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Landside Access to U.S. Ports: Special Report 238

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Landside Access to U.S. Ports

Special Report 238(1993)
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TRB Special Report 238 - Landside Access to U.S. Ports examines the nature of port access problems and appropriate strategies for responding to them. The report covers four broad subject areas that influence landside transportation access to ports: physical impediments, land use policies, regulatory constraints, and institutional issues.


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National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 1993. Landside Access to U.S. Ports: Special Report 238. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

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198 pages |6 x 9

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Report Contents 1-212

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