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CCDoTT is a California State University, Long Beach sponsored, government approved and supported R&D center dealing with maritime-related transportation issues on behalf of both commercial and military interests.
According to the CCDoTT report, a typical container trucked from New York to Miami in 1999 cost an average of $2,000.
The CCDoTT report calls for dedicated port facilities, designed to support the domestic fleet's container and RO/RO needs.
The goals of CCDoTT are to support developments in commercial transportation technologies; build on transportation research and development, training, education, and technologies from an extensive foundation of sources; improve military readiness and effectiveness; and improve the nation's productivity, competitiveness, and balance of trade.
The objectives of CCDoTT are to reduce time and cost of military deployments; reduce cost and delivery times of commercial intermodal goods transport, especially high value, time-sensitive goods; foster and assist deployment of advanced transportation technologies; provide a stable intermodal transportation infrastructure; and support the manufacturing sector.
The CCDoTT's charge is prototyping of agile port facilities operating in combination with high-speed sealift and related rapid deployment technologies; and improving the capabilities for cargo tracking and personnel movement plus total asset visibility.
The teamwork approach is used by CCDoTT to work with High-Speed ship and Agile Port designers.
CCDoTT is a California State University, Long Beach sponsored, government approved and supported R&D center dealing with maritime transportation issues on behalf of commercial and military interests.
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