1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound

1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound

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1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update spiral bound
 
1992 Oklahoma State Rail Plan Update, The Oklahoma Dept of Transportation
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134 pages
Copyright 1992
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF TABLES  viii
LIST OF FIGURES  ix
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1
Chapter 1 - Introduction
BACKGROUND  1-1
RAIL PLAN UPDATE 1-3
STATEMENT OF WORK  1-3
Objective  1-3
TASK DESCRIPTION  1-4
Task A. The Planning Process   1-4
Task B. Data Collection     1-5
Task C. State Rail System  1-6
Task D. Line Classification  1-6
Task E. Public Participation  1-6
Task F. Analysis of Selected Lines  1-7
Task G. Design of Rail Assistance Program  1-8
Task H. Prepare State Rail Plan Report  1-8
Task I. Multimodal Planning  1-8
SUMMARY  1-9
Chapter 2 - Policies and Regulations
INTRODUCTION  2-1
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD
POLICY STATEMENT  2-2
PURPOSE  2-2
AUTHORITY 2-2
ADMINISTRATION  2-2
USE OF FUNDS  2-2
ELIGIBLE PROJECTS  2-3
OPERATION OF RAILROAD  2-4
DISPOSITION OF RAILROAD PROPERTIES  2-5
LAND LEASES  2-5
EASEMENTS AND LICENSES  2-5
INCOME  2-6
RAILROAD-HIGHWAY GRADE CROSSINGS  2-6
Chapter 3 - Class I Railroads
INTRODUCTION  3-1
OPERATING STATISTICS  3-2
REVENUE FREIGHT CARRIED 3-3
REVENUE FREIGHT ORIGINATING AND TERMINATING IN
OKLAHOMA 3-5
INDIVIDUAL RAILROAD STATISTICS  3-6
ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTE FE RAILWAY COMPANY  3-7
BURLINGTON NORTHERN  3-8
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN 3-9
ST. LOUIS & SOUTHWESTERN (Southern Pacific)  3-10
UNION PACIFIC  3-11
FREIGHT REVENUE  3-12
INTERSTATE FREIGHT REVENUE 3-13
INTRASTATE FREIGHT REVENUE 3-13
SUMMARY  3-14
Chapter 4 - Class III Railroads (Shortlines)
INTRODUCTION  4-1
CHARACTERISTICS OF SHORTLINE RAILROADS 4-1
The Austin, Todd & Ladd  4-2
Farmrail  4-2
Grainbelt  4-2
Hollis & Eastern  4-3
Kiamichi  4-3
Northwestern Oklahoma Railroad  4-3
Osage Railroad  4-4
Port of Catoosa Railroad  4-4
Sand Springs  4-4
South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad  4-5
Southeast Kansas Railroad  4-5
Southwestern Railroad  4-5
Texas, Oklahoma & Eastern  4-5
Texas & Oklahoma  4-6
Tulsa-Sapulpa Union  4-6
Wichita, Tillman & Jackson  4-6
OPERATING STATISTICS  4-7
REVENUE FREIGHT CARRIED 4-9
FREIGHT COMMODITY STATISTICS  4-10
CLASS III SWITCHING AND TERMINAL  4-11
REVENUE FREIGHT CARRIED  4-11
LOCAL RAILROADS  4-12
REVENUE FREIGHT CARRIED 4-13
SHORTLINES ON STATE R-O-W  4-13
OPERATING AGREEMENTS  4-15
SUMMARY  4-16
Chapter 5 - The State Rail System
INTRODUCTION  5-1
RAIL SERVICE TO TOWNS AND CITIES  5-1
Towns and Cities With No Rail Service  5-2
Towns and Cities With Rail Service  5-2
