HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING
ACCIDENT/INCIDENT AND INVENTORY
BULLETIN

U. S. Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration

No. 17

CALENDAR YEAR 1994


NOTICE

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Federal Railroad Administration
Office of Safety, RRS-22
400 Seventh Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20590




	TABLE OF CONTENTS

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	INTRODUCTION .........................................	 1   
	RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROCEDURE CONSTANTS ..............	 2
	
		TABLE-S.    Summary of Highway-Rail Crossing 
                        Accident Statistics for the 
                        Nation ............................	 3

	HISTORICAL ACCIDENT TRENDS - DATA 

		TABLE 1.    Summary of Accidents/Incidents and
                        Casualties at Highway-Rail
                        Crossings ........................	 4

		TABLE 2.    Summary of Accidents/Incidents and
                        Accident Rates at Highway-Rail
                        Crossings Involving Motor
                        Vehicles ..........................	 4

		
	CURRENT YEAR ACCIDENT DATA
	 AT PUBLIC CROSSINGS ONLY - DATA

		TABLE 3.     Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by State ...............	 5

		TABLE 4.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by State ...............	 6

		TABLE 5.     Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         by Type of Motor Vehicle .........	 7

		TABLE 6.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail 
                         Crossings by Type of Consist .....	 8
 
		TABLE 7.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Warning Device by       
                         Railroad ..........................  9




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		TABLE 7A.    Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         by Railroad ....................... 10

		TABLE 8.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Warning Device by
                         State ............................. 11

		TABLE 9.     Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Highway User ......... 12
		                  
		TABLE 10.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Circumstance ......... 12

		TABLE 11.    Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Type of Vehicle and
                         Number of Occupants ............... 12

		TABLE 12.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Type of Vehicle,
                         Circumstance and Visibility ....... 13

		TABLE 13.    Casualties at Highway Crossings by
                         Type of Person Involved, Highway
                         User, and Circumstance ............ 14

		TABLE 14.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Speed of Vehicle, Circumstance, and
                         Visibility .......................	15

		TABLE 15.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties 
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by 
                         Position and Type of Vehicle ...... 15

		TABLE 16.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Speed of Train, Circumstance,
                         and Visibility .................... 16




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		TABLE 17.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Railroad Equipment
                         Involved, Part of Train Struck,
                         Circumstance and Visibility ....... 17

		TABLE 18.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Train Speed and 
                         Type of Train ..................... 17

		TABLE 19.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Number of Cars in Train and 
                         Type of Train ..................... 17

		TABLE 20.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Length of Consists and 
                         Visibility ........................ 18

		TABLE 21.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Type and Class of Track ........... 19

		TABLE 22.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Warning Device and Motorist
                         Action ............................ 19

		TABLE 23.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Operational Status
                         of Warning Device, Circumstance,
                         and Visibility .................... 20

		TABLE 24.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings During
                         Dusk and Dark Hours by 
                         Illumination of Crossing and
                         Circumstance ...................... 20




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		TABLE 25.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties 
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by
                         Location and Type of Warning Device,
                         Circumstance and Visibility ......	21
 
		TABLE 26.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by 
                         Visibility and Circumstance ......	22

		TABLE 27.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Visibility and
                         Circumstance .....................	22

		TABLE 28.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by Time
                         of Day and Circumstance ..........	23

		TABLE 29.    MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                         at Highway-Rail Crossings by Month
                         and Circumstance .................	23

		TABLE 30.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Weather Conditions,
                         Circumstance and Visibility ......	24

		TABLE 31.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Obstruction of Motorist
                         View, Circumstance and Visibility . 24

		TABLE 32.    MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
                         Crossings by Motorist Action and
                         Type of Vehicle ................... 24

	HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING INVENTORY DATA 

		TABLE 33.     Total Public and Private Crossings
                          by State and Type ................ 25




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		TABLE 34.     Total Public and Private Crossings     
                          by Railroad and Type ............. 26

		TABLE 35.     Total Crossings by State and 
                          Location:  Urban or Rural ........ 28

		TABLE 36.     Total Crossings by Number of
                          Main and Other Tracks ............ 29

		TABLE 37.     Total Crossings by Number of
                          Tracks and Warning Device
                          Category ......................... 29

		TABLE 38.     Total Crossings by Number of 
                          Tracks and Traffic Lanes ......... 29

		TABLE 39.     Total Crossings by Number of Tracks
                          and State ........................ 30

		TABLE 40.     Total Crossings by Type of Highway
                          System and State ................. 31

		TABLE 41.     Total Crossings by Highway System
                          Group and State .................. 32

		TABLE 42.     Total Crossings by Functional 
                          Classification of Road at
                          Highway-Rail Crossings ........... 33

