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Series: TRB Special Report

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Transportation Research Record, volumes 1567-1608, 1997 series. by National Research Council ...201
Landside Access to U.S. Ports by National Research Council ...238
Building the Road Safety Profession in the Public Sector by Committee for a Study of Supply and Demand for Highway Safety Professionals in the Public Sector289
Potential Impacts Of Climate Change On U.S. Transportation by National Research Council ...290
Safety Research on Highway Infrastructure and Operations; Improving Priorities, Coordination, and Quality by J. Wilson292
A transportation research program for mitigating and adapting to climate change and conserving energy by National Research Council ...299
How We Travel: A Sustainable National Program for Travel Data by National Research Council ...304
Structural Integrity of Offshore Wind Turbines: Oversight of Design, Fabrication, and Installation by National Research Council ...305
Naval Engineering in the 21st Century: The Science and Technology Foundation for Future Naval Fleets by National Research Council ...306
Policy Options for Reducing Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from U.S. Transportation by National Research Council ...307
The Safety Promise and Challenge of Automotive Electronics: Insights from Unintended Acceleration by Thomas R Menzies Jr308
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Offshore Safety and Environmental Management Systems by United States Committee ...309
Worker Health and Safety on Offshore Wind Farms by National Research Council ...310

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