OKLAHOMA'S INLAND WATERWAY 5-4
BACKGROUND  5-4
Port of Catoosa  5-5
Port of Muskogee  5-6
MAKING USE OF OKLAHOMA'S INLAND WATERWAY PORTS 5-6
Port of Catoosa  5-7
Port of Muskogee  5-8
RECOGNITION OF THE WATERWAY  5-8
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INSTALLATIONS 5-9
Fort Sill, Lawton  5-10
Vance Air Force Base, Enid  5-10
Altus Air Force Base, Altus  5-11
McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, McAlester  5-11
Tinker Air Force Base, Midwest City  5-11
SUMMARY  5-11
HIGHWAY-RAIL GRADE CROSSINGS  5-12
BACKGROUND  5-12
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 5-14
INTERMODAL LOCATIONS  5-16
SUMMARY  5-17
Chapter 6 - Shipper Survey
INTRODUCTION  6-1
SURVEY OBJECTIVES 6-2
SHIPPER SURVEY RESULTS  6-3
Rail Service Use  6-4
Rail Freight Tonnage  6-4
Reasons For Not Using Rail Service  6-6
Rail Service Improvement Factors  6-7
Anticipated Results of Rail Service Improvements  6-9
Product Markets  6-10
Evaluation of Rail Service  6-11
Expected Rail Use  6-12
RAILROAD CLASS  6-15
SURVEY FIRMS SERVED BY SHORTLINE RAILROADS  6-15
SURVEY FIRMS SERVED BY CLASS I RAILROADS 6-17
SUMMARY  6-18
Chapter 7 - Rail Dependent Industries
INTRODUCTION  7-1
OKLAHOMA FARM PRODUCTS  7-1
GRAIN ELEVATOR LOCATIONS AND CAPACITY  7-2
Elevator Location  7-2
RAIL SERVICE IN THE GRAIN PRODUCTION AREA  7-5
RAIL NETWORK IN WESTERN OKLAHOMA 7-5
Class I Railroads  7-5
Class III (Shortline) Railroads  7-6
RAILROAD ISSUES IN WESTERN OKLAHOMA  7-7
AT&SF Service Continuation  7-7
Status of the T&O 7-8
Independent Shortline Operators  7-8
Rail Rate Structure  7-9
Enid: A Grain Terminal Facility  7-9
OKLAHOMA MINERALS 7-11
COAL  7-11
Current and Potential Rail Use  7-12
SAND AND GRAVEL 7-12
LIMESTONE  7-13
Current and Potential Rail Use  7-13
PETROLEUM RESOURCES 7-14
ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 7-14
SUMMARY  7-16
Chapter 8 - Identification of Rail Projects
INTRODUCTION  8-1
SYSTEM DIAGRAM MAPS  8-2
BACKGROUND  8-2
CLASS I RAILROAD SYSTEM DIAGRAM MAPS  8-3
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe (AT&SF)  8-3
Burlington Northern Railroad (BN)  8-5
Union Pacific Railroad (UP)  8-5
Kansas City Southern Lines (KCS)  8-6
St. Louis Southwestern (SSW)  8-7
LINE SEGMENTS EXPECTED TO BE SOLD  8-7
AT&SF Line from Enid to Guthrie  8-8
T&O Line Thomas to Cherokee  8-8
UP Line McAlester to Shawnee  8-9
BN Line Chickasha to Snyder  8-9
Hydro-Bridgeport Reconstruction  8-10
Establish Rail Interchange at Howe  8-10
ADDITIONAL RAIL-RELATED PROJECTS  8-10
Construct Loading Facilities at Red Oak  8-10
Red River Bridge on the KRR  8-11
WT&J Walters to Waurika  8-11
Port of Catoosa Rail Access  8-11
SUMMARY  8-12
Chapter 9 - Rail Line Analysis
INTRODUCTION  9-1
DECISION MODEL 9-2
PROJECT SELECTION 9-3
EVALUATION CRITERION 9-3
DATA REQUIREMENTS  9-4
DEFINITION OF SELECTED CRITERION 9-4
EVALUATION METHODOLOGY AND CRITERION  9-6
