Assessing the Role of Regulation in Urban Goods Movement

by Richard A. Staley, R.A. Staley Consulting, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Goods Transportation in Urban Areas

Abstract:

While economic regulation per se is becoming virtually non-existant, other forms of regulations which result in finite and measurable economic impacts continue on -- and indeed are proliferating. The paper presents a brief listing of some of the regulatory provisions currently in force in various jurisdictions. Subjects covered include state level regulations, local/city level regulations, and others.



Subject Headings: Economic factors | Freight transportation | Urban areas | Local government | Trucks | Environmental issues | Transportation management

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