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The Strategic Multimodal Analysis - Task 3: Chicago-New York City Corridor Analysis - Final Report


American Trucking Associations. Size & Weight Exceptions. Truckline Website.

Battelle and John Woodrooffe and Associates. Developing a Practical, Federally Supervised, State-based System for Responsibility for Permitting the Controlled Use of Larger and Heavier Trucks. Office of Policy, FHWA, U.S. DOT. Washington, DC. 2003.

CSX Corporation Website. Shortlines by State.

CSX Intermodal Website. CSXI Terminals.

Cambridge Systematics, Inc. & Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas, Inc. Multi-Client Port Access Project: Final Report. I-95 Corridor Coalition. Springfield, Virginia. September 2003.

Consolidated Rail Corporation Website. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Department of Motor Vehicles. Summary Information on Vehicle Dimensions and Weights. New York DOT. Albany, New York. 2004.

Federal Highway Administration, An Initial Assessment of Freight Bottlenecks on Highways, October 2005.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Analysis and Information Online Website. Crash Profiles Online. U.S. DOT.

Fekpe, E.S.K. and Alam, M. I-90 / I-94 Corridor Study. FHWA, U.S. DOT. Washington, DC. October 1996.

Freight Management and Operations. National Highway System (NHS) Connectors. Office of Operation, FHWA, U.S. DOT.

General Assembly of State of New Jersey. P.L. 1999, Chapter 348, Assembly No. 3540. Trenton, New Jersey. 2000.

Harvey, Thomas N. et al. I-80 Corridor Study for the FHWA Comprehensive Truck Size and Weight Study. FHWA U.S. DOT. Washington, DC. December 1996.

Illinois State Police. Understanding the Illinois Size & Weight Laws. Illinois DOT. Springfield, Illinois. 2001.

Illinois Tollway Website. Downers Grove, Illinois.

Indiana Department of Transportation. Indiana E-W Toll Road Website. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Maritime Department. Massport's Foreign Trade Zone: Your Import/Export Advantage. Massachusetts Port Authority. East Boston, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Port Authority Website. East Boston, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Turnpike Authority. Boston, Massachusetts.

Matteson, Anne and Blower, Daniel. Trucks Involved in Fatal Accidents Factbook 2000. Center for National Truck Statistics, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Ann Arbor, Michigan. July 2003.

Motor Carrier Division. Motor Carrier Height and Weight Restrictions. PennDOT. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Motor Carrier Division. Truck Driver's Guidebook. Michigan State Police. Lansing, Michigan. pp. 30-41.

National Center for Statistics & Analysis. Traffic Safety Facts 2002. U.S. DOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. DOT HS 809 618. 2004.

National Center for Statistics & Analysis. Traffic Safety Facts 2002. U.S. DOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. DOT HS 809 620. January 2004.

New York City Economic Development Corporation. Cross Harbor Freight Movement Project Website. New York, New York.

New York State Thruway Authority Website. Albany, New York.

Norfolk Southern Corporation Website. Norfolk, Virginia.

Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency. Summary of Indiana Size and Weight Laws under TITLE 9 Article 20. Indiana General Assembly. Indianapolis, Indiana. 2004.

Office of Highway Policy Information. Highway Statistics 2002. FHWA, U.S. DOT. 2003.

Office of Licensing and Commercial Standards. Truck Drivers Guide Book. Ohio State Highway Patrol. Columbus, Ohio. 2004. pp. 28-38.

Ohio Turnpike Commission Website. Berea, Ohio.

Port Authority of NY & NJ. Fact Sheet: Foreign-Trade Zone No. 49. New York, New York. 2002.

Port Authority of NY & NJ. Fact Sheet: Port Inland Distribution Network. New York, New York. 2003.

Port Authority of NY & NJ Website. New York, New York.

Seaport Advisory Council Website. Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

University of New Orleans – National Ports and Waterways Institute. High Speed Ferry and Coastwise Vessels: Assessment of a New York/Boston Service. Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies. May 2003.

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