		TABLE 43.	   Total Crossings by Number of Traffic
                          Lanes and State .................. 33

		TABLE 44.     Total Crossings by Number of Traffic
                          Lanes and Warning Device Category  34

		TABLE 45.     Total Crossings by Warning Device
                          Category and State ............... 34





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		TABLE 46.     Total Crossings by Warning Device
                          Category and Railroad ..........	35

		TABLE 47.     Total Crossings by Pavement Markings
                          and State ......................	37

		TABLE 48.     Total Crossings by Railroad Advance
                          Warning and State ...............	38

		TABLE 49.     Total Crossings Meeting the Manual on
                          Uniform Traffic Control Devices'     
                          Standard for Crossbucks by State . 39

		TABLE 50.     Total Crossings by Total Number of
                          Trains Per Day ................... 40

		TABLE 51.     Total Crossings by Number of Thru
                          Trains and Switching Trains       
                          Per Day .......................... 40

		TABLE 52.     Total Crossings by Number of Day and
                          Night Trains Per Day ............. 40

		TABLE 53.     Total Crossings by Number of Trains
                          Per day and Warning Device
                          Category ......................... 41

		TABLE 54.     Total Crossings by Number of Trains
                          Per Day and Annual Average
                          Daily Traffic .................... 41

		TABLE 55.     Total Crossings by Maximum Timetable
                          Speed ............................ 41

		TABLE 56.     Total Crossings by Typical Train
                          Speed Variation .................. 42

		TABLE 57.     Total Crossings by Annual Average
                          Daily Traffic .................... 42




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		TABLE 58.     Total Crossings by Annual Average 
                          Daily Traffic and Warning 
                          Device Category .................	42

		TABLE 59.     Total Crossings by Truck Traffic As
                          a Percentage of Annual Average
                          Daily Traffic ...................	43

		TABLE 60.     Total Crossings by Crossing Surface .44

		TABLE 61.     Total Crossings by Maximum Timetable   
                          Speed, Warning Device Category
                          and Number of Tracks ............. 45
		
	SUMMARY OF ACCIDENT/INCIDENT
	 AND INVENTORY DATA FOR PRIVATE CROSSINGS

		TABLE 62.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by Type
                          of Consist ......................	46
 
		TABLE 63.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by State
                          and Warning Device ..............	47
                          
		TABLE 64.     Accidents/Incidents at Private 
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by
                          Highway User ....................	48
                          
		TABLE 65.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by Warning
                          Device Category and Motorist 
                          Action ..........................	48

		TABLE 66.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by 
                          Speed of Train, Circumstance and
                          Visibility ......................	49




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		TABLE 67.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by Railroad
                          and Warning Device Category .....	50

		TABLE 68.     Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
                          Private Highway-Rail Crossings by
                          by Railroad .....................	51

		TABLE 69.     MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                          at Private Highway-Rail Crossings
                          by Speed of Consist .............	52

		TABLE 70.     MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
                          at Private Highway-Rail Crossings 
                          by Length of Consist ............	52

		TABLE 71.     MV Accidents/Incidents at Private
                          Highway-Rail Crossings by 
                          Operational Status of Warning Device,
                          Circumstance and Visibility .....	53 

		TABLE 72.     Private Crossings At-Grade by State
                          and Type Development ............	54

		TABLE 73.     Private Crossings At-Grade by State
                          and Type Warning Device .........	55

		TABLE 74.     Private Crossings At-Grade by Type
                          Development and Warning Device ..	55

		TABLE 75.     Private Crossings At-Grade by Railroad
                          and Type Development ............	56

		TABLE 76.     Private Crossings At-Grade by Railroad
                          and Type Warning Device .........	58

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	APPENDIX A..REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND DEFINITIONS....	A-1

	APPENDIX B: REPORTING FORMS...........................	B-1

	APPENDIX C: TABLE CORRECTION FROM 1993................	C-1
   


INTRODUCTION

The seventeenth annual report, issued by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Office of Safety, combines highway-rail crossing accident/incident statistics with the National highway-rail crossing inventory. Accident/incident data is compiled from monthly reports filed by railroads. The National highway-rail crossing inventory contains sight-survey data about individual crossings and is provided voluntarily by states and railroads.

The Federal Railroad Safety Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-458) and the Accident Reports Act (45 U.S.C. 38-34) require railroads to file accident/incident reports with the FRA. The National highway-rail crossing inventory was developed in response to the Federal Railroad Safety Act of 1970 and the Federal Highway Safety Acts of 1970 and 1973, which require the Secretary of Transportation to work towards improving safety at highway-rail crossings.

