Protecting Our Local Roads
NY Municipal Insurance Reciprocal report on actions municipalities can take to protect roads Oct., 2012
Draft Discussion Paper Transportation Impacts of Potential Marcellus Shale Gas Development
NY Department of Transportation draft memo on nature, scope and intensity of potential transportation impacts of natural gas drillling. Posted July, 2011.
Estimating the Consumptive Use Costs of Shale Natural Gas Extraction on Pennsylvania Roadways
For state transportation agencies, one measure of costs of shale gas development is the potential degradation of roadways resulting from shale gas development. Published by the American Society of Civil Engineers, February 18, 2014 .
How Many Truckloads Does It Take?
An attempt to estimate the amount of tanker truck traffic that would be generated by the development of a single high volume hydro-fracked well.(Author unknown.)
Upper Delaware Scenic Byway Resolution: Heavy Industrial Use Traffic on the NYS Route 97 Upper Delaware Scenic Byway
Aug 22, 2011 resolution to prohibit heavy industrial use and mining truck and mining traffic from Route 97.
Frack Truck Impacts On New York Villages and Towns–Separately Fracks from Fiction
Jeffrey M. Reynolds and James “Chip” Northrup Posted Jan, 2011
This set of slides analyze the impacts of truck traffic due to frackting on communities.
PA’s scenic Pine Creek Valley is overrun with 24 hour heavy duty truck traffic due to hydraulic fracking. Segment from the documentary Groundswell in production
Added on 8/7/11
Roads Damaged by Frackers
Silver Creek Road, Franklin Township, Susquehanna County, PA. February 2012. (Video, 13 minutes).