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... Goods Movement Our economy and lifestyles depend on an efficient system for moving freight, both domestically and internationally, and adequate public infrastructure for the private carriers that must rely on it. After completing the Interstate Highway System, expanding airports and ports in response to improved aviation and marine technologies, and deregulating the freight sector, the United States had a logistics and freight infrastructure system without parallel.
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... automated technology offers while protecting the public from additional risk? How can policy makers ensure that any public infrastructure required for the automation of long-distance trucks does not provide indirect subsidies to motor carriers at the expense of other private freight modes?
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