by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Maritime Administration in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English
Shipping list no.: 93-0705-P.
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Environmental Advantages of Inland Barge Transportation. U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration August Final Report. Webmaster's Note - The original and official version of this document is available on the Web from US Government resources. BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS. U.S. Department of Transportation. New Jersey Avenue, SE. Washington, DC Phone Hours: ET M-F. Industry Trends. Barge Transportation Market size valued at USD 40 billion in and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 4% between and The global industry cargo shipments are projected to reach 4 billion tons by Rising trade activities of commodities including refined petroleum and metal ores across the globe will drive the market growth. 3. Inland Barge: Btu/ton-mile The problem with the above data is that it is no longer accurate. In September the Transportation Energy Data Book Edition 22 prepared by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory shows the following more accurate energy data. .
MarAd Report Cites Studies & Research Areport issued by the Mari time Administration (MarAd) concludes that inland barge transportation is a safe, efficient, economical and . PIPELINES RAIL & TRUCKS Economic, environmental, and safety impacts of transporting oil and gas in the U.S. In this report we analyze the three inland transportation methods’ economic impact, safety record, and effect on the environment, and look to determine which of the three deliver oil and gas to consumers most cost-effectively. Final Report, Department of Transportation – Maritime Administration () Environmental Advantages of Inland Barge Transportation. Final . Restoring our inland waterways could save $ billion more. Maritime trade transformed our country from a loose coalition of colonies into a global superpower. As AWO’s new barge study clearly demonstrates, America’s waterways continue to play a pivotal role in our economic competitiveness and success today.
Transportation designers and environmentalists, both of whom recognize the interdependence between transportation systems and the environment, are increasingly concerned about maintaining an appropriate balance between the two -- and environmental laws have now established a legal framework aimed at keeping transportation decisions consistent. In order to calculate average emissions for an M4 barge type, a proportional division of 81% barges versus 19% barge tankers was assumed for the Belgian inland waterway fleet (based on data from the Institute for Transport along Inland Waterways), resulting in average emissions for an M4 barge as presented in Table by: 8. Almost all the barge activities of Contargo are bundled under the company Contargo Waterway Logistics BV, registered in Zwijndrecht (Netherlands). The core activities of the enterprise include barge lines with fixed routes and schedules connecting the inland terminals on the Rhine and Main with the western seaports (Antwerp-Rotterdam-Amsterdam). Conducted by the Texas Transportation Institute, Center for Ports and Waterways, this study compares selected societal, environmental, and safety impacts of utilizing inland river barge transportation to highway and rail transportation for the years The study was updated in January