It is located about 20 miles southwest of Kansas City and is in the center of a national transportation network.
What does NTN stand for?
NTN stands for National Transportation Network (Phoenix, AZ)
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- National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1996
- North Texas Municipal Water District
- Nice To Meet You
- N-Terminal Nucleophile
- Narrative Television Network
- National Tax Number (Pakistan)
- National Telecommunications Network
- National Tenant Network
- National Test Network
- National Transmission Network (Australia)
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This sharing of information will result in improved coordination and delivery of transportation services on a regional basis and, collectively, to a safer and more efficient national transportation network.
Other Transportation News While Congress wrestles with a surface transportation program to meet current and future needs, legislators also turned attention to other parts of the national transportation network.
VersaCold is Canada's largest PRW, with 38 facilities offering 110 million cubic feet of space and a comprehensive local, regional and national transportation network.
It also urged a focus on the national transportation network and development of a national strategic plan to guide transportation investment.
Since 1996, the Trust has awarded nearly $14 million in grants to support the National Transportation Network and the Hospital Service Coordinator programs, as well as a wide variety of service initiatives.
This will include an inland section across Sardinia to Olbia and another offshore section to Tuscany (near Piombino) where the new pipeline will interconnect with the national transportation network.
He noted that GEMS is also a national leader in providing facility management services to raised-floor data centers, with more than 3 million SF under management for business leaders in such industries as information services, institutional and consumer finance, insurance, global products manufacturing, national transportation networks, telecommunications and global technology services.