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Article Cites EDRG Portland Congestion Study

An 11/29/14 article in The World, cites the 2005 EDRG study, "The Cost of Congestion to the Economy of the Portland Region."  The article, entitled, 'The High Cost of Poor Roads," discusses the findings of two new Oregon Department of Transportation studies, which tackle the economic implications of poor state highways and bridges, emphasizing the need for major investment.  The article mentions that the 2005 EDRG study analyzed the costs of congestion to the Portland economy and found Oregon businesses suffering competitive disadvantages because of transportation congestion.   

"The High Cost of Poor Roads" - Worldlink.com (11/29/14)

EDRG Study - "The Cost of Congestion to the Economy of the Portland Region" (2005)

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