* * * * * *

Tables and figures retain the number identification used in prior years. Information on accidents/incidents and crossings is presented in the following sequence:

Historical data on highway-rail crossing accidents/incidents at public crossings.

Summary of 1994 accidents/incidents that occurred at public crossing sites.

Physical and operational statistics for all public at-grade highway-rail crossings as described in the inventory on June 9, 1995.

Summary of 1994 accidents/incidents occurring at private highway-rail crossings and tabulations of private crossings in the inventory.

The tables in each Section furnish data on public highway-rail crossings; although tables 33 and 34 include counts of the number of private crossings. The majority of the accident tables shown in this bulletin provide information on motor vehicle accidents. Those tables that do not refer to motor vehicle in their title contain data for all accidents/incidents.


1992/3 ACCIDENT PREDICTION AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROCEDURE CONSTANTS

The U.S. DOT Highway-Rail Crossing Resource Allocation Procedure, described in the Rail-Highway Crossing Resource Allocation Procedure User's Guide, Third Edition, DOT/FRA/OS-87/10, August 1987, uses three "normalizing constants" in the accident prediction formulas, Formula A, Section 3.2.4, Page 17. These constants have been adjusted periodically in order to keep the formulas matched with current accident trends. The last readjustment was made for Calendar Year 1992 and was published in Bulletin No. 14.

The process of determining the three (3) current normalizing constants for 1992 was performed so that the sum of the December 1991, predictions using only accident history data for Calendar Years 1986 to 1990 for the top 20 percent of each of the three classes of crossings (gates, flashing lights, passive) for the respective three formulas is made equal to the actual number of accidents that occurred for those same crossings in 1991. This process was performed for each of the three warning device groups, (1) passive, (2) flashing lights, and (3) gates.

These constants were redetermined for the "national" model using the crossings in the inventory as of December 31, 1991. Organizations using the "DOT Model" should update their models by replacing the old constants with the recalculated constants. The constants referenced here are located in the computer program ACPD.NEW as shown in the coding at the top of page A-4, Appendix A1 of the User's Guide Third Edition and in RESAL.NEW on page B-3, Appendix B1.

These constants will be used in fulfilling requests for accident prediction and resource allocation procedure listings. The table below lists the current and prior constants.


ACCIDENT PREDICTION AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION
 PROCEDURE NORMALIZING CONSTANTS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
WARNING DEVICE		CURRENT		PRIOR      YEARS
GROUPS			  1992		1990	1988	1986
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1)  Passive		 .8239		.9417	.8778	.8644

(2)  Flashing Lights	 .6935		.8345	.8013	.8887

(3)  Gates		 .6714		.8901	.8911	.8131
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The Resource Allocation Procedure is currently being reviewed and, if merited, may be revised. (This project is one of 55 actions identified within the Department of Transportation's recently released Highway-Rail Crossing Safety Action Plan.) As such, recalculation of the "normalizing constants" for the existing accident prediction formulas has been deferred until this review is complete. Users of the "DOT Model" should continue to use the 1992 constants detailed above.




              TABLE-S.  SUMMARY OF HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING ACCIDENT STATISTICS FOR THE NATION



               TOTAL                   MOTOR VEHICLES         NON-MOTOR VEHICLES
           --------------------     --------------------    --------------------  
 YEAR      ACCI    FATAL    INJ     ACCI    FATAL    INJ    ACCI    FATAL    INJ
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1989
PUBLIC    5,979    757    2,683    5,772     682     2,615     207     75     68
PRIVATE     546     44      185      524      43       176      22      1      9

TOTAL     6,525    801    2,868    6,296     725     2,791    229      76     77

 1990  
PUBLIC    5,233     648    2,254    5,022     568    2,186    211      80     68
PRIVATE     480      50      153      458      46      146     22       4      7

TOTAL     5,713    698     2,407    5,480     614     2,332   233      84     75

 1991 
PUBLIC    4,861     565    1,923    4,677     497     1,866   184      68     57
PRIVATE     525      43      171      495      38       163    30       5      8

TOTAL     5,386     608    2,094    5,172     535     2,029   214      73     65

1992 
PUBLIC   4,465      536     1,830   4,269     466     1,752   196      70     78
PRIVATE    445       43       145      415     40       139    30       3      6

TOTAL    4,910      579     1,975   4,684     506     1,891   226      73     84

1993   
PUBLIC   4,437      584    1,744    4,240     517     1,677   197      67     67
PRIVATE    455       42       93      421      37        83    34       5     10

TOTAL    4,892     626     1,837    4,661    554      1,760   231      72     77

1994 
PUBLIC   4,503     572     1,829    4,296    501      1,764   207      71     65
PRIVATE     476     43       132      450     41       121     26       2     11
  