SUMMARY  9-10
Chapter 10 - Ranking and Funding Rail Projects
INTRODUCTION  10-1
PROJECT RANKING  10-2
UP LINE MCALESTER TO SHAWNEE 10-2
HYDRO-BRIDGEPORT REOPENING  10-3
T&O THOMAS SOUTH  10-3
PORT OF CATOOSA RAIL ACCESS  10-4
CONSTRUCT LOADING FACILITIES AT RED OAK  10-5
ESTABLISH RAIL INTERCHANGE AT HOWE  10-5
T&O THOMAS NORTH  10-6
KRR RED RIVER BRIDGE  10-7
WT&J WALTERS TO WAURIKA  10-7
KCS WISTER  10-8
AT&SF LOOP  10-9
FUNDING RAIL PROJECTS  10-9
ESTIMATED INCOME 1992-1996  10-10
ALLOCATION OF FUNDS  10-12
BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS  10-14
SUMMARY  10-15
Chapter 11 - Recommendations
INTRODUCTION  11-1
RECOMMENDATIONS 11-1
DATA AND INFORMATION  11-1
EDUCATION AND TRAINING  11-2
PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION  11-2
ORGANIZATION  11-3
NATIONAL HIGHWAY-RAIL GRADE CROSSING INVENTORY  11-3
LIST OF TABLES
TablePage
3-1Class I Railroads: Ton-Miles Revenue Freight (for the year 1990)  3-4
3-2Revenue Freight: Originating and Terminating Class I Railroads  3-5
4-1Summary of Class III Railroads in Oklahoma  4-8
4-2Switching and Terminal Shortlines: Commodities Moved  4-11
4-3Local Shortlines\Commodities Moved  4-13
4-4Shortlines on State Rights-of-way: Commodities Moved  4-14
5-1Volumes of Hazardous Materials: Oklahoma-Texas Border Locations  5-15
6-1Response Rates by Firm Category  6-3
6-2Railroad Freight Car Movements: Survey Results and Railroads R-1 Reports  6-5
9-1Summary of Evaluation Criterion  9-7
9-2Summary of Criterion Rating Scale  9-9
10-1 Summary of Project Funding Requirements  10-14
6-17 Shipper Survey Firms: by Railroad Class of Service  6-15
6-18 Freight Car Traffic: Class I & Shortline Railroads  6-16
6-19 Quality of Rail Service: by Shortline Railroads  6-16
6-20 Railroad Service Ranking: by Railroad Class  6-17
7-1Oklahoma Grain Elevator Capacity (off farm)  7-3
7-2Oklahoma Grain Elevator Capacity (with single railroad service)  7-4
7-3Rail and Truck Movement: through Enid, Oklahoma  7-10
7-4Grain Volumes: through Enid, Oklahoma  7-10
7-5Oklahoma Coal Production: Major Production Areas  7-11
7-6Oklahoma Sand & Gravel Production: Major Production Areas  7-12
7-7Oklahoma Limestone Production: Major Production Areas  7-13
7-8Electrical Utilities: Coal Use  7-15
8-1AT&SF Category I  8-3
8-2 T&O Exempt Abandonment  8-4
8-3SK&O Port of Catoosa  8-5
8-4BN Category I  8-5
8-5UP Category I  8-6
8-6KCS Category 2  8-6
8-7AT&SF Enid-Guthrie line  8-8
8-8AT&SF Enid-Kiowa, KS line  8-8
8-9UP Shawnee - McAlester line  8-9
8-10 Hydro - Bridgeport Reconstruction 8-10
8-11 WT&J Waurika to Walters  8-11
10-1 Source of Rail Program Funds: 1985-1991  10-10
10-2 Estimated Income Oklahoma Rail Program: 1992-1996  10-11
10-3 Estimated Funds Available for New Rail Projects: 1992-1996  10-12
10-4 Estimated Rail Project Cost: by Type and in Rank Order  10-13


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