safety and Secu- rity, Future Truck and Bus Safety Research Directions Conference, Arlington, VA, March 2324, 2005. FMCSA Safety Program Performance Measures--Intervention Model: Roadside Inspection and Traffic Enforcement Effectiveness Assessment, John A. Volpe National Transportation System Center Motor Carrier Safety Assessment Division, Cambridge, MA, September 2002. Alejandro Bodipo-Memba, "Diesel Jumps Higher than Gas: Trucking Expenses to Trickle Down to Consumers," Detroit Free Press, October 27, 2004. "Higher Fuel Costs Put Pressure on Truck Safety," National Union of Public and General Employees Newsletter, September 12, 2005. Freight Analysis Framework, Federal Highway Administration, Freight Analysis Framework, available: http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/freight/freight_news/FAF/talkingfreight_faf.htm. Integrating Freight in the Transportation Planning Process, Federal Highway Administration training course. North American Free Trade Agreement: Coordinated Operational Plan Needed to Ensure Mexican Trucks Compliance with U.S. Standards, United States General Accounting Office, Washington, D.C., December 2001. ISS-2: The Integration of the Motor Carrier Safety Status Measurement System (SAFESTAT) Into the Roadside Inspection Selection System (ISS) Final Report, The Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, Fargo, North Dakota, January 2000. Evaluation of the Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) Model Deployment Initiative, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio, March 2002. The following states' Commercial Vehicle Safety Plans also were reviewed: · California; · Colorado; · Florida; · Kansas; · Minnesota; · North Carolina; · New Jersey; · Texas; · Vermont; and · Washington. The following states' CVISN Program Plans and/or Top-Level Designs also were reviewed: · Connecticut; · Florida; · Georgia; · Idaho; · Iowa; · Massachusetts; · Missouri; · New York; · New Jersey; · South Carolina; · Texas; · Vermont; · Washington; and · Wyoming.