TOTAL    4,979     615     1,961    4,746    542     1,885    233      73     76




       TABLE 1.  SUMMARY OF ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND CASUALTIES
	AT HIGHWAY-RAIL PUBLIC CROSSINGS


                             CASUALTIES
          NUMBER OF    ..................TOTAL..............      PER
 YEAR     ACCIDENTS       KILLED   INJURED   CASUALTIES           ACCIDENT
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1989      5,979          757       2,683        3,440            0.58
 1990      5,233          648       2,254        2,902            0.55
 1991      4,861          565       1,923        2,488            0.51
 1992      4,465          536       1,830        2,366            0.52
 1993      4,437          584       1,744        2,328            0.52
 1994      4,503          572       1,829        2,401            0.53








TABLE 2.  SUMMARY OF ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENT RATES AT
	HIGHWAY-RAIL PUBLIC CROSSINGS INVOLVING MOTOR VEHICLES



                                     MOTOR VEHICLES         ACCIDENTS
                                     REGISTERED             PER MILLION
YEAR        ACCIDENTS                (000)1                 VEHICLES
-----------------------------------........................--------------
1989           5,772                 190,940                30.23
1990           5,022                 192,123                26.14
1991           4,677                 191,743                24.39
1992           4,269                 193,430                22.07
1993           4,240                 197,254                21.49
1994           4,296                 198,620                21.63  



TABLE 3.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY STATE, 1994


                                                                              Total
                       No. Of     ----Killed---       ---Injured---       -Casualties--
State                  Acc/Inc    No.        %        No.        %        No.       %
_______________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........       172        12      2.10        74      4.05        86      3.58
Alaska...........         3         3       .52         3       .16         6       .25
Arizona..........        24         2       .35         9       .49        11       .46
Arkansas.........       139        19      3.32        65      3.55        84      3.50
California.......       183        34      5.94        52      2.84        86      3.58
Colorado.........        43        11      1.92        11       .60        22       .92
Connecticut......         4       ---       ---         1       .05         1       .04
Delaware.........         5         1       .17         4       .22         5       .21
Dist. of Columbia       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---

Florida..........       114        16      2.80        46      2.52        62      2.58
Georgia..........       148        12      2.10        53      2.90        65      2.71
Idaho............        39         9      1.57        12       .66        21       .87
Illinois.........       308        49      8.57       181      9.90       230      9.58
Indiana..........       273        27      4.72       123      6.72       150      6.25
Iowa.............       157        19      3.32        56      3.06        75      3.12
Kansas...........        94        16      2.80        31      1.69        47      1.96
Kentucky.........        80        10      1.75        36      1.97        46      1.92
Louisiana........       202        16      2.80        97      5.30       113      4.71
Maine............         5       ---       ---         3       .16         3       .12

Maryland.........        12       ---       ---         5       .27         5       .21
Massachusetts....        16       ---       ---         3       .16         3       .12
Michigan.........       158        24      4.20        79      4.32       103      4.29
Minnesota........       138        18      3.15        64      3.50        82      3.42
Mississippi......       163        25      4.37        66      3.61        91      3.79
Missouri.........       115        12      2.10        43      2.35        55      2.29
Montana..........        18       ---       ---         9       .49         9       .37
Nebraska.........        86        20      3.50        23      1.26        43      1.79
Nevada...........         7         2       .35         3       .16         5       .21
New Hampshire....         2       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---

New Jersey.......        34         6      1.05        10       .55        16       .67
New Mexico.......        17         5       .87         6       .33        11       .46
New York.........        37         6      1.05        12       .66        18       .75
North Carolina...       145        11      1.92        46      2.52        57      2.37
North Dakota.....        20         2       .35        12       .66        14       .58
Ohio.............       229        37      6.47        82      4.48       119      4.96
Oklahoma.........       116        16      2.80        66      3.61        82      3.42
Oregon...........        38         1       .17        11       .60        12       .50
Pennsylvania.....        73         8      1.40        19      1.04        27      1.12
Rhode Island.....       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---

South Carolina...        87         8      1.40        37      2.02        45      1.87
South Dakota.....        29         1       .17        15       .82        16       .67
Tennessee........        99        12      2.10        25      1.37        37      1.54
Texas............       502        55      9.62       227     12.41       282     11.75
Utah.............        26        17      2.97         5       .27        22       .92
Vermont..........         3       ---       ---         2       .11         2       .08
Virginia.........        56         5       .87         9       .49        14       .58
Washington.......        60         3       .52        15       .82        18       .75
West Virginia....        41         3       .52         6       .33         9       .37
Wisconsin........       176        14      2.45        72      3.94        86      3.58
Wyoming..........         7         5       .87       ---       ---         5       .21
Unknown..........       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---

