These proceedings are organized as follows: Executive Summary; Plenary Session 1, containing the keynote address and reports from the members of the National Commission on Intermodal Transportation; Luncheon Presentations; Plenary Sessions 2 through 9, some containing an issue overview, with case studies supporting the theme of the session; An appendix with poster session case studies and corporate profiles; and A listing of conference participants. The case studies developed by the participants are snapshots of progress toward realizing intermodal systems, snapshots ranging from policy funding innovations to technical solutions. The proceedings provide a workbook of ideas and a directory of diverse national initiatives upon which to draw. All speeches are not quoted here; rather, session summaries and case study templates are presented.For roads: highway infrastructure constraints, highway bridges with vertical clearance restrictions, highway bridges with ... for the highway infrastructure constraints: a bridge inventory, accident history printouts, and the Highway Condition Manual. ... system (which consists of the national highway system and other state highways that carry more than 5 percent truck traffic). ... Height limitations were obtained from the NYSDOT bridge inventory and confirmed by the railroad operators.
|Title||:||National Conference on Intermodalism|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 1996|