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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-158
Date: March 2002
Study of Adequacy of Commercial Truck Parking Facilities
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Topics: research, safety, freight/goods movement
Keywords: research, safety, commercial motor vehicles, truck stop, rest area, travel plaza, truck parking, TEA-21 Section 4027 study, human factors, parking studies, parking supply, truck driver survey, parking demand model
TRT Terms: Soil mechanics--Mathematical models--Handbooks, manuals, etc, Shear strength of soils--Testing--Computer simulation--Handbooks, manuals, etc, Foundation soils, Roadside structures, Soil structure interaction, Finite element method, Impact loads, Computer models