Transportation Journal is published quarterly for the American Society of Transportation and Logistics to disseminate research findings and original writings on transportation, logistics, and related fields. Book reviews are included. Articles cover such areas as air transport, international transport, logistics/physical/distribution/supply chain management, management information systems and computer applications, motor transport, rail transport, regulation/law, traffic and transport management, transport policy, and water transport.
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