Transportation

  Posted on: Thursday, September 22, 2022
Changing Patterns of Violence in the U.S. Pose New Challenges to Surface Transportation
Homeland security Today - Kylie Bielby
A new report from the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) at San Jose State University says the rate of attacks on surface transportation in developed countries is going up, and the rate in developing countries is going down.

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