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Changes in intermodal transportation in Washington and impacts on road infrastructure
|Statement||Ken L. Casavant, Jonathan Newkirk, and Jerry C. Lenzi ; prepared for Washington State Department of Transportation and in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.|
|Contributions||Newkirk, Jonathan Raymond, 1944-, Lenzi, Jerry C., Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
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|Pagination||iv, 41 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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This study evaluated the changes occurring in intermodal (piggyback) transportation and the impacts of these changes on the infrastructure system. Past and present structures of the intermodal system were documented both nationally and in the state of Washington. An on-site review of the remaining "hub" centers was conducted.
Changes in Intermodal Transportation in Washington and Impacts on Road Infrastructure Container on flat car, Defects, Deterioration, Freight traffic, Highways, Impact studies, Infrastructure, Intermodal facilities, Intermodal transportation, Piggyback transportation, Structural deterioration and defects, Traffic congestion, Trailer on flat.
Suggested Citation: "4 Regulatory and Operations Issues." Transportation Research Board. Policy Options for Intermodal Freight Transportation: Special Report Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / In addition to building transportation facilities, government in the United States operates and maintains. A reliable, safe, and efficient U.S. transportation system is at risk from increases in heavy precipitation, coastal flooding, heat, wildfires, and other extreme events, as well as changes to average temperature.
Throughout this century, climate change will continue to pose a risk to U.S. transportation infrastructure, with regional by: 6. The study will pay more attention to road transportation.
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The most recent official estimate of the impacts of infrastructure investment on employment was generated by Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) within the Executive Office of the President. The CEA estimated that every $1 billion in Federal highway and transit investment funded by the American Jobs Act would supp jobs for one year.
Chapter 2: Growth, Deregulation, and Intermodalism The rate of public investment in domestic freight infrastructure is lagging behind changes in freight movement patterns. Growth in government investment in intermodal connectors providing access to ports, airports, marine terminals, rail terminals, and truck terminals has not kept pace with.
The study committee commissioned a paper, “Principles for Government Involvement in Freight Infrastructure,” by Randall W. Eberts, as background for this topic. That paper is the primary source for the guidelines. The paper appears in Part 2 of this report.
Step 1: Ask questions about the market for the proposed intermodal freight facility. Transport (commonly used in the U.K.), or transportation (used in the U.S.), is the movement of humans, animals and goods from one location to another.
In other words, the action of transport is defined as a particular movement of an organism or thing from a point A (a place in space) to a point B. Modes of transport include air, land (rail and road), water, cable, pipeline and space. "Objectives and Decision Criteria for Infrastructure Investment: A Summary of Research Findings of Project of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program," American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C., Research on the impacts of a freight and transit (FAT) lane implemented in January in Seattle.
To improve freight mobility in the City of Seattle and realize the objectives included in the city’s Freight Master Plan (FMP), the FAT lane was opened upon the closing of the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Intermodal refers to the movement of freight from one place to another using more than one mode of transport. With third-party logistics (3PL) providers coordinating the movement of freight across. The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), Transportation Northwest at the University of Washington (UW), and the Washington Trucking Associations (WTA) have partnered on a research effort to collect and analyze global positioning systems (GPS) truck data from commercial, invehicle, truck fleet management systems.
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The impacts of transport can be direct, indirect, or cumulative . Global trade necessitates the development of transportation infrastructure and activities. Transportation activities have diverse impacts on the environment.
They induce the emission of many pollutants such as GHG in the atmosphere and hydrocarbon in water. Human powered transport, a form of sustainable transportation, is the transport of people and/or goods using human muscle-power, in the form of walking, running and technology has allowed machines to enhance human power.
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