by The Association in Washington, D.C. (955 L"Enfant Plaza, S.W., Washington 20595) .
Written in English
|Statement||United States Railway Association.|
|Contributions||United States Railway Association.|
|LC Classifications||HE2791.C8994 C65 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||83159448|
Today there are only handful of survivors ranked as Class I Railroads and a very different criteria for classification of railways by an entirely different governmental entity than the United States Interstate Commerce Commission, born amidst strong anti-trust original one million dollars of revenues per anum is hopelessly meaningless nowadays, as are the intervening steps when (pre–): A, AB&A, AB&C, AC, A&D, AE, A&NM, . Conrail Photographic Roster, Locomotive Model: SD Unit # Notes Model Serial # Pictures: CR Ex-EL SD45 A linear model is used for estimating railroad fuel to reflect differences in train services and terminal operations. It is estimated from data derived from R-1 1 reports submitted by Class I railroads to the US Surface Transportation Board from to , and includes gallons of fuel consumed for freight purposes by each Class I railroad, as well as the gross ton-miles and revenue ton Cited by: 9. The Acquisition of Conrail Corporation 1. Bankruptcy and Corporate ReorganizationAlfio Shkreta2 June 2. Case summary CSX has put forth a two-tier merger agreement to acquire Conrail The front-end offer for 40% of the shares is $ The back end offer is an exchange offer with a ratio of shares of CSX for 1 share of Conrail Conrail is also a potential a target of Norfolk Southern.
Conrail (Consolidated Rail Corporation) After the failure of Penn Central in , the government formed the United States Railway Association in to develop a plan to save railroading in the Northeast. The result: Consolidated Rail Corp., which on April 1, , took over the . Conrail is a service provider for CSX Corporation and Norfolk Southern Corporation The areas we serve are shared assets of CSX and Norfolk Southern. Customers located along Conrail's lines have access to the national rail network through either railway. Class II Railroads ("Regionals"): Companies, Statistics, And History According to the Surface Transportation Board (STB) and American Short Line & Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) the latest, definition of a Class II, "regional" railroad, is any with annual operating revenues greater than $ million but less than $ million. As soon as Conrail was formed in , Trains readers began requesting a huge "breakdown" map of Conrail coded to predecessor railroads. The project was too big for the limited resources then available to us. Thanks to Curt Richards, though, we now have a good source map for Conrail, and the fold-out format allows a larger map with greater detail.
#3-Class 1 Railroads in the s A summary of the class 1 railroads in #4-The Milwaukee Road Mainline Points of interest on the CMSP&P mainline from Chicago to Seattle and Portland. #5-Montana Rail Link, I&MRL and IC&E Rosters #6-GP30 Ownership A simple rundown of the dozens of owners of GP30 locomotives. #7-Amtrak's Original Routes. The other question out there is how NS and CSX compare with what Conrail did. I'm not really sure you can compare since things have been somewhat scrambled since Conrail came apart. The North Jersey terminals split with South Kearny and North Bergen going to CSX and Croxton and Erail going to NS. They both got access to the "on dock" Port. CR Class BE83E CR is seen at Cove PA on Cove, PA after being envolved in a derailment. Car is ex WCRC /ATSF A couple of days earlier when I was talking to the contractors, they thought I only wanted the logo. By the time I got there on this day, "CONRAIL" was already cut right through the middle. 5 Rail Rates Railroad mergers have resulted in reduced rail-to-rail competition and increased railroad market power. From until , railroads passed some of their reduced costs on to shippers through lower rail tariff rates.6 The index of rail rates decreased from in to in , a decrease of percent in real (inflation adjusted) rail rates (seeFile Size: KB.