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Impact on Washington highways of grain transportation changes

Impact on Washington highways of grain transportation changes

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Planning, Research and Public Transportation Division in cooperation with U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration in Olympia, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grain -- Washington (State) -- Transportation.,
  • Roads -- Washington (State),
  • Roads -- Washington (State) -- Maintenance and repair.,
  • Railroads -- Abandonment -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Bonnie Borris ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBorris, Bonnie., Washington State Transportation Commission., United States. Federal Highway Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16579040M

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This study evaluated transportation changes affecting the grain industry relative to impact on the road system. Present and proposed railline abandonment, grain sub-terminal construction, and general modal traffic patterns were determined.

Causal variables were incorporated into a general framework for continual monitoring of the industry. Impact on Washington Highways pf Grain Transportation Changes Author: Bonnie Borris, Ken Casavant, Jonathan Newkirk, Frank Dooley Subject. Specific impacts caused by grain transportation changes could range up to % of that value, based on preliminary analysis in two of the counties.

These preliminary estimates lacked hard data; the forthcoming RJC (Road Jurisdiction Committee) study should give a more specific estimate of that impact.

A Review of Impacts on Washington County Roads of Grain Transportation Changes Abandonment, Costs, County roads, Estimates, Finance, Financing, Freight transportation, Grain, Impact studies, Infrastructure, Railroad facilities, Railroad transportation Keywords: county road impacts, grain transportation, rail line abandonment, multiple car.

A Review of Impacts on Washington County Roads of Grain Transportation Changes. Full Document (pdf KB) Authors: Ken L. Casavant, Bob Sanders, Jerry C. Lenzi. Dept. of Agricultural Economics. Publication Date: Wednesday, April 1, WA-RD Impact on Washington Highways of Grain Transportation Changes.

Full Document (pdf 1, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, and North Dakota are the top states for rail originations of grain while Washington, Texas, Illinois and California are generally the top states for rail terminations.

Large fluctuations in U.S. grain production are common from one. Grain Transport: Modal Trends and Infrastructure Implications The th Congress is expected to take up reauthorization of funding programs for surface and marine transportation infrastructure that were debated but not enacted by the th Congress.

Water Resources Development (WRDA) legislation would fund river locks and dams 1 and highway reauthorization legislation would fund interstate. Transportation demand is a derived demand because the production and consumption of an agricultural commodity create the demand for transportation services.

As such, it is an essential part of marketing; any change in supply or demand of the underlying commodity or commodities that compete for transportation services can affect the.

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Primary and secondary railcar auction markets are a unique facet of grain transportation because they quickly adjust to changing market forces.

Therefore, they serve as good indicators of unexpected changes in transportation supply and demand.2 In the primary market, BNSF’s Certificate of Transportation and Union Pacific’s Grain Car Allocation.

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Estimating these modal grain volumes and modal shares on an annual basis provides data series that track changes in grain transportation over time. In this analysis, the term “modal share” describes that portion of the total tonnages of grain moved by each mode of transport—barge, rail, or truck.

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