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Earthquakes damage transportation infrastructure. In addition to replacement and repair costs for damage to transportation structures, large earthquakes can increase time delays resulting from a network component's loss of function. Damage to the network can severely disrupt traffic flows for several...

 

This paper examines the desirability, feasibility, and cost of incorporating a detailed community impact assessment process in the existing railroad benefit-cost procedure. In this study, a range of community impact assessment techniques and procedures are reviewed, and their relevance to North Dakota...

 

The objective of this study is to appraise the issues and problems of rail car supply in North Dakota from the shippers' perspectives. The study also attempts to provide recommendations for future research in this area, with special attention given to examining carrier and shipper concerns. However...

 

This is the third of eight papers in the Transportation Deregulation and Agriculture series, John O. Gerald and Ken L. Casavant, general editors, published by the Western Rural Development Center. The series deals with the nature and potential impacts on agriculture of the Motor Carrier and Staggers...

 

This study involved two major objectives: 1) determination of necessary size and optimum volume handled of grain merchandising facilities (subterminals) required to take advantage of potential changes in the transportation industry, primarily rail and truck; and 2) definition of impacts of those changes...

 

The general purpose of this study is to determine the amount of local tax revenues derived from railroad branch line property, The specific objectives are: 1) to determine the degree of dependence or tax revenues that counties, school districts, cities and townships receive from railroad branch line...

 
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