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April 2013





Part 1 : MOW Spending Report: Railway systems to undergo many improvements in 2013

Part 2 : MOW Spending Report: Large railroads lay out 2013 infrastructure programs

Part 3 : MOW Spending Report: Small railroads share 2013 infrastructure plans

Part 4 : MOW Spending Report: Transit rail providers target 2013 infrastructure goals

Rail News: MOW

MOW Spending Report: Small railroads share 2013 infrastructure plans



2013 MOW Plans

(Arranged By Budget Amount)

 

 

Genesee & Wyoming Inc.*

(111 regionals and short lines worldwide/ 108 in North America)

2013 total capital spending: About $340 million

2012 total capital spending: About $238 million

Reason for budget increase: Genesee & Wyoming acquired RailAmerica Inc. in 2012.

Rail: Budget includes $220 million for trackwork, including rail, surfacing, signals and ties.

Bridge work: Total budget of $32 million.

Other work: Budget also includes $44 million for projects associated with new business development, $34 million for equipment and $10 million for environmental work, information systems and other projects.

Key projects:

  • KeRail project (Kearl Oil Sands) in the Canada Region, $30.3 million.
  • Genesis crude oil project for the Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway, an additional $3.1 million for ties, surfacing, bridges, signals and rail ($12.3 million total).
  • TIGER IV grant-funded project for the New England Central Railroad, an additional $1.9 million for ties, surfacing, bridges and signals ($11.2 million total).
  • Trackwork and bridges for the Arizona Eastern Railway, $10.9 million.
  • TIGER IV grant-funded project for the Kyle Railroad, an additional $2.8 million for ties surfacing, signals, rail and bridges ($8.1 million total).
  • Rail and tunnel projects for the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad, an additional $1.9 million for ties, surfacing, rail and signals ($5.7 million total).
  • Bridge and track rehabilitation work for the AN Railway, $5 million.
  • A-Line track project ($4.7 million) and Banks connection ($2.9 million) for the Portland and Western Railroad.
  • Riker Yard rehab ($3.1 million), Buffalo Creek Yard rehab ($2.5 million), Northern Sub bridges and trestle ($4.2 million), and an additional $2 million for ties, signals, rail, surfacing and turnouts for the Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad.
  • Elnora siding project for the Indiana Southern Railroad, an additional $2 million for tires, signals, rail, surfacing and turnouts ($2.2 million total).
  • A 286k infrastructure upgrade for the Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway, an additional $1.4 million for bridges, signals, ties and surfacing ($1.5 million total).

*All information from Genesee & Wyoming presentation Jan. 10 at the NRC's annual conference

 

OmniTRAX Inc.

(16 short lines)

2013 MOW budget: $27.1 million (maintenance and capital)

2012 MOW budget: $36.4 million (maintenance and capital)

Reason for budget decrease: Two major projects, one in Canada and one in the United States, were completed in 2012.

Rail: Install or replace 15.2 miles of rail, mixed types.

Sidings: Build a 20,000-foot siding in Colorado and a 4,500-foot siding in Illinois.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 550 miles.

Ties: Install 84,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 85,000 tons.

Bridge work: Perform bridge inspection and rehabilitation work at various locations, $2.25 million.

Facilities: Work on locomotive inspection pits for the Fulton County Railway L.L.C., Georgia & Florida Railway L.L.C. and Georgia Woodlands Railroad L.L.C.

Unusual work this year: Focus 2013 capital work on bridge rehabilitation and upgrades, and rail replacement.

 

Watco Cos. L.L.C.*

(29 short lines)

2013 total capital spending: About $21 million (involves 152 projects)

2012 total capital spending: N/A

Central Region: Estimated budget is more than $8 million, including $4.5 million for tie projects, $1.6 million for surfacing projects, $1.1 million for "other" projects (including crossing surfaces, switch ties and turnouts), $540,000 for bridge projects and $480,000 for rail projects.

West Region: Estimated budget is more than $6 million, including $4.1 million for tie projects, $1.08 million for surfacing projects, $437,000 for bridge projects, $361,000 for other projects (including crossing surfaces, switch ties and turnouts), and $100,000 for rail projects.

