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Written by Derek Cutler and Chris Steele

Imagine that you are a logistics manager for a major manufacturer in December of 2019. The economy has been growing at unprecedented speed, and you are doing everything in your power to ensure that raw materials are getting to where they need to go. You've been speaking with each of your suppliers to better understand what's happening in their production cycles so that you can get your parts to your assembly lines as quickly as possible.
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Updating and Enhancing the Award Map with New Data and More Programs
Interest in transportation equity has risen sharply as part of a broader public discussion on disparities in wealth, income, and access to economic opportunities across America. Today we see equity goals in most state and regional transportation plans. But how do we determine what is equitable? That is where it becomes important to develop appropriate measures and goals.
I was part of the decidedly smaller group of people who participated in the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC earlier this month. While only about one-third of a typical year’s 15,000 attendees were present, it was nonetheless a worthwhile and educational experience.
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