   Total.........     4,503       572    100.00     1,829    100.00     2,401    100.00



	TABLE 4.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
					BY STATE, 1994


                       No. Of     -------Casualties------     Vehicles   --Per 10,000 Registration--
State                  Acc/Inc    Kld       Inj     Total   Registered   Acc/Inc       Kld       Inj
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........       167        12        71        83    3,422,000       .49       .04       .21
Alaska...........         3         3         3         6      508,000       .06       .06       .06
Arizona..........        23         1         9        10    2,980,000       .08       ---       .03
Arkansas.........       134        18        63        81    1,560,000       .86       .12       .40
California.......       163        22        48        70   23,518,000       .07       .01       .02
Colorado.........        41        11        10        21    3,144,000       .13       .03       .03
Connecticut......         4       ---         1         1    2,638,000       .02       ---       ---
Delaware.........         5         1         4         5      568,000       .09       .02       .07
Dist. of Columbia       ---       ---       ---       ---      270,000       ---       ---       ---

Florida..........       104        11        43        54   10,132,000       .10       .01       .04
Georgia..........       144        11        52        63    5,638,000       .26       .02       .09
Idaho............        38         7        12        19    1,062,000       .36       .07       .11
Illinois.........       276        35       170       205    8,331,000       .33       .04       .20
Indiana..........       265        26       119       145    4,850,000       .55       .05       .25
Iowa.............       152        19        54        73    2,929,000       .52       .06       .18
Kansas...........        89        14        31        45    1,965,000       .45       .07       .16
Kentucky.........        80        10        36        46    2,615,000       .31       .04       .14
Louisiana........       196        15        95       110    3,242,000       .60       .05       .29
Maine............         5       ---         3         3    1,071,000       .05       ---       .03

Maryland.........        12       ---         5         5    3,543,000       .03       ---       .01
Massachusetts....        15       ---         3         3    3,956,000       .04       ---       .01
Michigan.........       143        15        74        89    7,599,000       .19       .02       .10
Minnesota........       132        17        62        79    3,869,000       .34       .04       .16
Mississippi......       158        24        65        89    2,056,000       .77       .12       .32
Missouri.........       111        12        41        53    4,179,000       .27       .03       .10
Montana..........        18       ---         9         9      967,000       .19       ---       .09
Nebraska.........        73        16        20        36    1,490,000       .49       .11       .13
Nevada...........         4       ---         2         2      983,000       .04       ---       .02
New Hampshire....         2       ---       ---       ---    1,013,000       .02       ---       ---

New Jersey.......        30         3         9        12    5,752,000       .05       .01       .02
New Mexico.......        17         5         6        11    1,472,000       .12       .03       .04
New York.........        33         5        10        15   10,428,000       .03       ---       .01
North Carolina...       139        11        45        56    5,462,000       .25       .02       .08
North Dakota.....        18         2        10        12      687,000       .26       .03       .15
Ohio.............       225        35        81       116    9,647,000       .23       .04       .08
Oklahoma.........       111        15        64        79    2,863,000       .39       .05       .22
Oregon...........        38         1        11        12    2,748,000       .14       ---       .04
Pennsylvania.....        72         7        19        26    8,557,000       .08       .01       .02
Rhode Island.....       ---       ---       ---       ---      728,000       ---       ---       ---

South Carolina...        85         7        37        44    2,764,000       .31       .03       .13
South Dakota.....        28         1        15        16      845,000       .33       .01       .18
Tennessee........        96        11        25        36    5,150,000       .19       .02       .05
Texas............       494        55       221       276   13,287,000       .37       .04       .17
Utah.............        25        16         5        21    1,381,000       .18       .12       .04
Vermont..........         3       ---         2         2      502,000       .06       ---       .04
Virginia.........        53         4         9        13    5,593,000       .09       .01       .02
Washington.......        58         3        14        17    4,654,000       .12       .01       .03
West Virginia....        40         2         6         8    1,375,000       .29       .01       .04
Wisconsin........       168        13        70        83    4,044,000       .42       .03       .17
Wyoming..........         6         5       ---         5      583,000       .10       .09       ---
Unknown..........       ---       ---       ---       ---          ---       ---       ---       ---

   Total.........     4,296       501     1,764     2,265  198,620,000       .22       .03       .09

  Note:  Vehicle registration figures are for 1994 and were supplied by the Federal Highway Administration.
         Registration figures for Hawaii are omitted because it does not have any reporting railroads. 