Gulf Region: Estimated budget is more than $3.6 million, including $1.6 million for tie projects, $1.1 million for surfacing projects, $340,000 for rail projects, $300,000 for bridge projects and $300,000 for other projects (including crossing surfaces, switch ties and turnouts).

East Region: Estimated budget is more than $3.4 million, including $1.9 million for tie projects, $500,000 for surfacing projects, $500,000 for bridge projects, $300,000 for rail projects and $200,000 for other projects (including crossing surfaces, switch ties and turnouts).

*All information from Watco presentation Jan. 11 at the NRC's annual conference

 

Florida East Coast Railway L.L.C.*

2013 MOW budget: Current five-year work plan begins in 2013 and totals more than $103 million.

2012 MOW budget: N/A

Rail: Major rail replacement in Miami, includes welding, to begin in second quarter.

Sidings: Construct 9,500-foot siding in North Miami; build additional siding capacity at Port of Palm Beach to reduce grade crossing signal activations.

Switches/interlockings: Begin design in 2013 for four interlockings as part of multi-year program.

Bridge work: Replace bridge in Bunnell, Fla., begin in second quarter.

Facilities: Manage construction of on-dock intermodal container transfer facility (ICTF) at PortMiami, complete Phase I in 2013 and begin rail service, complete Phase II in 2014 to finish ICTF. Construct $70 million ICTF at Port Everglades, began in January and slated for completion in 2014. Complete capacity and rehabilitation project at Hialeah Yard in Miami and expand Hialeah auto terminal. Rehabilitate intermodal facility in Cocoa, Fla., includes paving and lighting work. Also, redesign Bowden intermodal yard in Jacksonville, Fla., to include longer intermodal tracks, automated gate systems, improved lighting and security systems, and a new administration building.

Other work: Upgrade 44 grade crossings in 2013.

*All information from FEC presentation Jan. 12 at the NRC's annual conference

 

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.

2013 MOW budget: $17.5 million

2012 MOW budget: $17 million

Rail: Install 7 miles of CWR.

Sidings: Five miles (total) of various sidings.

Grinding/surfacing: Grind 20 miles, surface 36 miles.

Ties: Install 50,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 100,000 tons.

Facilities: Roundhouse roof, mechanic shop siding and roof, and update all yard lights.

 

Patriot Rail Corp.

(13 short lines)

2013 MOW budget: $11,565,000

2012 MOW budget: $8,036,000

Reason for budget increase: Re-rail 10 miles of track on Louisiana & North West Railroad.

Rail: Install 13.5 miles of rail, including 11 miles of jointed and 2 miles of welded rail.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 99 miles.

Ties: Install 38,500 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 29,900 tons.

Bridge work: Rehab one bridge, $450,000, began in January.

 

Progressive Rail Inc. (Minnesota Division)

2013 MOW budget: $8,000,000

2012 MOW budget: N/A

Reasons budget has increased: Upgrade new grain line from Northfield to Randolph, Minn., which is a multi-million-dollar project; tie replacement/upgrade on all Minnesota lines; and upgrade rail weight and tie rehab for the Randolph line.

Rail: Install 9.5 miles of 115-pound jointed rail (39 footers).

Sidings: Build 7,300-foot siding just west of Randolph (Cooper Ave. and Cannon River Blvd.).

Grinding/surfacing: 30 miles of spot surfacing.

Ties: Install 14,000 ties for the new Randolph line project and an additional 5,000 ties on all other lines.

Ballast: Install 4,750 tons.

Bridge work: Rehab two bridges as part of the Randolph grain line project, $75,000.

Facilities: Install ties and new turnouts at Northfield yard.

Unusual or unique work this year: Randolph grain rehab project that includes ties, heavy rail, culverts, bridges and crossings.

 

Indiana Rail Road Co.

2013 MOW budget: $11,297,363

2012 MOW budget: $10,233,339

Reasons for budget increase: New intermodal construction and new transload terminal construction.

Rail: Install 23 miles of rail, cut and slide, project turning jointed rail into CWR.

Sidings: Complete double-tracking with crossovers on Peabody's Bear Run Coal Mine loop track.

