qTRB's National Cooperative Freight Research Program (NCFRP) Report 23: Synthesis of Freight Research in Urban Transportation Planning explores policies and practices for managing freight activity in metropolitan areas. The primary focus of the report is on qlast-mile/first-mileq strategies, but it also addresses strategies affecting environmental issues and trading hubs or nodes. The research used to develop the report looked beyond the United States--mostly, but not exclusively' in Europe and the European BESTUFS (Best Urban Freight Solutions) program--for potentially relevant policies and practices that could be used in the United StatesqTruck traffic is not only increasing, but at a rate 50 percent faster than general traffic (GDOT, 2012). ... In late 2005, the Florida Department of Transportation ( FDOT) hosted an industry forum to present publicaprivate partnership opportunities for the tunnel and issued a Request for Qualifications ... Half of the capital costs and all of the operation and maintenance costs will be paid for by the state of Florida.
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