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3rd QTR
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Update of Rail to Truck Diversion Model - The USDOT’s Intermodal Transportation and Inventory Cost (ITIC) Model is a PC-based model for performing policy analysis of issues concerning freight movement, such as modal diversion and the assessment of economic benefits associated with changes in transportation strategy or infrastructure. The model was used in the last comprehensive truck size and weight study as well as other policy studies assessing potential modal diversion. With the passage of MAP-21, the surface transportation reauthorization bill, the need to undertake another comprehensive study is at hand with specific language in the bill calling for a new evaluation. The model would be of critical use in determining rail traffic diversion to highway depending on the truck configurations under study. It has been 8 years since the parameters in the model were examined and updated. This study would review the model parameters and complete that update.

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Karen McClure
(202) 493-6417
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