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  • '''Dan Flowers''' is director of the [[Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department]] in Little Rock. He has held the post since January 3, 1994, an
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  • ..., "DSC Moves Clinton Presidential Papers," ''Translog: Journal of Military Transportation Management,'' (March-April 2001).
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  • ====Transportation Infrastructure====
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...nc. and Landscaping Development Consultants, Inc.. OTAK, Inc. consulted on transportation design. Subcontractors on the River Cities Travel Center were Middleton Hea
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  • ...efficient, and aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sound intermodal transportation system" for the state. The department is administered by the [[Arkansas Sta The current Director of Highways and Transportation is [[Dan Flowers]].
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  • #REDIRECT [[Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department]]
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  • ...s State Highway Commission''' administers the [[Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department]]. The six commissioners are appointed to staggered ten-year ter ...nsportation Department, 1913–1992'' (Little Rock: Arkansas State Highway Transportation Department, 1992).
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  • ...in 1986. Stephens Inc. financed the initial public offerings of J.B. Hunt Transportation and [[Wal-Mart Stores]], and the growth of Tyson Foods.
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  • ====Transportation infrastructure==== ...[Arkansas Democrat-Gazette]], United Parcel Service, [[Molex]], [[Maverick Transportation]], [[Nuvell Financial Services]], [[Target]], [[Stephens Inc.]], [[Regions
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • On April 14, 1932, the [[Southern Pacific Transportation Company]] gained control of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway, including t
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...ly part of the 20th Century, when horse-and-buggy provided the most common transportation and horse-drawn wagons carried our local wares, when factories huddled toge
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...(CTC) was a transportation franchise formed in November 1952 from Courtesy Transportation Company, a firm created to take over the assets of [[Arkansas Power and Lig [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...America. A strike by the [[Capitol Transit Company]] had paralyzed public transportation in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Cammack Village in 1955, and prosed ...d to the [[Twin City Transit Company]] (TCT), a subsidiary of the St. John Transportation Company (SJTC). In 1972 TCT passed into the hands of the local governments,
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