Community concerns have been raised about the possible negative impacts of high-speed rail (HSR) service on equestrian areas. Although much is known about the impact of aircraft noise on wild and domestic animals, relatively little information is available on the potential impact of HSR service on equine populations. This study will explore possible conflicts between HSR construction and operations in areas used for equestrian ranching, recreation, and related activities, and identify geographic areas where such conflicts could occur.
High-speed rail, Equine, Noise, Animals, Equestrian
Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Transportation
Peter J. Haas and Allie Scrivener. "High-Speed Rail and Equine Issues" Mineta Transportation Institute Publications (2015).