transportation priorities


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transportation priorities

[‚tranz·pər′tā·shən prī‚är·əd·ēz]
(engineering)
Indicators assigned to eligible traffic which establish its movement precedence; appropriate priority systems apply to the movement of traffic by sea and air.
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By identifying top transportation priorities in the region, the TranslinkeD initiative will continue to serve as both a platform for stakeholders to discuss ideas and as a resource for local media, policy makers and economic development groups.
Despite $3-a-gallon gasoline and worry about global warming, debate over transportation priorities hasn't figured in this year's presidential campaigns.
We need to build consensus on our transportation priorities in order to reduce traffic and compete effectively for transportation dollars.
City Council's transportation priorities are in this order: pedestrian, bicycle, transit, movement of goods and private automobile.
The interactions that ensued with hundreds of transportation customers and stakeholders began with a simple question: "What should New York State's transportation priorities be for the future?
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Denis and Lisa Hayes had some great things to say about the need for energy conservation and new transportation priorities in their April/May Viewpoint.
The region's transportation priorities -- The Second Avenue Subway, East Side Access for the Long Island Railroad, and a new .
Like the other groups, they pressed for increased funding of transportation priorities and wanted full dedication of the Highway Trust Fund to transportation.
amp; Exporters (CME) are forming a special Joint Border Issues Working Group to help government authorities "address bilateral transportation priorities while ensuring that security goals are fully met.
Their coalition ranges from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, to Friends of the Earth; Scenic America, to the American Planning Association; the Center for Neighborhood Technology, to the Campaign for New Transportation Priorities, plus an evergrowing body of earth-alert groups convinced that we need to bike (the Bicycle Federation of America), ride trains (National Association of Railroad Passengers), take transit (American Public Transit Association) and, of course, walk to survive.
A nonpartisan alliance, Mobility 21 delivers a unified voice for the region's transportation priorities and seeks to improve mobility in the region.
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