	TABLE 5.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
				BY TYPE OF MOTOR VEHICLE, 1994


                    ---Automobile--   -----Truck-----   -Truck Trailer-   ------Bus------   ---School Bus--   ---Motorcycle--
State               A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........   108    10    50    33     1    15    26     1     6   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Alaska...........   ---   ---   ---     2     2   ---     1     1     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arizona..........    17     1     9     4   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arkansas.........    72    13    37    40     5    18    22   ---     8   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
California.......    97    18    28    36     2    15    26     1     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     4     1     1
Colorado.........    26     9     4    10     2     4     5   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Connecticut......     3   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Delaware.........   ---   ---   ---     2     1     1     3   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Dist. of Columbia   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Florida..........    77     8    32    20     1     9     5   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     2   ---
Georgia..........    94     7    39    27     3    11    23     1     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Idaho............    23     2     7    12     5     4     3   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Illinois.........   183    25    56    67    10    32    24   ---    82   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Indiana..........   179    18    89    68     8    23    18   ---     7   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Iowa.............    99    17    36    35     1    14    17   ---     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Kansas...........    58     9    19    23     5    11     7   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Kentucky.........    52    10    25    15   ---     4    11   ---     5   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2   ---   ---   ---
Louisiana........   113    11    65    56     4    22    27   ---     8   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Maine............     2   ---     1     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Maryland.........     9   ---     3     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Massachusetts....    12   ---     3     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Michigan.........   105    10    54    32     4    18     5   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Minnesota........    84    14    40    37     3    18    11   ---     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Mississippi......   111    18    41    31     6    16    16   ---     8   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Missouri.........    66     9    21    33     2    19    12     1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Montana..........     8   ---   ---     8   ---     6     2   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Nebraska.........    51     8    11    17     6     8     4     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Nevada...........     2   ---   ---     2   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Hampshire....     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......    20     2     5     8     1     4     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Mexico.......     9     3   ---     7     2     5     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New York.........    29     5    10     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
North Carolina...    96     9    34    27     2     7    16   ---     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
North Dakota.....    13     2     8     4   ---     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Ohio.............   149    26    52    55     7    23    18     2     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     1
Oklahoma.........    68    10    36    32     4    15    10     1    12   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Oregon...........    17     1     6    11   ---     5    10   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Pennsylvania.....    39     6     6    24     1    13     9   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Rhode Island.....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...    52     6    26    21     1     6    12   ---     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
South Dakota.....    18   ---     9     6     1     5     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Tennessee........    67     8    21    21     1     4     7   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     2   ---
Texas............   282    27   131   159    27    65    51   ---    24     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Utah.............    17    14     4     3     1   ---     3   ---   ---     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Vermont..........     1   ---     1     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    37     2     6     9     1     3     7     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Washington.......    40     3    12    11   ---     2     6   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
West Virginia....    30     2     3     8   ---     3     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Wisconsin........   109    10    48    46     2    20    12     1     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Wyoming..........     3     5   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 2,749   358 1,089 1,079   122   457   441    12   210     3   ---     2     3   ---     2    21     9     4


	TABLE 6.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
					BY TYPE OF CONSIST, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----
State               A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
_________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........   134    12    58     4   ---     1    18   ---     6    11   ---     6
Alaska...........     1     2   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1     1     3
Arizona..........    10   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    10     1     4     3   ---   ---
Arkansas.........   115    17    55   ---   ---   ---     9   ---     4    10     1     4
California.......   103    13    29    27     9     6    19   ---     6    14   ---     7
Colorado.........    33     9     5     3     2     2     3   ---     1     2   ---     2
Connecticut......   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Delaware.........     4     1     2   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     2   ---   ---   ---
Dist. of Columbia   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Florida..........    60     7    31    26     3     7    10   ---     4     8     1     1
Georgia..........   115     9    45     5     1   ---     9   ---     2    15     1     5
Idaho............    34     7    11   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     1     1   ---   ---
Illinois.........   186    23    76    36    11    83    24     1     7    30   ---     4
Indiana..........   214    22    93    13     3     6    14     1     5    24   ---    15
Iowa.............   116    19    44     2   ---   ---    19   ---     4    15   ---     6
Kansas...........    75    13    26     2     1   ---     6   ---     3     6   ---     2
Kentucky.........    71    10    29   ---   ---   ---     6   ---     1     3   ---     6
Louisiana........   150    14    83     3   ---     1    26   ---     3    17     1     8
Maine............     4   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---

