From the monthly archives:

June 2012

The FHWA Office Office of Freight Management and Operations has released a RFA for Off Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project Grants. FHWA will award up to $450,000 in research grants to explore the benefits of delivering goods during “off hours” in small- and medium-sized urban areas with growing congestion problems. Working with the Environmental Protection Agency, […]

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At the 2012 MAFC Annual Meeting, we talked about increasing the collaboration between the MAFC and other regions — specifically the group of states in the Southeast represented by the Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies (ITTS). As part of this collaboration, we’ve agreed to pursue a joint annual meeting in the Spring of 2013 in […]

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On June 15, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced that that the United States and Canada have reached an agreement that will allow the Detroit International River Crossing project to proceed. Prime Minister Harper described the Agreement as follows: “Our Government is taking the measures necessary to facilitate trade and […]

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