transp.

transp.

abbr.
transportation
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Elefteriadou, "Efficient control of fully automated connected vehicles at freeway merge segments", Transp. Res.
Patronage of Cessation or Inauguration of Rail Service, 1221 TRANSP.
COL Gary Stanley, USA, Commander, 595th Transp. Group (Prov)
For Figure 2, there is a somewhat clear pattern indicating strong associations between FDI and TRANSP. However, again the exceptions of Singapore and Ireland are noticeable.
Transp. Co., 75 TC 497 (1980), a case similar to FPL, involving a taxpayer subject to the Interstate Commerce Commission's (ICC's) regulatory accounting rules on capitalization.
Sponsors of the Grand Networking trade fair included Altus Metal & Marble Maintenance, AMEC, Bovis Lend Lease, DMJM+HARRIS, Greaty NYC LECET, Greentree Consulting, Meadows, Metropolitan Transp. Authority, MSD Visuals, NY Power Authority, NYC & Vicinity Carpenters Labor Management Cooperative Trust Fund, NYC Housing Authority, and NYC School Construction Authority.
In TennOhio Transp. Co., the vendor leased tractor-trailers to the debtor, which the debtor paid up through its Chapter 11 filing.