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Road Engineering Journal
Copyright © 1997 by TranSafety, Inc.
September 17, 1997
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University of Tennessee Hosts Large Truck Symposium

The University of Tennessee Transportation Center in Knoxville will host the International Large Truck Safety Symposium from October 27-29 in the University of Tennessee Conference Center. The registration fee is $325 per person before September 23, 1997 and $375 after that date. The fee includes the reception, lunches, and a copy of symposium proceedings. Continuing Education Units are available.

Session topics cover a wide range of large truck safety issues, including: driver fatigue and age, crash countermeasures, vehicle inspections, braking systems, intelligent transportation technology, rollovers, enforcement, and geometric design.

To review more information on arrangements and accommodations, see a complete agenda, or print a registration form, visit the University of Tennessee's Large Truck Symposium web page at: http://www.ra.utk.edu/tc/ts.

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