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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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  • The '''Capital Transportation Company''' is a former bus and electric streetcar company in North Little R ...k transportation system from [[Arkansas Power and Light]] in 1935. Capital Transportation was later called the [[Citizen's Coach Company]], [[Metro Transit Managemen
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  • ...reclaim blighted or abandoned areas and connect these areas to mainstream transportation and utilities services. Still another method would be to provide open, kid- ...lf. These typically privately funded streetcars provided cheap, efficient transportation to inner city visitors, and ensured that the businesses which flocked aroun
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  • ...Portland Development Commission for urban renewal and new urbanist public-transportation system featuring streetcars, urban light rail, and regional commuter rail e
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  • ...umerous committees, numbering among them the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee and the prestigious Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Co
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  • ...es for accessorial services, like forklifts, portable ramps, etc. Then the transportation offices had all the information necessary to order whatever they needed to ..., "DSC Moves Clinton Presidential Papers," ''Translog: Journal of Military Transportation Management,'' (March-April 2001).
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  • ..., "DSC moves Clinton Presidential papers," ''Translog: Journal of Military Transportation Management,'' March-April 2001.
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  • [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...ions into the air. The company also works on highways, railways, and cargo transportation routes in both urban and rural areas. The company routinely works on some o
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  • ...in Little Rock, Arkansas. Metroplan was formed in 1955 by mayors, judges, transportation officials, and local leaders "acting out of necessity and inspired by the p The transportation planner for Metroplan is [[John Hoffpauer]].
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  • ==Demographics, Economics, Transportation== ====Transportation====
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  • In order to encourage alternative transportation some parking spots outside the building feature [[electric vehicle charging
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  • ...7]]. Commonly called the "Bone Dry" Liquor Law, the 1917 law outlawed "the transportation, delivery, and storage of liquor, excepting only alcohols used for scientif
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  • ...rawn rail transportation in the city. This first attempt to provide public transportation in the city immediately failed. ...e [[Arkansas Power and Light Company]] who then leased them to the Capitol Transportation Company. In 1927 this new company bought 30 single-truck, single-end lightw
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  • ...ment]], the [[Worker's Compensation Commission]], and the Arkansas State [[Transportation Commission]]. The [[Arkansas Justice Building Commission]] controls distrib
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  • ...on was the result of several decades of effort to improve port facilities, transportation, and flood control on the Arkansas River. As early as 1941 Senator [[Hattie
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  • ...n, was the result of several decades of effort to improve port facilities, transportation, and flood control on the Arkansas River. As early as 1941 Senator [[Hattie [[Category:Transportation]]
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  • ...idency of [[Bill Clinton]] were moved to the management site by the [[U.S. Transportation Command]] and [[Deployment Support Command]]. ..., "DSC Moves Clinton Presidential Papers," ''Translog: Journal of Military Transportation Management,'' (March-April 2001).
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  • ...ttle Rock]], the [[City of North Little Rock]], the [[Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department]], the [[Arkansas Game and Fish Commission]], the [[Arkansas Dep
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  • *[[Highway and Transportation Department]]
    14 KB (1,753 words) - 22:56, 1 May 2011
  • ...00. A matching grant of $1.6 million from the [[Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department]], $3 million in federal grant money, and Pulaski County paid th
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  • ...in [[Jacksonville]] and Fort Smith, Arkansas. The bus company coordinated transportation with national bus lines like Greyhound and Trailways. ...staking in the company immediately after [[World War II]] and secured mail transportation contracts with the U.S. Post Office. As the nation's highways expanded, Bur
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