Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

U.S. Department of Transportation

Norman Y. Mineta
Secretary

Kirk Van Tine
Deputy Secretary

Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Rick Kowalewski
Deputy Director

William J. Chang
Associate Director for Information Systems

John V. Wells
Chief Economist

Produced under the direction of:
Michael P. Cohen
Assistant Director for Survey Programs

Author
Felix Ammah-Tagoe

Editor
William Moore

Major Contributors
Bill Bannister
Adhi Dipo
Wendell Fletcher
Charlie Han
Michael Margreta
David Smallen
John Wells

Other Contributors
Russ Capelle
Scott Dennis
Ron Duych
Chester Ford
Michele Janis
Joy Sharp
Caesar Singh
Julie Smith
Michael Szustakowski

Layout and Cover Design
Lorisa Smith

Special Acknowledgement
Special thanks to our partners at the U.S. Census Bureau who cosponsor and conduct the Commodity Flow Survey. The 2002 CFS was conducted under the direction of:

Thomas Zabelsky
U.S. Census Bureau
Assistant Division Chief for Current Services and Transportation Programs

Ruth Detlefsen
U.S. Census Bureau
Assistant Division Chief for Research and Methodology

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