Grinding/surfacing: Grind 150 miles, surface 75 miles.

Ties: Install 12,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 30,000 tons.

Bridge work: General bridge maintenance on timber bridges; bearing repairs on White River Bridge in Greene County, Ind.

Facilities: Complete Hiawatha Locomotive Maintenance Facility, construct new intermodal facility in Indianapolis and construct a new transload facility in Odon, Ind.

Unusual work this year: Undercutting 15,000 track feet.

 

Carload Express Inc.

(four short lines)

2013 MOW budget: $9,100,000

2012 MOW budget: $7,100,000

Reason for budget increase: Traffic increase.

Rail: Install 1.4 miles of 136-pound RE CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: 30 miles.

Ties: Install 50,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 70,000 tons.

Facilities: Freight yard modernization work, $2.3 million.

Unusual work this year: Reopening 12.2 miles of Omal Running Track in Ohio after 12 years of discontinued service.

 

Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.

2013 MOW budget: $8.2 million

2012 MOW budget: $8 million

Reason for budget increase: More business, more capital expenditures.

Rail: Install 10 miles of CWR.

Sidings: Construct one siding in Hickory, Pa.

Ties: Install 30,000 new and 10,000 secondhand ties.

Ballast: Install 10,000 tons of limestone and 6,000 tons of granite.

Facilities: Rehab Rook Yard, $2.2 million, involves demolishing five buildings, 8,000 ties, nine new 136-pound turnouts and 5,700 track feet for a new transload.

 

Iowa Interstate Railroad Ltd.

2013 MOW budget: $5,625,000

2012 MOW budget: $5,546,000

Reason for budget increase: Inflation.

Rail: Install 7.5 miles of CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: 77 miles.

Ties: Install 70,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 52,000 tons.

Bridge work: New bridge in Victor, Iowa, $1,320,000, and $750,000 for miscellaneous work on 27 bridges in Iowa and Illinois.

 

Alaska Railroad Corp.

2013 MOW budget: $5.1 million

2012 MOW budget: $29.5 million

Reasons for budget decrease: Smaller capital budget for track maintenance/repair/replacement projects due to declines in two business lines (export coal and petroleum), reduction in federal grant money and the cost of mandated PTC implementation.

Rail: Install 100,000 feet of 115-pound rail, which equates to about 9 miles of track, and replace worn rail joints with CWR as part of 2013 rail program. The 2013 track rehabilitation budget is $5.1 million.

Grinding/surfacing: Grind 800 pass miles (mostly curves from Seward to Fairbanks).

Ties: Install 5,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 40,000 tons.

Bridge work: The 2013 bridge program calls for major maintenance, overhaul and replacement needed to maintain corridor integrity, safety and efficiency; the 2013 budget is $4.9 million.

New or replacement projects include replacing the existing 27-foot I-beam bridge span at milepost 47.55 (Placer River), and building the foundation and temporary structure (phase 1) of a 56-foot concrete ballast deck bridge to replace the three seven-foot-diameter corrugated metal culverts at milepost 88.1 (Indian Creek).

Rehabilitation projects include rehabbing timber bridge components with steel and sheetpile at milepost 29.5 (Trail Lake in Moose Pass) with superstructure work to be completed in 2013, strengthening pony trusses at mileposts 86.6 (Bird Creek), 114.3 (Ship Creek), and 147.4 and 147.5 (Matanuska Flood Plain), and replacing bridge bearings (span to piers) at milepost 221 (Montana Creek).

Also, replace the timber tower pier on the north end of a bridge at milepost 264.1 (Big Susitna River) and reinforce a pier foundation on the south end of a bridge at milepost 284.6 (Hurricane Gulch).

Other work: Replace tunnel liners that are in poor condition in tunnels near milepost 52 (Grandview area).

 

R.J. Corman Railroad Group

(nine short lines)

2013 MOW budget: Approx. $5 million

2012 MOW budget: Approx. $5 million

Rail: Install 10,000 lineal feet of CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 70 miles.

Ties: Install 67,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 20,000 to 25,000 tons.

