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24 Endnotes 7 Freight in America, 1. 8 The National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commis- 1 Congressional Budget Office, The Budget and Economic Outlook: Fiscal Years sion, vol. 2, chapter 4. 20052014--CBO's Economic Projections for 2004 through 2015, http:// 9 FHWA, Chapter 8: Executive Summary, Status of the Nation's Highways, www.cbo.gov (accessed June 6, 2007). Bridges, and Transit: 2006 Conditions and Performance, available at http:// 2 FHWA Freight Analysis Framework Table 2-7. Top 25 Trading Partners of www.fhwa.dot.gov/policy/2006cpr/es08h.htm (accessed Feb. 11, 2008). the United States in Merchandise: 19982006 (Current $ Billions), http:// 10FHWA, Condition and Performance Highlights, http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Table+2-7.++Top+25+Trading+Partne policy/2006cpr/hilights.htm (accessed Feb. 11, 2008). rs+of+the+United+States+in+Merchandise%3A+1998-2006+%28Curren 11 The National Commission Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue t+%24+Billions%29&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq= (accessed Aug. 1, Study, 37. 2008). 12GAO, Restructured Federal Approach Needed for More Focused, Performance- 3 Cambridge Systematics, Draft Freight Transportation Bottom Line Report, Based, and Sustainable Programs, Report to Congressional Requesters, GAO- Freight Demand and Logistics, AASHTO February 2007, pps. 24. 08-400, March 2008, 49. 4 U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, 13 AASHTO Standing Committee on Performance Management, Proposed TradeStats Express, available at http://www.ita.doc.gov/ (accessed June 12, Policy Resolution PPR-10AM-02 Title: Adoption of Candidate State Perfor- 2007). mance Measures, http://www.transportation.org/?siteid=97&pageid=2956 5 FHWA, "Freight Facts and Figures 2007" Table 2-1. Weight of Shipments (accessed May 12, 2010). by Mode: 2002, 2006, 2035 (Millions of Tons), http://www.google.com/ 14AASHTO, Freight Authorization Policy, http://www.transportation.org/sites/ search?hl=en&q=Table+2-1.++Weight+of+Shipments+by+Mode%3A policy_docs/docs/vi.pdf (accessed May 13, 2010). +2002%2C+2006%2C+2035+%28Millions+of+Tons%29&aq=f&oq= 15GAO, National Policy and Strategies Can Help Improve Freight Mobility, (accessed Aug. 1, 2008). Report to the Ranking Member, Committee on Environment and Public Works, 6 Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transpor- U.S. Senate, GAO-08-287, January, 2008. tation Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation. Freight in America: A New National Picture, Jan. 2006, 1.