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APPENDIX B References and Resources References Beagan, Daniel, Fischer, Michael, and Kuppam, Arun. September 2007. Quick Response Freight Manual II. USDOT/FHWA FHWA-HOP-08-010. Cambridge Systematics, Inc., Transmanagement, Inc., Transtech Management, Inc., and Heanue, K. 2007. NCHRP Report 570: Guidebook for Freight Policy, Planning, and Programming in Small- and Medium-Size Metropolitan Areas, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Cambridge Systematics, Inc. and GeoStats, LLP. 2010. NCFRP Report 8: Freight-Demand Modeling to Support Public-Sector Decision Making, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., p 3. Rodrigue, Jean-Paul, Comtois, Claude, and Slack, Brian. 2009. The Geography of Transport Systems, 2nd ed, New York: Routledge. Deitz, Richard. February/March 2006. Current Issues in Economics and Finance. Laeser, Edward, Kolko, Jed, and Saiz, Albert. 2000. "Consumer City," National Bureau of Economic Research, http://www.nber.org/papers/w7790 Lakshmanan, T. R., Anderson, William P. January 2002. Transportation Infrastructure, Freight Services Sector and Economic Growth: A Synopsis. FHWA. Lomax, T. J., Schrank, D. L., and Turner, S. M. December 2010. TTI's 2010 Urban Mobility Report, Texas Trans- portation Institute, Texas A&M University System, p 1. Porter, Michael E., Harvard University et al. 2002. "Atlanta-Columbus: Clusters of Innovation Initiative." Reebie Associates et al. 2003. "The Economic Impact of Rail to the City of Chicago." Chicago Department of Transportation. Strauss-Wieder, Anne. 2003. NCHRP Synthesis 320: Integrating Freight Facilities and Operations with Commu- nity Goals. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. U.S. Census Bureau. (2009). Population and Percent Distribution by Core-Based Statistical Area (data file), retrieved from http://www.census.gov/popest/estimates/html U.S. Census Bureau. Online Glossary. http://factfinder.census.gov/home/en/epss/glossary_a.html U.S. Census Bureau. "2008 National Population Projections" (released August 2008). http://www.census.gov/ population/www/projections/2008projections.html USDOT, RITA, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau. December 2009. 2007 Economic Census: Transportation Commodity Flow Survey. Wilson, Rosalyn. June 2009. 20th Annual State of Logistics Report, Council of Supply Chain Management Pro- fessionals. Presented at the National Press Club, July 17, 2009. Wilson, Rosalyn. 2010. Annual State of Logistics Report. Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. Resources BESTUFS Good Practice Guide on Urban Freight Transport. 2007. www.bestufs.net Bok, Susan. Improving Truck Movement in Urban Industrial Districts: Application of GIS, Accident and Field Data. Paper presented at the 2006 METRANS conference. Abstract available on http://www.usc.edu/schools/ price/research/publications/recent_publications.html Chatterjee, Arun. 2006. "Curbside Truck Loading in Downtown Areas." Talking Freight. Chatterjee, Arun. "Freight Transportation Planning for Urban Areas." ITE Journal, 74(12), 2025. Edwards and Kelcey, Inc., 2007 Chicago Downtown Freight Study. Chicago Department of Transportation. 106

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Appendix B 107 Forbes, Gerald, December 2010. "Urban Roadway Classification before the Design Begins," Transportation Research Board Circular E-C019: Urban Street Symposium. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. HDR Engineering, Inc. 2006. Downtown Orlando Transportation Plan: Final Report. City of Orlando. Lethco, Trent, et al., 2008. A Street Management Framework for Lower Manhattan: The Downtown of the 21st Cen- tury. Article submitted for presentation and publication for TRB 88th Annual Meeting. Lu, Xiao-Yun, et al. 2007. Investigating the Possibility of Using BART for Air Freight Movement. 2nd National Urban Freight Conference, Dec. 57, 2007, Long Beach, California. Morris, Anne. 2009. The Last Mile--Developing Efficient Freight Operations for Manhattan's Buildings. Steven L Newman Real Estate Institute. Available at http://aux.zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/newman/pdf/thelastmile.pdf New York Department of Transportation. 2002. Off-Loading Dock Study. OECD Publishing. 2003. Delivering the Goods: 21st Century Challenges to Urban Goods Transport. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Pivo, Gary, et al. 2002. "Learning from Truckers: Truck Drivers' Views of the Planning and Design of Urban and Suburban Centers." Journal of Planning and Research, 19:1. Scott, Marina, et al. 2009. Improving Freight Movement in Delaware Central Business Districts. Delaware Department of Transportation. Seattle Department of Transportation, 2008. 10 Best Practices in Freight Movement, "10A: Freight Mobility" In Seattle Urban Mobility Plan. Available at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/docs/ump/10%20SEATTLE %20Best%20Practices%20in%20Freight%20Movement.pdf Transportation Research Board. 2003. NCHRP Synthesis 320: Integrating Freight Facilities and Operations with Community Goals. Washington, D.C. FHWA. 2005. Assessing the Effects of Freight Movement on Air Quality on a National and Regional Level. USDOT, FHWA, Office of Freight Management & Operations. 2009. Urban Freight Case Studies: Los Angeles. USDOT, FHWA, Office of Freight Management & Operations. 2009. Urban Freight Case Studies: New York. USDOT, FHWA, Office of Freight Management & Operations. 2009. Urban Freight Case Studies: Orlando. USDOT, FHWA, Office of Freight Management & Operations. 2009. Urban Freight Case Studies: Washington D.C. Volpe National Transportation Center. 2003. District of Columbia Motor Carrier Management and Threat Assessment. District of Columbia Department of Transportation. Wilbur Smith Associates and S. R. Kale Consulting, LLC. January 2009. A Guidebook for Engaging the Private Sector in Freight Transportation Planning, USDOT/FHWA. FHWA-HEP-09-015.