2014 Freight in the Southeast

Mid-America Freight Coalition 

The Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies (ITTS) will hold the the 2014 Freight in the Southeast conference on March 4-6 in Tampa, Florida.

This annual meeting focuses on how freight operations and planning is reshaping the region’s transportation system. With discussion focused on regional freight corridors, the importance of foreign direct investment, and transportation’s role in economic development, the conference offers a diverse range of topics and expertise.

The conference is designed for those with an interest in transportation-related strategies to guide multimodal priorities within Southeast region. This includes transportation companies, consultants, academia, logistics personnel, economic development organizations, government officials, and metropolitan/regional planning organizations.

Check out the conference agenda and how to register.

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