Conference Proceedings for the Advanced Multimodal Transportation Weather Services Partnership Initiatives
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Conference Proceedings for the Advanced Multimodal Transportation Weather Services Partnership Initiatives

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      Held on September 28, 1998
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      AGR-IMPACTS-IMPACTS;AGR-IMPACTS-Environment;NTL-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT;NTL-ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT-Environment Impacts;
    • Abstract:
      A symposium was held at the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center on September 28, 1998 to continue an active dialogue on issues related to the use of weather informaiton to support transportation decision making, safety, and efficiency. The objectives of this symposium were: 1. To identify the kinds of weather information that needs to be presented to and that can be easily understood by differenct types of air, ground, and marine users. 2. To identify new multimodal weather system products and programs that address the needs of major groups of users in partnership with the private sector. 3. To plan the implementation of advanced multimodal weather services through cooperative partnership programs that involve federal, state, and local governments working with industry and academic institutions. This symposium involved the presentation of weather service topics and products and possible future advances in weather sensing, weather systems, and forecasting models that lend themselves to integrated multimodal applications. The symposium included time for participants to discuss their own weather service issues and proposed methods to promote multimodal applications and partnerships.
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