is a facility which has both warehousing and sorting capability to increase the amount of throughput when compared to a pure warehouse.
Leveraging the use of the TCSP
as the single distribution hub to accomplish advance manifesting, cross-docking, RFID tagging, and distribution to customers
is an initiative that will assist communities as they work to solve interrelated problems involving transportation, land development, environmental protection, public safety; and economic development.
With the recent installation of the Distribution Standard System (DSS), the TCSP
is now providing greater in-transit visibility of cargo, allowing DDC to further streamline processes and improve support to theater customers.
The key goal of the TCSP
is exploring the relationship between transportation and land use patterns.
is an initiative consisting of grants and research that will assist communities as they work to solve interrelated problems involving transportation, land development, environmental protection, public safety, and economic development.
was designed under the under the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA 21) to fund research grants to promote innovative transportation strategies that "enhance community preservation, environmental protection, and social equity." The five-year program extends from 1999 through 2003, and would make grants available to states, local governments, and both private and nonprofit metropolitan planning organizations.
Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater, in Detroit last week for the National Town Hall Meeting for a Sustainable America, announced 35 projects selected to receive a total of $13 million in funding under the Transportation and Community and System Preservation pilot program (TCSP