4 edition of Impacts of increased rail traffic on communities in eastern North Carolina found in the catalog.
by Coastal Energy Impact Program, Office of Coastal Management, N.C. Dept. of Natural Resources and Community Development in Raleigh, NC (Box 27687, Raleigh 27611)
Written in English
|Other titles||Impacts of increased rail traffic in eastern North Carolina.|
|Statement||by John R. Stone, Michael T. Stanley, Paul T. [i.e. D.] Tschetter (UNC Institute for Transportation Research and Education).|
|Series||Coastal energy transportation study ;, phase 3, v. 3, CEIP report ;, no. 17|
|Contributions||Stanley, Michael T., Tschetter, Paul D., UNC Institute for Transportation Research and Education.|
|LC Classifications||HE2771.N8 S76 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||83622549|
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History of Passenger Rail Service in Western North Carolina Passenger rail service developed in the s throughout the nation as the primary mode for long-distance travel.
Train service connected existing cities, helped establish new communities and spurred economic development at. Economic Impacts of Rail in North Carolina Freight and passenger rail networks contribute approximately $ billion in direct economic impacts per year for North Carolina.
For freight, this reflects savings in shipping costs (rail vs. truck), pavement costs (i.e. wear and tear on roads), and congestion costs (travel time impacts for other.
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Inthe North Carolina legislature authorized an east to west railroad that would connect the The community that sprang up around these rail car and track repair shops was of increased rail capacity and efficiencies, rail-served industry continues to increase and expand in the.
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Key programs and initiatives include the Sealed Corridor Program, BeRailSafe and the Piedmont Improvement Program. North Carolina Railroad's financial success made some wonder whether politicians and their friends unduly benefited from the railroad’s construction.
For instance, the North Carolina Railroad passed through Hillsborough, Salisbury, and Concord--all three, hometowns of politicians, who strongly supported the construction of the railroad. Gauging U.S. Economic Activity Through Rail Traffic Data.
Since demand for rail service arises as a result of demand elsewhere in the economy for the products that railroads haul, rail traffic is a useful gauge of broader economic activity, both for specific industries and for the economy as a whole. The impact of the railroad on the geographic, economic, and political future of the United States was enormous, and not just because of the sheer physicality of the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad connecting the entire continent east to west in This massive amount of construction was only a tiny piece of the large and varied impact of rail travel on the development of.
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