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4 Participate in efforts through their professional associations to continue dialogue on ways to share best practices and perpetuate the further development of model agreements and model practices. References 1. Federal Railroad Administration. Freight Railroads Background. www.fra.dot.gov/downloads/policy/ freight2006%20final.pdf. Accessed April 30, 2008. 2. Association of American Railroads. U.S. Freight Railroad Productivity (Sept. 2009). www.aar.org/ incongress//media/aar/backgroundpapers/usfreightrailroadproductivity.ashx. Accessed July 26, 2010. 3. Cambridge Systematics. Freight Demand and Logistics Bottom Line Report (Draft). American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2006, pp. 39.