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U.S. class I railroads - capital expenditure 2009

Capital expenditure of U.S. class I railroads in 2009*

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Release date

March 2011


United States

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Supplementary notes

A class I railroad in the U.S. is a large freight railroad company, as classified based on operating revenue.The Surface Transportation Board (STB) defines a Class I railroad in the United States as "having annual carrier operating revenues of $250 million or more". Smaller railroads are classified as class II and class III.
* Year-end.
** Grand Trunk Railway is a subsidiary of Canadian National Railways.
*** Soo Line Corp. is a subsidiary of Canadian Pacific Railways.

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