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Researchers highlight city-centered practices in “roadmap for the 21st century”

posted Nov 14, 2017, 1:35 PM by Chris McCahill

Our National Highway System was built on two major pillars—popular support for new highway construction and federal funding from gas taxes—according to a new paper published in Research in Transportation Business and Management. Both have recently shown signs of weakening, however, forcing transportation agencies to adjust and re-prioritize. According to the paper, more city-centered practices are helping agencies meet evolving 21st century transportation needs, often with fewer resources.

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