One state, Florida, demonstrates the ongoing problem in its June 2014 state-of-the-art Freight Mobility and Trade plan. In 2011, rail hauled only 9 percent of the tonnage of trucks in the state. That already low share is projected to dip to 8 percent in 2040. Over this same period Florida’s population is projected to increase from 20 million in 2011 to 35 million in 2040. As valuable as trucks are, can we accommodate that much freight demand without increasing the percentage moved by rail?

SUPPORT OTNA'S FUTURE

PROGRESS FUND

We are soliciting gifts from the individuals whose substantial assets enable them to bolster OTNA’s economic foundation, enabling us to expand our footprint in both the public and private sectors. Large donations directly underpin our ability to conduct vital primary research and to engage with major players to alter the course of transportation planning toward greater sustainability, balance, and intelligence.

Will you step forward to provide OTNA with the financial strength that empowers us to develop and deliver our impactful programs for shifting the conversation and expanding the field of possibilities in transportation planning?

After you have typed in some text, hit ENTER to start searching...