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Li, Min-Tang
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In this study, Florida DOT (FDOT) District 4 used license plate recognition and video image processing to distinguish truck and rail fuel tankers from regular semi-trailers and rail cars in South Florida. Petroleum shipment information through the twelve counties in South Florida were also collected and approximated using Florida Department of Revenue (FDOR) tax records, Global Positioning System (GPS) truck probe data, and driver surveys to understand petroleum flows from Port Everglades.

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FHWA-HOP-16-095
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Prepared by the Florida DOT for the USDOT Federal Highway Administration
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Fueling Freight Movement: Emerging Technologies Help Clarify South Florida’s Regional Petroleum Supply Chain - Freight Demand Modeling and Data Improvement Implementation Support
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