by Kansas Dept. of Transportation, Bureau of Rail Affairs in [Topeka] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Victor E. Eusebio, Stephen J. Rindom, Ali Abderrezak.|
|Contributions||Rindom, Stephen J., Abderrezak, Ali., Kansas. Bureau of Rail Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HE2771.K2 E85 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||92620941|
Get this from a library! Economic impacts of rail line abandonment on rural communities in Kansas. [Victor E Eusebio; Stephen J Rindom; Ali Abderrezak; Kansas. Bureau of Rail Affairs.]. Economic impact of proposed Kansas rail abandonments. [Keith A Klindworth; John A Batson] together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus issues in their communities. Image provided by: CDC/ Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAM # Railroads--Abandonment--Economic aspects--Kansas\/span. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSPORTATION IMPACTS OF RAILROAD BRANCHLINE ABANDONMENT IN SOUTH CENTRAL KANSAS. Railroad abandonment has several potentially adverse consequences for Kansas farmers, rail shippers, and rural communities including the following: lower grain prices received by Kansas farmers; higher transportation costs and reduced profits for rail . Community impacts of abandonment of rail service in Kansas [Eusebio, Victor E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Community impacts of abandonment of rail service in KansasAuthor: Victor E Eusebio.
Downloadable! This article describes the use of econometric panel data techniques to estimate the effects of rail line abandonments at the county level. The article presents the economic theory that indicates how abandonments will affect local communities. Data were collected on line abandonments and several economic measures for counties in Kansas. "Economic Impacts of Rail Line Abandonment on Rural Communities in Kansas." Rail Affairs Unit, Kansas Department of Transportation, Topeka, KS, Highway User Fees UGPTI Staff Paper No. . Buy Economic impacts of rail line abandonment on rural communities in Kansas by Eusebio, Victor E (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Victor E Eusebio. Railroad right-of-way; abandonment, when; requirements; release; notice; exception. (a) For purposes of this section, a railroad right-of-way shall be considered abandoned when: (1) The tracks, ties, and other components necessary for operation of the rail line are removed from the right-of-way following the issuance of an abandonment order by the appropriate federal or state authority;.
within an abandoned rail corridor right- of-way Use of railroad property by the railroad has been abandoned. In Kansas, a railroad is considered “abandoned” when the appropriate federal or state authority issues an abandonment order and does not reinstate the railroad’s ability to operate within two years of issuing the order. The article presents the economic theory that indicates how abandonments will affect local communities. Data were collected on line abandonments and several economic measures for counties in Kansas. Panel data estimation techniques were used to provide estimates of the effects for rural, urban and metropolitan counties. Increasing railroad abandonment and other changes in the Kansas grain transportation system have lead to increased trucking of grain. Further losses of shortline railroads would have negative effects on rural Kansas communities, including increased road damage costs and reduction in farm income. For a time it supplied all the coal used on the Union Pacific, Eastern division, which became the Kansas Pacific, later the Union Pacific.  The line was finally abandoned in the 's, by which time the Osage coal field was rapidly declining. Another railroad of the county was the Manhattan, Alma and Burlingame which was completed in