TRANSPORTATION AND THE ECONOMY, DECEMBER 7-9, 1997, UCLA CONFERENCE CENTER, LAKE ARROWHEAD, CALIFORNIA. SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS

The 1997 Annual Symposium Series on The Transportation, Land Use, and Environment Connection, sponsored by the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program, took place December 7-9, 1997 at the UCLA Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, California. The special theme for the conference was Transportation and the Economy. The symposium focused on eight topics. These were: 1. Transportation implications of economic growth and restructuring; 2. Effects of new free trade agreements on international goods movement; 3. Relationships between transportation investments and economic benefits; 4. How transportation investments influence local economic development; 5. Reconciling attainment of air quality standards with major growth in the movement of freight by truck, rail, air, and ship; 6. How economic growth and restructuring are affecting development patterns; 7. Who pays for, and who benefits from transportation investments; and 8. Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) reauthorization and new federal air quality standards as they relate to the economy and transportation.

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  • Accession Number: 00961972
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  • Created Date: Aug 23 2003 12:00AM