Bridge work: Rehab seven timber bridges, including caps, posts, X braces, ballast decking, etc. for Tennessee Line; replace tie decks on four bridges in Pennsylvania.

 

Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad Co.

2013 MOW budget: $4.3 million

2012 MOW budget: $3.3 million

Reasons for budget increase: Mainline joint elimination, large-scale bridge and tunnel projects, more new construction of switches and track in yards, and more crossing rehabilitations.

Rail: Install 1 mile of new rail and 0.5 miles of joint elimination, all CWR

Sidings: About 2,500 feet of new sidings constructed in Port Clinton, North Reading and Tamaqua yards.

Grinding/surfacing: Grind 90 miles of mainline track, surface 75 miles.

Ties: Install 23,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 9,000 tons.

 

Wisconsin & Southern Railroad L.L.C.

2013 MOW budget: $4.3 million (normal maintenance); $16 million (capital)

2012 MOW budget: $4 million (normal maintenance); $12 million (capital)

Reason for budget increase: Higher funding levels from state and other public funding sources.

Rail: Install or replace 7 miles of 115-pound CWR.

Sidings: Construct an 8,500-foot siding in Milton, Wis.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 150 miles of track.

Ties: Install 73,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 31,000 tons.

Bridge work: Repair four-span, timber pile, open-deck trestle in Fairwater, $126,095; repair four-span, timber pile, open-deck trestle in Utley, $114,425; and replace one-span, timber pile, open-deck trestle in Markesan, $6,850, in the northern division.

Replace 19-span, open-deck, timber-pile trestle in Lone Rock, $1,536,975; replace 10-span, timber pile, open-deck trestle in Blue River, $841,110; and repair seven-span, timber pile, open-deck trestle in Spring Green, $537,510, in the southern division.

Unusual work this year: Planning a rail restoration project from Madison to Oregon, Wis. The line hasn't been operated in 16 years and will cost $2.8 million to restore to a Class II status. The project is contingent upon successful application for a state grant.

 

Regional Rail L.L.C.

(Includes East Penn Railroad L.L.C.; Middletown & New Jersey Railroad L.L.C.; and Tyburn Railroad L.L.C.)

2013 MOW budget: $4.2 million (includes capex and expensed)

2012 MOW budget: $3.9 million (includes capex and expensed, about $2.4 million in grants and government reimbursements)

Reasons for budget increase: Availability of government reimbursements for crossing projects and state DOT matching grants (70/30 in Pennsylvania and 90/10 in New York) for rehabilitation work. Participating in four matching grant projects in Pennsylvania and one in New York in 2013.

Rail: Install or replace about 3.5 miles of rail; CWR in crossings and bridge approaches, and 115-pound or heavier jointed rail elsewhere.

Sidings: Build a 15-car siding in Sinking Spring, Pa., and a 35-car siding in Warwick, N.Y.

Grinding/surfacing: 20 to 25 miles.

Ties: Install 8,500-plus wood ties and 300 steel ties the company has been using the past three years in severe curves on the Wilmington Northern Line (East Penn Railroad).

Bridge work: Re-deck three bridges on East Penn Railroad in summer, $95,000; and complete re-decking and new rail on two bridges on the Hudson Secondary for the Middletown & New Jersey Railroad, $135,000.

Facilities: Construct a combination engine house/MOW work shop at headquarters in Kennett Square, Pa.

 

Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Co.

2013 MOW budget: Approx. $4 million

2012 MOW budget: Approx. $4 million

Rail: Install 0.5 miles of CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: Grinding was performed in 2011.

Ties: Install 2,000 wood and 500 steel ties.

Bridge work: Replace 134-foot bridge with a 340-foot bridge in Amana, Iowa, $2.5 million, to begin in July.

Facilities: Reconfiguration of yard serving Cargill West in Cedar Rapids, including seven new turnouts.

 

Iowa Northern Railway Co.

2013 MOW budget: Capital $3 million; maintenance $2.7 million

2012 MOW budget: Capital $5.5 million; maintenance $2.3 million

Reason for budget decrease: Significant grant reimbursement projects in 2012 led to higher capital budget last year, while 2013 is a more normal budget year.

