Freight and Goods Movement
KAI recognizes the importance of freight movement to our local, regional, and national economies. Freight movement is a critical component of the supply chain in many industries, from traditional goods manufacturing and food processing to high tech. Creating reliable and safe multimodal freight transportation from America’s ports helps reduce the cost of imported goods and increases consumer purchasing power, which in turn drives the largest segment of the U.S. economy. KAI’s expertise in freight transportation has helped port authorities, public agencies, and private enterprises increase business and reduce freight transportation costs. We have a deep well of experience in freight operational analysis, truck traffic forecasting, highway-railroad grade crossing studies, truck-priority signal systems, freight route planning, functional freight facility design, industrial site circulation studies, and freight research projects.
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