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Military Base Realignments and Closures: Transportation Impact of Personnel Increases will be Significant, but Long-Term Costs are Uncertain and Direct Fed. Support is Limited
Phillip Herr (au)
As part of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round, the DoD plans to relocate over 123,000 military and DoD civilian personnel, thereby increasing the staffing at 18 bases nationwide. In addition, DoD and local officials expect thousands of dependents and DoD contractor employees to relocate to communities near the BRAC 2005 growth bases. These actions will greatly increase traffic in the surrounding communities. This report assesses and reports on the impact of BRAC-related growth on transport. systems and on the responses of fed., state, and local governments. This report determined the: (1) expected impact on transport. in communities affected by BRAC decisions; and (2) fed., state, and local response to the expected impacts.
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