Transportation networks constitute “the circulatory system of our economy.” The distinct modes that constitute the American transportation system—air, rail, transit, highways, and waterways—impact the entire range of our daily activities. Just as the human body depends on its circulatory system for life and well being, the United States’ vitality would grind to a halting stop without a vibrant transportation system.
James D. Phillips & Katharine E. Kohm,
Current and Emerging Transportation Technology: Final Nails in the Coffin of the Dying Right of Privacy?,
Rich. J.L. & Tech
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