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  • Moving at the Speed of Congestion - The True Costs of Traffic in the Chicago Metropolitan Area August 2008

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    • Jul 29, 2008
  • 2006 Policy Agenda

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    • Jun 28, 2006
  • New Designs for New Times

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    • Apr 6, 2005
  • Transportation Investments: Who Decides? A Better Way To Select Transportation Priorities?

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    • Jan 26, 2005
  • Looking at Illinois FIRST and Beyond

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    • Jan 30, 2004
  • Transportation Solutions for Employers and Employees: Transit Benefits, Employer-Assisted Housing, and Location Efficient Mortgages

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    • Oct 14, 2003
  • Implementing Illinois FIRST

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    • Apr 24, 2003
  • Business Leaders for Transportation Testimony to the U.S. Senate Field Hearing on Surface Transportation

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    • Apr 7, 2003
  • Getting the Chicago Region Moving

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    • Jan 20, 2003
  • Critical Cargo

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    • Apr 30, 2002
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