Transportation

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Unveils Policy Guidance for Automated Vehicles
Ted Link-Oberstar, October 2016
This federal update highlights major elements of NHTSA’s first-ever policy guidance to guide the development and implementation of autonomous vehicle technology. It is aimed at industry stakeholders as well as state and local governments and is intended to promote safety while providing flexibility in order to encourage innovation.

Federal Transportation Funding: How Does It Work and What Will the New Transportation Act Mean for California?
Erin Riches, January 2012
Billions of dollars are at stake for California as Congress revisits federal transportation programs and funding.

Liquefied Natural Gas: What Is LNG? And What Is Proposed for California?
Kip Wiley, September 2008
The United States, including California, uses natural gas to heat homes and offices, cook food, and, most of all, fuel power plants generating electricity.

Port Security—California's Exposed Container Ports: The Case for More Post-9/11 Protection
Max Vanzi, November 2006
Five years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a great concern persists that more terrorists—or their weapons—will arrive on a ship in a cargo container from a foreign port and unleash hell on American soil once again.

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