Maryland.........     7   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     4   ---     4
Massachusetts....     9   ---     3     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Michigan.........   118    14    68     3   ---     1    11   ---     2    11     1     3
Minnesota........    91    17    47   ---   ---   ---    20   ---     2    21   ---    13
Mississippi......   115    20    56    18     3     6    11   ---     1    14     1     2
Missouri.........    90    11    39     1   ---   ---    10     1     1    10   ---     1
Montana..........    14   ---     9   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Nebraska.........    65    14    17     1   ---     1     2   ---     1     5     2     1
Nevada...........     3   ---     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Hampshire....     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......    15     2     3     9     1     4     2   ---   ---     4   ---     2
New Mexico.......    15     5     6   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
New York.........    23     2    10     7     3   ---     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
North Carolina...   103    10    38     5   ---   ---    17     1     5    14   ---     2
North Dakota.....    16     2    10   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Ohio.............   193    31    76     3     1     1    15   ---     3    14     3     1
Oklahoma.........    98    15    60   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1     8   ---     3
Oregon...........    29   ---    10     1   ---   ---     5     1   ---     3   ---     1
Pennsylvania.....    52     6    15     6   ---     2     6   ---   ---     8     1     2
Rhode Island.....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...    69     7    30   ---   ---   ---     9   ---     4     7   ---     3
South Dakota.....    17   ---     9     1   ---     2     3   ---   ---     7     1     4
Tennessee........    70     8    22     1   ---     1    12   ---   ---    13     3     2
Texas............   375    52   180     7   ---     1    61     2    18    51     1    22
Utah.............    18    12     3     1     1   ---     1     2   ---     5     1     2
Vermont..........     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    45     4     8     2   ---     1     2   ---   ---     4   ---   ---
Washington.......    31     2    10     3   ---   ---    16   ---   ---     8     1     4
West Virginia....    36     2     6   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     3   ---   ---
Wisconsin........   129    10    54     1   ---   ---    20     1     9    18     2     7
Wyoming..........     5     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 3,281   429 1,389   201    39   127   413    11   100   401    22   148

  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives,
         single car or cut of cars. 




	TABLE 7.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
				BY WARNING DEVICE, 1994


                                                               Hwy Sig.                                         No Signs
                                                     Flashing    Wigwags               Cross-     Stop     Other      Or
Railroad                                      Gates    Lights     Bells    Special     Bucks     Signs     Signs   Signals  Total
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alaska Railroad Corp.                            ---         3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       3
Alton & Southern Railroad                          1         2       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       3
Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)           71        11         3       ---        34         7       ---       ---     126
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.         54        38       ---         1        65         1       ---       ---     159
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                    ---         2       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       2
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                      ---         2       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       2
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       1
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                 ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       1
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  63       102         3         1       193        63       ---       ---     425
Chicago And North Western Transp.                 34        54         4         2        73        14       ---         3     184
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.            4        11       ---         1        16         1       ---         1      34
Consolidated Rail Corp.                           79        72         6         6        82         9         3        13     270
Cuyahoga Valley Railway Co.                      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
CSX Transp.                                       82       141        22         7       185        36       ---         3     476
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad               1         4       ---       ---         9         1       ---       ---      15
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.                   4         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       5
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.         2         4       ---       ---         6       ---       ---       ---      12
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.         ---         1       ---       ---         1         1       ---       ---       3
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.              1         1       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       3
Florida East Coast Railway Co.                    23       ---       ---       ---       ---         2       ---       ---      25
Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                        ---         6       ---       ---        10       ---       ---       ---      16
Gateway Western Railway                          ---         3       ---       ---         5         1       ---       ---       9
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.                  20        14       ---       ---         6        10       ---       ---      50
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                4       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       5
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                      6        34       ---       ---        47         3       ---         1      91
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                   8         4       ---         1         2         1       ---       ---      16
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                  10        44         2         2       104         1       ---       ---     163
Long Island Rail Road                              4       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       5
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.                  1         1       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       3
Montana Rail Link                                  1       ---       ---       ---         6         3       ---       ---      10
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                 8       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       8
Norfolk Southern Corp.                           150       184         8         4       230        66       ---         2     644
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail         17         4       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---      21
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.                   3         3       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       7
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                 ---         3       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       4
Port Authority Trans Hudson                      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                    ---         1       ---       ---         2       ---       ---       ---       3
Soo Line Railroad Co.                             11        24       ---       ---        36         5       ---         1      77
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.                  4       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       4
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                     100        41        12         9        71         3       ---       ---     236
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.          1         2         1       ---         4       ---       ---       ---       8
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                   1         3       ---         1         1       ---       ---       ---       6
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                10        19         1       ---        42         4       ---       ---      76
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis            ---         2       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       3
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                        ---         4       ---       ---         2       ---       ---       ---       6
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                       133       101         2         4       266        42       ---        16     564
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                 ---         6       ---       ---        24       ---       ---       ---      30
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                             9        34         1       ---        28        12       ---       ---      84
All Other Railroads.......................        39       111         6         8       190        38         1         5     398

   Total..................................       959     1,098        71        48     1,746       325         4        45   4,296

  Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew.