Rail: Install 3.34 miles of 112-pound jointed rail.

Ties: Install 1,000 wood and 9,000 steel ties.

Bridge work: Rehab 4 or 5 bridges totaling $450,000 during 2013; replacement of milepost 125.1 bridge (north of Vinton), part of FRA Flood Mitigation Grant, $1.13 million, was scheduled to be completed by the end of March 2013.

Facilities: Install 3.34 miles of yard tracks in Manly and Butler yards.

 

Vermont Rail System

(five short lines)

2013 MOW budget: $2.8 million, plus $8 million covered by federal and state funds

2012 MOW budget: $2.8 million (VRS funds)

Rail: Install 6 miles of CWR, 131 pounds or heavier (state funds).

Sidings: 5,280 feet, Rutland, Vt.; 2,500 feet, Whitehall, N.Y.; and 1,250 feet, Florence, Vt.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 50 miles.

Ties: Install 16,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 15,000 tons.

Bridge work: Rehab various bridges, $1 million (state funds).

 

New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway Corp.

2013 MOW budget: $2.3 million

2012 MOW budget: $2.2 million

Rail: Install 2.12 miles of 136-pound RE rail.

Sidings: 4,350 total feet, Binghamton, N.Y.; 3,350 total feet, North Bergen, N.J.; and 2,800 total feet, Cortland, N.Y.

Ties: Install 26,242 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 42,500 net tons.

Bridge work: Steel repairs and new bridge timbers for bridge No. 110.54 in Lackawaxen, Pa., $4.5 million, start April 29; and steel repairs for Robinson Street Bridge in Binghamton, $325,000, start June 1.

Facilities: Binghamton engine house expansion, $1.6 million.

 

Madison Railroad

2013 MOW budget: $2 million

2012 MOW budget: $1.5 million

Reason for budget increase: Rail replacement project expanded from 2012.

Rail: Install 4.7 miles of 115-pound RE rail, joint bars.

Sidings: 800 total feet in North Vernon, Ind.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 7 miles.

Ties: Install 16,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 5,000 net tons.

Bridge work: Rehab Graham Creek Bridge in Dupont, Ind., includes tie replacement and concrete reinforcement, work began in February, $250,000.

 

Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad L.L.C.

2013 MOW budget: $1,575,000

2012 MOW budget: $1,800,000

Reason for budget decrease: Reduction in business.

Rail: Install 1.5 miles of 132-pound relay CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 35 miles.

Ties: Install 6,500 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 8,000 tons.

Bridge work: Realign track from retired bridge to unused, rehabbed structure on similar alignment in Falconer, N.Y., $800,000, includes 2,500-foot realignment of subgrade, and new approach track and timber bridge deck, started on April 1.

 

Red River Valley & Western Railroad

2013 MOW budget: $1,525,327

2012 MOW budget: $1,499,837

Reason for budget increase: More ties and ballast.

Rail: Install CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: 92.5 miles.

Ties: Install 22,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 35,000 tons.

 

Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad

2013 MOW budget: $1,100,000

2012 MOW budget: $950,000

Reason for budget increase: Traffic increases.

Rail: Install 0.5 miles of 132-pound CWR.

Sidings: New 1,300-foot storage track in Lakeville, N.Y.

Ties: Install 4,100 wood ties.

Bridge work: Rehab Red Creek Bridge, masonry and waterway repairs in Henrietta, N.Y., $250,000, start in May.

 

Central Manitoba Railway

2013 MOW budget: $866,000

2012 MOW budget: $825,000

Reason for budget increase: Additional subcontractors/work programs were added.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 14 miles on the Carman subdivision and 4.5 miles on the Norcran sub.

Ties: Install 500 6x8 relay wood ties on the Carman sub and 100 6x8 relay wood ties on the on the Norcran sub.

Ballast: Install 750 tons (Carman sub) and 350 tons (Norcran sub).

 

B&H Rail Corp.

2013 MOW budget: $825,000

2012 MOW budget: $690,000

Reason for budget increase: Business increase.

Rail: Install 0.7 miles of 132-pound CWR.

