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Number of locomotives in service (owned and leased) of U.S. class I railroads in 2009*
U.S. class I railroads - locomotives in service (owned and leased) 2009
The statistic shows the number of locomotives in service (owned and leased) of U.S. class I railroads at the end of the year 2009. CSX Transportation had 4,070 owned and leased locomotives in service in 2009. It operates on the East Cost and also serves the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
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.
Number of locomotives in service (owned and leased) of U.S. class I railroads in 2009*
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U.S. class I railroads - locomotives in service (owned and leased) 2009
The statistic shows the number of locomotives in service (owned and leased) of U.S. class I railroads at the end of the year 2009. CSX Transportation had 4,070 owned and leased locomotives in service in 2009. It operates on the East Cost and also serves the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
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.
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