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49 Figure 5.9. Stakeholders' preferences. When asked the open-ended question of what regulatory greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; California Air Board leg- issues were most important, no two respondents identified islation; truck size and weight; hours of service; and wetland the same issue. The issues cited were funding for the highway regulations. trust fund; open access to rail lines; supply chain security; Endnotes 4RITA. Freight in America, 2006, p. 7. 5MARAD. 1 AAR Statistics, 6 Chung, Kek Choo. Port Performance Indicators. In Infrastructure Notes, pre- Statistics.ashx (accessed on February 27, 2009). pared for the Transportation, Water and Urban Development Department 2 Strategic Highway Research Program 2 Project R16, RailroadDOT Institu- of the World Bank, December 1993, tional Mitigation Strategies, unpublished study. INTTRANSPORT/Resources/336291-1119275973157/td-ps6.pdf (accessed 3MARAD. An Assessment of the U.S. Marine Transportation System, 1999, p. 43. May 24, 2010).