Grinding/surfacing: Surface 10 miles out of face.

Ties: Install 7,300 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 4,000 tons.

Bridge work: Four timber decks, $130,000.

Unusual work this year: Restoring a 2.2-mile branch line to service for a new industrial park in Bath, N.Y.

 

Eastern Washington Gateway Railroad

2013 MOW budget: $720,000 (plus about $100,000 in state funding)

2012 MOW budget: $730,000 (plus about $2 million in state funding, which carries over into 2013)

Ties: Install 8,000 wood ties.

Ballast: Amount to be determined.

Bridge work: Two minor projects, with cost to be determined.

 

Central California Traction Co.

2013 MOW budget: $600,000

2012 MOW budget: $600,000

Ties: Install 1,200 mixed hardwood ties, 65 bridge ties and 330 mixed hardwood switch ties.

Ballast: Install 2,500 tons.

Bridge work: One subcap and line bridge at milepost 2.4 in Stockton, Calif., and replace bridge deck ties No. 41 at milepost 41.5 in Sacramento, Calif.

Facilities: Pave new area under new shop erected in 2012, and add lighting to locomotive and MOW equipment shop.

Unusual work this year: Surface 12 miles of track between mileposts 0.0 and 12.0 in the Central Valley subdivision between Stockton and Lodi, Calif., and surface 4.4 miles of track at the Port of Stockton.

 

Greenville & Western Railway Co. L.L.C.

2013 MOW budget: $480,000

2012 MOW budget: $800,000

Reason for budget decrease: Less work is needed.

Rail: Install 2,500 feet of 132-pound CWR.

Sidings: Build 800-foot siding in Williamston, S.C.

Ties: Install 4,000 wood ties; surface only where ties are replaced.

Ballast: Install 1,500 tons.

Unusual work this year: Repair a washout near culvert pipe and brush cut 14 miles of right of way.

 

Riverport Railroad L.L.C.

2013 MOW budget: $400,000

2012 MOW budget: $250,000

Reason for budget increase: Replacing more ties and installing heavier rail for 1 mile of track.

Rail: Install 1 miles of 115-pound heavy rail.

Ties: Install 7,000 wood ties.

Facilities: Construct new office building.

Unusual work this year: Will be doing more maintenance work in-house once a tamper and regulator are purchased.

 

Minnesota Commercial Railway

2013 MOW budget: About $1 million (plus normalized maintenance program)

2012 MOW budget: Similar to 2013 budget

Rail: Upgrade 1 mile of main running lead and 25 car lengths of an old, unused track to accommodate increased traffic.

 

Aiken Railway Co. L.L.C.

2013 MOW budget: $200,000

2012 MOW budget: N/A

Note: Short line started operation in December 2012.

Ties: Install 3,000 wood ties; surface only where ties are replaced.

Ballast: Install 800 tons.

 

Blackwell Northern Gateway Railroad

2013 MOW budget: $74,000 (plus about $224,000 in state funding and a $150,000 U.S. Department of Commerce grant)

2012 MOW budget: $85,000 (plus about $200,000 in state funding)

Sidings: A 35-car siding is planned in Blackwell, Okla., as part of U.S. Department of Commerce grant funds.

Ties: Install 1,500 wood ties.

Ballast: Install 400 tons.

Bridge work: Three projects completed in 2012 included component upgrades and increased weight limits to 286,000 pounds (not in last year's budget), $200,000; also one new bridge project in 2013 in Braman, Okla., $56,000, start in August.

 

Twin Cities & Western Railroad Co.

2013 MOW budget: N/A

2012 MOW budget: N/A

Ties: Install 18,000 7x8 grade four ties, 3,000 7x8 IG ties and 2,000 7x9 grade five ties.

Ballast: Install 14,625 tons.

Bridge work: Deck one bridge.

 

Minnesota Prairie Line

2013 MOW budget: N/A

2012 MOW budget: N/A

Rail: Install 2 miles of CWR.

Ties: Install 3,300 7x8 IG ties.

Ballast: Install 3,600 tons.

Bridge work: Deck one bridge, replace end walls on two bridges and perform piling work on one bridge.

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