2 edition of Economic analysis of the demand for truck-barge transportation of Pacific Northwest wheat found in the catalog.
Economic analysis of the demand for truck-barge transportation of Pacific Northwest wheat
by Washington State University, Agricultural Research Center in [Pullman, Wash.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 34-37.
|Statement||by Charles Logsdon ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research bulletin / Washington State University, Agricultural Research Center -- XB 0924., Research bulletin (Washington State University. Agricultural Research Center) -- 924.|
|Contributions||Logsdon, Charles L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Pacific Northwest Wheat Transportation: A Spatial Eguilibrium Analysis Abstract approved: The truck-barge share of wheat transportation declined from percent in to percent in Most of this increase in rail shipment is the result Demand for Transportation Service 3 3.
The analysis reveals that shifts in wheat traffic to rail and away from truck-barge and truck are related to rail deregulation. The model also provides evidence that lower rates under. demand for rail service to ship wheat to port will also remain low, because rail is the primary mode of transportation for moving wheat to port (see Wheat Modal Shares section of the report).
Yearly percent changes in wheat demand, for food and exports, /02 to /13 *The /14 marketing season is.
Figure 1. Pacific Northwest wheat transportation system ports. However, as can be seen in table 1, the rail share fell throughout the s as other modes (barge, in particular) competed for wheat traffic to this destination. The Network Model In this analysis a freight network equilibrium.
the spatial effects on demand for transportation among neighboring elevators. We utilize the three-year-average percentage modal split of wheat shipped by either the rail mode or the truck-barge mode to represent the demand for each mode.
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The tableau for our wheat transportation model is shown in Table B Each cell in the tableau represents the amount transported from one source to one ,the amount placed in each cell is the value of a decision variable for that. The analysis reveals that shifts in wheat traffic to rail and away from truck-barge and truck are related to rail deregulation.
The model also provides evidence that lower rates under transportation deregulation have significantly decreased the total cost of shipping wheat from country origins to export elevators. A transportation service provider noted high demand for train car space.
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Transportation demand functions can be specified using several logical case of rail and truck shipment of cherries from the Pacific Northwest Region and apples from Washington State.
Somewhat similar logic was used to analyze truck-barge demand in the case of wheat at the Pacific Northwest (Logsdon).
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