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InformationFor Construction and
Improvement Projects That May Involve the Railroad
Prepared by the Public Projects Group CSX Transportation Inc.
Jacksonville, Florida (last revised April 8, 2015
CSX Corporation PAGE 1 Revised 09-09-2014
To the Communities, Businesses and
CSX Corporation and its business units CSX Transportation (CSXT) and CSX Intermodal (CSXI) provide rail and intermodal service in 23 states, the District of Columbia and two Canadian provinces. CSXT operates more than 1,200 trains daily, over 21,000 miles of track, helping America maintain the strongest and most productive transportation system in the world. In addition to CSXTs vitally important customer service responsibilities, the company wants to be a good neighbor in the states and communities where we operate. That is why we have prepared this information. We want to make it easier for communities and other project sponsors to work with us when they have construction and improvement projects that may involve the CSXT rail property.
CSXTs Public Projects team is involved in a wide variety of projects initiated by government agencies, local businesses and others. Accurate and timely communication of information between CSXT and these parties improves planning, relationships and successful completion of projects. The tools in this manual explain important steps project sponsors must follow, including information required in connection with any public project proposal.
CSXT places the highest priority on safety for its employees and for the public. Because CSXT is a business and its shareholders ultimately own its rail system, the company must also give careful consideration to anything that could adversely affect customer service, compensation for use of railroad property, and risk to railroad operation.
The Project Managers Public Projects are the initial contact for CSXT and are assigned territories by state. Please contact them directly about public projects using the information provided. General Engineering Consultants (GEC) provide additional engineering services to assist CSXT in managing public projects.
CSXT hopes the information and procedures provided here will make it easier for us to work together.
Tony BellamyDirector Project Management Public Projects
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CSXT Public Project Policy InformationTable of Contents
Topic Page Revised
Information Covered in this Manual 3 9-09-14CSXT Public Projects Staff and Territory Map 4 4-14-15Additional CSXT Resources and Contacts 5 4-14-15Definitions 6 9-09-14Requirements for Preliminary Engineering Review 8 9-09-14Payment of CSXTs Cost and Expense 9 9-09-14Insurance Requirements for Public Projects 10 9-09-14Entry onto CSXT Property 12 9-09-14Construction Monitoring Requirements 13 9-09-14Railroad Flagging for Activities On or Near CSXT Property and Tracks 14 9-09-14Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Surface Maintenance and Replacement 16 9-09-14Alterations to Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Warning Devices 17 9-09-14Overhead and Undergrade Bridge Projects 18 9-09-14Parallel Road Construction 19 9-09-14Painting and Cleaning CSXT Bridges to Improve Appearance 20 9-09-14Cleaning and Painting of Bridges over CSXT 21 9-09-14Public Road Crossing Openings and Closures 22 9-09-14Bicycle/Pedestrian Pathways and Multi-Use Trails 24 9-09-14Quiet Zone Proposals 25 9-09-14
Standard Preliminary Engineering Agreement 27 05-09-11Standard Construction Agreement 32 10-01-99Temporary Right of Entry Agreement 43 09-09-14ROE and Maintenance Agreement for Painting of CSXT Bridges (Aesthetic) 49 09-09-14Special Provisions for Construction near CSXT Property 62 09-14-07Overhead Bridge Criteria 66 10-01-99Criteria for Ballast Deck Railroad Bridges 72 05-09-11Construction Submission Criteria 78 04-14-15Drainage Criteria 87 09-09-14
Additional information can be obtained by contacting the following:
n American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association,(301) 459-3200, or www.arema.org
n U.S. Department of Transportation, Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, http://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/
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Information Covered in This ManualThis information is intended to assist communities and other project sponsors to plan and implement construction and improvement projects that may involve the CSXT rail property. Examples of such projects include:
n Highway-Rail Grade Crossings: Closure, removal, installation and alterations of public highway-rail grade crossings. CSXs Property Services department manages private crossings.
n Bridges Over CSXT: Construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, repair, removal, and maintenance of bridges over the railroad by outside parties.
n Bridges Carrying CSXT: Construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, repair, removal, and maintenance of bridges carrying CSXT over highways and other public properties initiated by outside parties.
n Parallel Roads/Facilities: Construction, reconstruction, modification, removal, and maintenance of parallel roads or other public facilities affecting CSXT property or operations.
n U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Projects: Any project undertaken by the Corps of Engineers that involves CSXT property or operations.
n Entry Onto CSXT Property: Temporary rights of entry onto CSXT property, easements, utility installation and bridge inspections.
n Other Projects Involving CSXT Rail Corridors: Publicly sponsored projects involving or altering CSXT facilities or its property. These projects may be on, above, adjacent to, or otherwise have the potential to impact CSXT property.
The information herein is intended to be a tool only and all statements in this manual are intended to be for broad use. This manual cannot be taken as authority to construct. Specific projects will be subject to analysis of all factors leading to formal agreements between all parties. The purpose of review by CSXT is solely to ensure compliance with the minimum standards of CSXT, and not for any other purpose.
The guidelines and requirements herein are provided for reference only and are subject to revision without notice. All new projects shall be designed in accordance with the most current policies, requirements, and standards of CSXT.
Any items affecting railroad property not covered in this manual shall be subject to CSXTs prior review and approval.
The safety of CSXT employees and the general public is of paramount importance to CSXT.
CSXT Public ProjectsStaff and Territory Map
TN, AL, GA, SCDouglas L. Spitznagel351 Thornton Road, Suite 125Lithia Springs, GA 30122(770) 819-2842Douglas_Spitznagel@csx.com
NY, PA, MA, NJ, CT, CANADADerek S. Mihaly4 Neshaminy Interplex, Suite 205Trevose, PA 19053 (215) 218-3391Derek_Mihaly@csx.com
WV, VA, NC, MD, DE, DCTroy J. Creasy1610 Forest Ave, Suite 120Richmond, VA 23229(804) 226-7718Troy_Creasy@csx.com
FL, MS, LAJacob Smith500 Water Street, J-301Jacksonville, FL, 32202(904) 359-1650Jacob_Smith@csx.com
MI, OH, IL, IN, KYAmanda DeCesare500 Meijer Drive, Suite 305Florence, KY 41042(859) 372-6124Amanda_DeCesare@csx.com
Director Project Management Public ProjectsTony C. Bellamy, P.E.
500 Water Street, J-301Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 359-7601fax (904) 366-4042
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CSX Corporation PAGE 5 Revised 09-09-2014
Additional CSXT Resources and ContactsMany areas of community interest are outside the scope of this manual. The following is a list of contacts within CSXT that may be helpful on other community matters:
n Emergencies: Emergencies and suspicious situations should be reported immediately to the CSX Public Safety Coordination Center, (800) 232-0144.
n Corporate Communications and Public Affairs: News media information, public affairs, state and community relations. Contact: (904) 366-2949.
n Industrial Development: New industry site locations, track proposals. Contact: Director Technical Programs, Regional Development (904) 359-1617.
n Property Services: Non-Construction and Environmental right-of-entry, wire line and pipeline crossings, private crossings, compliance with codes relating to right-of-way conditions. Contact: http://csx.com/index.cfm/customers/
n Quiet Zones: Contact: TellCSX@csx.com or (877) 835-5279.
n Railroad Track and Signal Maintenance: Track maintenance, drainage maintenance, maintenance o