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New Energy Economy

Emerging Transportation Effects of Frac Sand Mining
by

Andrew Schwartz

on 2 December 2012

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Transcript of New Energy Economy

New National Energy Economy, New Local Impacts Maria Hart
Andrew Schwartz "We are part of
the supply chain for energy production." frac sand processing extract

wash

dry

resin coating (optional) chippewa co. population: 61k
pop density: 60/sq. mi.

1.4 M tons - truck
137k tons - rail

agriculture, manufacturing, tourism road use agreements local issue requires local solution

'unit costs' don't work

can include other infrastructure haul routes road construction and temporary routes

road jurisdiction differs

each route is unique routes are multi-jurisdictional

system bottlenecks


access to state roads

increased rail




roundabouts issues state/regional implications collaboration/ jurisdictional transfers

multimodal solutions, multi-infrastructure

state access management plan

new funding source
refocus safety efforts
accelerate grade crossing improvements
noise/delay

freight route policy MAP-21 energy corridors

freight clusters

mining district

freight authority new planning concepts? contact info:

Maria Hart
MAFC/CFIRE
mhart@engr.wisc.edu
608.262.6639 - Northwest WisDOT region frac sand
transportation costs local level maps by: Greg Grube &
Andrew Schwartz "We are part of
the supply chain for energy production." "We are part of
the supply chain for energy production." "We are part of
the supply chain for energy production." "We are part of..." economic development jobs environment transportation energy production water resources health concerns 2012 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Forum
September 6, 2012
site selection transportation Transportation Impacts of Frac Sand Mining in the MAFC Region safety drivers: technology and
price of oil
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