KEY REPORTS AND STUDIES ON INLAND WATERWAYS AND BARGE TRANSPORATION

Pittsburgh Marine Corridor Natural Gas Conversion Feasibility Assessment -- Executive Summary (Life Cycle Engineering, 3 Rivers Clean Energy, The Nick J Rahall II Appalachian Transportation Institute, The Shearer Group Inc., Tompkins Consulting LLC, 2015) For the full report, please contact the Port of Pittsburgh Commission office.

ASCE Failure to Act: The Economic Impact of Current Investment Trends in Airports, Inland Waterways, and Marine Ports Infrastructure (American Society of Engineers, 2012)

A Modal Comparison of Freight Transportation Effects on the General Public (Texas Transportation Institute, Center for Ports and Waterways, 2012 revision)

Environmental Advantages of Waterway Transportation (MARAD)

Inland Waterways as Vital National Infrastructure: Refuting Corporate Welfare Attacks (Jake Haulk, Allegheny Institute for Public Policy)

Toward a Full Accounting of Beneficiaries of Navigable Waterways (Dr. Larry G. Bray, C. Michael Murphree, M.A., and Chrisman A. Dager, MBA -- Center for Transportation Research, University of Tennessee, 2011)

Measuring the Impact of Monongahela Lock Closures on Forecasts of Utility Steam Coal Consumption, Sourcing and Transportation in the Ohio River Basin (USACE, prepared by Leonardo Technologies, Inc., 2011)

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Upper Ohio Navigation Study, PA Draft Feasibility Report and Integrated Environmental Impact Statement.

Public Review Transmittal

Appendices available on request.

Appendix B - Economics

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