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Title: Freight Planning


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Freight Planning
  • Adam Shell Craig ORiley
  • Office of Systems Planning Iowa DOT

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  • http//www.fhwa.dot.gov/freightplanning/videos.htm

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Freight Planning
  • Why do we do it?
  • Data Sources Guides
  • Trends Challenges
  • Real World Impacts Wind Turbine Transport
  • Current/Upcoming Projects and Opportunities

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Why do we do it?
  • Majority of freight moves on facilities owned by
    State and Local governments
  • Prior to 1970s All interstate transportation
    subject to Federal economic regulation
  • 1980s Deregulation
  • Aviation Deregulation Act 1978
  • Motor Carrier Act 1980
  • Staggers Rail Act 1980
  • Ocean Shipping Act 1984

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Federal Planning Legislation
Source FHWA 2005
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Freight vs. Passenger Transportation
Source FHWA 2005
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Freight vs. Passenger Transportation
Source FHWA 2005
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Data Sources Guides
  • Freight Analysis Framework (FAF)
  • Global Insights (Formerly Reebie Inc.)
  • Commodity Flow Survey (CFS)
  • Carload Waybill Sample (STB)
  • Quick Response Freight Manual (FHWA)
  • NCHRP Report 606 Forecasting Statewide Freight
    Toolkit
  • Freight Planning Peer Exchange LISTSERV

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Current Trends
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Freight Trends
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Future Iowa Freight Trends Millions of Tons
Source Freight Analysis Framework, FHWA
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Total Iowa Freight Tonnage By Mode 2007 vs. 2030
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Source Freight Analysis Framework, FHWA
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Source Freight Analysis Framework, FHWA
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Source Freight Analysis Framework, FHWA
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Total Iowa Exports 2007 7.3 Billion
Source U.S. Department of Commerce
Exports from Iowa In thousands
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Aviation
  • Increasing number of commercial passengers
  • Increased number and usage of aircraft based at
    airports
  • Air freight is the fastest growing segment of the
    cargo industry
  • Shift to more regional jet service
  • More emphasis on security at all airports

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Highway
  • Large truck traffic is increasing
  • Traffic moving through the state continues to
    increase
  • Commuting distances are increasing
  • Iowas roadway mileage remains fairly stable
  • Number of crashes continues to grow
  • Bridges and roadways are getting older
  • Additional use of ITS for safety and security
    such as amber alerts and roadway advisories

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Source Iowa DOT 2007
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Rail
  • Fewer rail miles
  • Iowa rail traffic continues to grow
  • Revenues per ton-mile are declining
  • Cars are getting larger
  • Trains are getting longer
  • Shift to fewer, larger shipping facilities
  • Dramatic growth in biofuels impacting rail
    service and equipment needs
  • Fewer train derailments and rail-highway crossing
    accidents
  • Financial constraints limit railroad companies
    ability to expand their capacity

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Challenges
  • Infrastructure
  • Operations
  • System Reliability
  • Policy Challenges

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Wind Turbines
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Wind Turbines
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Wind Turbines
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Wind Turbines
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Wind Turbines
Source Sandia National Laboratories
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Wind Turbines
  • Videos
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

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Projects Opportunities
  • Iowa Statewide Travel Model
  • Freight Component (Truck Model)
  • ITE Trip Generation Study
  • Iowa DOT and Iowa MPOs (9)
  • Iowa Statewide Household Survey (NHTS)
  • Omaha/Council Bluffs Cedar Rapids Add-On
    Surveys
  • 2009 Moving Iowa Forward Freight Conference
  • April 8, 2009 at Des Moines Marriot Downtown

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Questions?!
  • Craig ORiley
  • craig.oriley_at_dot.iowa.gov
  • Adam Shell
  • adam.shell_at_dot.iowa.gov

Office of Systems Planning Iowa Department of
Transportation
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