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Cross Border Regional Truck Transportation Conference

Jun 15-16, 2005 – Because of this increased regional trade, it is imperative for states and provinces to develop a dialog that will result in a more efficient and competitive truck transportation system. The Cross Border Regional Truck Transportation Conference will bring neighboring states and provinces together to develop awareness of truck size and weight regulation commonalities and differences and identify opportunities for states and provinces to work together to create a more competitive regional economy.

Related Reports

Presentations

TitlePresenter
Toward A New Horizon: A Vision of the Region's Economic Future - An Overview of the Region's Economy (PDF, 26K)Jerry Nagel, Northern Great Plains, Inc.
Western Uniformity Scenario (PDF, 189K)Mark Berwick, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute
An Overview of State & Provincial Truck Regulations and Permitting - Commonalities and Differences (PDF, 1980K)Mark Lofgren, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute
Issues and Developments for Truck Transportation in the Prairie Region (PDF, 2228K)Alan Clayton and Jeannette Montufar, University of Manitoba
A Law Enforcement Perspective (PDF, 736K)Doyle Schultz and Leanna Emmer, ND Highway Patrol
Transportation Factors Influencing the Competitiveness of Agricultural and Food Products (PDF, 595K)Richard Beilock, University of Florida
Transportation Safety (PDF, 373K)John Woodrooffe, University of Michigan
Interregional Truck Transportation System: A Vision for the Future (PDF, 166K)Gene Griffin, Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute
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