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This report represents a continuation of analyses concerned with the patterns and methods of distributing grain from North Dakota. The collection and compilation of this type of data began in 1956-57. The objective of this report, like prior reports, is to provide the necessary database for identifying...

 

Section 803 of the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1975 as amended in 1979 provides for public financial assistance to states on an 80/20 matching basis for state rail freight assistance programs. The program is a direct result of the financial condition of the railroad industry...

 

An analysis of Title III of the Staggers Rail Act entitled Railroad Cost Determination.

 

A description of the current situation of North Dakota grain transportation and predictions for the future.

 

This report represents a continuation of analyses concerned with the patterns and methods of distributing grain from North Dakota. The collection and compilation of this type of data began in 1956-57. The objective of this report, like prior reports, is to provide the necessary database for identifying...

 

Current problems which exist in North Dakota grain transportation are varied and many, with freight rates being a chief issue. Problems concerning freight rates include, but are not limited to, the absolute level of the rate relative the cost of providing the service, monopoly rates on such traffic as...

 

Historical account of North Dakota wheat rates and methods of computing them.

 

This report represents a continuation of analyses concerned with the patterns and methods of distributing grain from North Dakota. The collection and compilation of this type of data began in 1956-57. The objective of this report, like prior reports, is to provide the necessary database for identifying...

 

The overall objective of the study is to determine and evaluate the structure and cost of operation of that portion of the exempt for-hire motor carrier industry which provides a transportation service for the marketing system of North Dakota grain from country elevators to terminal markets.

 

Unless the North Dakota grower is able to remain competitive in all phases of potato production, including cost and availability of transportation, North Dakota producers could easily lose their traditional markets to other production areas.

 
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