Sources of Information in Transportation
INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION
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United States Sources:
Periodicals and Articles

Compiled by Roger Garren
National Transportation Library


United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Navigation Data Center. Annual Summary of Lock Statistics – By Corps District. Alexandria, Virginia: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 111 pages. Annual. Electronic document accessed October 2007; available at: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/lpms/pdf/s3011299.pdf

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Navigation Data Center. Annual Summary of Lock Statistics – By River Basin. Alexandria, Virginia: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 11 pages. Annual. Electronic document accessed October 2007; available at: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/lpms/pdf/s2011299.pdf

Waterborne Transportation Lines of the US (WTLUS) - Volume 1: National Summaries.  New Orleans, La.: Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, 2003. 37 pages. Annual. Electronic document accessed October 2007: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/veslchar/pdf/wtlusvl1_03.pdf

Waterborne Transportation Lines of the US (WTLUS) - Volume 2: Vessel Company Summary. New Orleans, La.: Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, 2003. 196 pages. Annual. Electronic document accessed October 2007; available at: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/veslchar/pdf/wtlusvl2_03.pdf

Waterborne Transportation Lines of the US (WTLUS) - Volume 3: Vessel Characteristics. New Orleans, La.: Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, 2003. 839 pages. Annual. Electronic document accessed October 2007; available at: http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/ndc/veslchar/pdf/wtlusvl3_03.pdf

CY ... Estimated Waterborne Commerce Statistics: National Totals and Inland Waterways. New Orleans, La.: Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center. Annual.

The Waterways journal. St. Louis, Mo., Waterways Journal, Inc. ISSN: 0043-1524. Weekly. Accessed October 2007, Available at: http://www.waterwaysjournal.net/

Beuthe, Michel, Bart Jourquin, Jean-François Geerts and Christian Koul à Ndjang' Ha.
“Freight Transportation Demand Elasticities: a Geographic Multimodal Transportation Network Analysis”. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. Volume 37, Issue 4, (August 2001). Pages 253-266. 

Jourquin, Bart and Michel Beuthe. “Transportation Policy Analysis with a Geographic Information System: The Virtual Network of Freight Transportation in Europe”. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. Volume 4, Issue 6 (December 1996). Pages 359-371.

Vukadinovic, Katarina.; Teodorovic, Dusan.; Krcmar-Nozic, Emina. “FMOLP Approach to the Inland Water Transportation Problem”. Journal of Advanced Transportation. Volume 33, Number 3 (Fall/Winter 1999).

Radmilovic, Zoran; Hrle, Zlatko; Muskatirovic, Jasna. “Power Unit: Cargo Space Link in Inland Waterway Navigation.” Journal of Advanced Transportation. Volume 37, Number 1 (Winter 2003). Pages 119-138.

Babcock M.W.1; Lu X. “Forecasting Inland Waterway Grain Traffic”. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. Volume 38, Number 1 (January 2002). Pages 65-74.

Portiss, Robert W. “Inland Waterways: Opening the Channels”. TR News Number 221 (2002). Electronic document accessed October 2007: http://gulliver.trb.org/publications/trnews/trnews221.pdf

McCarville, James R. “Integrating Inland Waterways into Intermodal Systems: Initiatives Promote Technologies, Cooperative Efforts”. TR News. Number 221 (2002). Electronic document accessed October 2007: http://gulliver.trb.org/publications/trnews/trnews221.pdf

Walter, Clyde Kenneth and Richard F. Poist. “Desired Attributes of an Inland Port: Shipper vs. Carrier Perspectives”. Transportation Journal. Volume 42, Number 5 (Fall 2003). Pages 42-55. 

National Research Council. Transportation Research Board. “Inland Waterway Technical Studies”. Transportation Research Circular Number 491 (1999), 80 pages.

Contains 6 papers presented at TRB 1999. The papers discuss justification of inland waterway projects, environmental impact of traffic on inland waterways, and reduction of costs by lock maintenance and improvement. 

Brown, Dennis M. “The Nation’s Inland Waterway System and Rural America”.  Rural America. Volume 16, Issue 4 (Winter 2002). Electronic document accessed October 2007: http://ntl.bts.gov/lib/12000/12300/12317/ra164c.pdf

Yu, Tun-Hsiang.; Fuller, Stephen W. “The Measurement of Grain Barge Demand on Inland Waterways: A Study of the Mississippi River”. Journal of the Transportation Research Forum. Vol. 44, No. 1 (2005). Pages 27-39.

Perakis, AN; Li, J. “Recent Technical and Management Improvements in U.S. Inland Waterway Transportation”. Maritime Policy and Management. Vol. 26, No. 3 (1999). Pages 265-278. ISSN: 03088839. 

Grier, DV. “Measuring the Service Levels of Inland Waterways: Alternative Approaches for Budget Decision Making”. TR News, Number 221 (2002). Electronic document accessed October 2007; available at: http://gulliver.trb.org/publications/trnews/trnews221.pdf

Polak, J. B. “Fostering Inland Waterways”. Handbook of Transport Strategy, Policy and Institutions. Amsterdam; Boston, Massachussetts: Elsevier, 2005. Pages 435-445.

Comtois, Claude; Slack, Brian; Sletmo, Gunnar K. “Political Issues in Inland Waterways Port Development: Prospects for Regionalization”. Transport Policy. Volume 4, Number 4 (October 1997).

Fellin, Luis. “Measuring Benefits from Inland Waterway Navigation Improvements”. Transportation Quarterly. Volume 55, Number 2 (Spring 2001). Pages 113-136. 

Dobbins, James P; Abkowitz, Mark David. “Development of an Inland Marine Transportation Risk Management Information System”. Transportation Research Record, Number 1782 (2002). Pages 31-39.

Pfliegl, Reinhard. “Improving European Waterways Navigations: Danube Corridor Offers Key to Economic Development”. TR News. Number 221 (Jul.-Aug. 2002). Pages 31-35.

Hagglund, Clarance E; Weimer, Britton D. “Federal Admiralty Jurisdiction Over Inland Waterways”. Transportation Practitioners Journal. Vol. 58, No. 4 (Summer 1991).

Langdon, Virgil L.; Hilliard, Michael R.; Busch, Ingrid K. “Future Utilization and Optimal Investment Strategy for Inland Waterways: New Model From U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to Assist Policy Makers”. Transportation Research Record, Number 1871 (2004). Pages 33-41.





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