Examines recent trends in intermodal rail transportation; assessed the prospects for more intermodal cooperation between the rail and trucking industries; identified problems that limit the effectiveness and benefits of intermodal transportation, and considered whether any federal initiatives might be helpful in encouraging intermodal cooperation. Charts and tables.Combined Rail-Truck Service Offers Public Benefits, But Challenges Remain ... The truckload companies may expand their intermodal operations substantially if the current cooperative ventures provide ... a clear distinction between its rail and highway service, minimizing potential disputes with its Teamsters Union drivers.
|Title||:||Intermodal Freight Transportation|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1993-06-01|