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January 28, 2008



ENR, January 28, 2008
COVER STORY

INTERMODALISM
Transportation Officials Outline Needs For Linking Modes and Nodes
The long-anticipated National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commissionís report to Congress on Jan. 15 confirmed what transportation experts already knew: that movement of freight nationwide, including improved infrastructure, will become a policy priority. Full Story.

Cover Photo: AP/Wideworld

NEWS
  1. PROJECT FINANCING
    Credit Market Crisis Snags Vegas Resort
  2. FINANCE
    Deal for D.C. New HOT Lanes Is Turning Out To Be Hot Stuff
  3. RESEARCH
    Conference Eyes Transport Crisis
  4. TRANSMISSION LINES
    Subsea Cables Tie European Electric Grids More Closely
  5. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
    Permits Issued for In-Stream Turbines In the Mississippi
  6. FLOOD CONTROL
    Okeechobee Dike's Cutoff Will Introduce Japanese Method
  7. BRIDGES
    Louisianaís Luling Bridge Stay Cables To Be Replaced

DEPARTMENTS
  1. Letters
  2. Book Review
  3. Construction Week
  4. Washington Observer
  5. Construction Economics
  6. Products
  7. People
  8. Pulse
  9. Editorials
  10. Viewpoint

 

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