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The National Transportation Library is charged with improving the availability of transportation-related information needed by Federal, state, and local decision-makers. Its mission is to increase timely access to the information that supports transportation policy, research, operations, and technology transfer activities. The NTL was established in 1998 through the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) and serves as a repository of materials from public, academic and private organizations. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics administers the National Transportation Library in cooperation with its federal, state, and local partners. The NTL collection is entirely available through the web. There is no paper collection or reading room to visit.
NTL Digital Repository: Actual digital documents selected for the NTL collection and stored (hosted) on the NTL's servers. Electronic resources for the NTL digital repository are selected according to the NTL's Collection Development Policy. Resources in the NTL Digital Collection are primarily technical, research and policy documents provided by federal, state, local, tribal and other government agencies.
Other Transportation Website: also known as our portal collection. Web sites and digital documents hosted on servers outside the NTL but selected by NTL as particularly useful and valuable.
NTL Catalog: Both digital and portal collections
Subject Strengths: Highway/Transportation Engineering. Statistics. Planning, policies and research
Additional Information: All NTL holdings are available full text online