 



TABLE 7A.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY RAILROAD, 1994


                                             -------Motor Vehicle-------   ----Other Highway Users----   -----------Total-----------
Railroad                                     Acc/Inc    Killed   Injured   Acc/Inc    Killed   Injured   Acc/Inc    Killed   Injured 
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alaska Railroad Corp.                              3         3         3       ---       ---       ---         3         3         3
Alton & Southern Railroad                          3       ---         3       ---       ---       ---         3       ---         3
Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)          126        26        34        21        14         2       147        40        36
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.        159        15        57        13         6         5       172        21        62
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                      2       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         2       ---         1
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                        2       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         2       ---         1
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                  1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                   1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                 425        79       198        28         5         9       453        84       207
Chicago And North Western Transp.                184        24        54         8         5         2       192        29        56
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.           34         1        12         1       ---         1        35         1        13
Consolidated Rail Corp.                          270        41        83        13         5         4       283        46        87
Cuyahoga Valley Railway Co.                      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
CSX Transp.                                      476        44       241        18         7         6       494        51       247
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad              15       ---         8       ---       ---       ---        15       ---         8
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.                   5         1         6       ---       ---       ---         5         1         6
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.        12         4         6       ---       ---       ---        12         4         6
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.           3         2         2       ---       ---       ---         3         2         2
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.              3       ---         2       ---       ---       ---         3       ---         2
Florida East Coast Railway Co.                    25         2        14         3         1         2        28         3        16
Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                         16       ---         7       ---       ---       ---        16       ---         7
Gateway Western Railway                            9         1         1         1       ---         1        10         1         2
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.                  50         8        26         7         5         3        57        13        29
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                5       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         5       ---       ---
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                     91         7        41         2       ---         1        93         7        42
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                  16       ---         6         1       ---         1        17       ---         7
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                 163         8        83         3       ---       ---       166         8        83
Long Island Rail Road                              5         2       ---       ---       ---       ---         5         2       ---
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.                  3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         3       ---       ---
Montana Rail Link                                 10         3         1       ---       ---       ---        10         3         1
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                 8         1         4         1         1       ---         9         2         4
Norfolk Southern Corp.                           644        70       191        23         5         7       667        75       198
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail         21         3        82         2       ---         2        23         3        84
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.                   7       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         7       ---         1
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                   4       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         4       ---       ---
Port Authority Trans Hudson                      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                      3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         3       ---       ---
Soo Line Railroad Co.                             77        10        34         7       ---         2        84        10        36
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.                  4       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         4       ---         1
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                     236        23        92        10         2         6       246        25        98
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.          8       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         8       ---       ---
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                   6       ---         3         1       ---       ---         7       ---         3
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                76        19        37         1       ---       ---        77        19        37
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis              3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         3       ---       ---
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                          6         1         2       ---       ---       ---         6         1         2
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                       564        78       229        27        12         7       591        90       236
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                  30         2        21       ---       ---       ---        30         2        21
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                            84         8        35         4       ---         1        88         8        36
All Other Railroads.......................       398        15       142        12         3         3       410        18       145

   Total..................................     4,296       501     1,764       207        71        65     4,503       572     1,829



TABLE 8.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WARNING DEVICE, 1994

	
	                                          Hwy Sig.                                               No Signs
	                               Flashing    Wigwags                Cross-       Stop      Other       Or
	State                  Gates     Lights     Bells     Special      Bucks      Signs      Signs    Signals      Total
	_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

	Alabama..........          9         35          6          1         85         31        ---        ---        167
	Alaska...........        ---          3        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          3
	Arizona..........         11          9        ---          1          2        ---        ---        ---         23
	Arkansas.........         24         36        ---        ---         70          3        ---          1        134
	California.......         95         26          5          7         23          6        ---          1        163
	Colorado.........          6          9          2        ---         17          7        ---        ---         41
	Connecticut......          2          1        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---          4
	Delaware.........          1          3        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          5
	Dist. of Columbia        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

	Florida..........         67         18          1          1         13          4        ---        ---        104
	Georgia..........         52         13          2          1         56         20        ---        ---        144
	Idaho............          1          3          2          1         17         14        ---        ---         38
	Illinois.........        104         72          1          3         84          4        ---          8        276
	Indiana..........         66         87          8          1         78         22        ---          3        265
	Iowa.............         18         36          2          1         82          9        ---          4        152
	Kansas...........         21          9        ---          1         53          4        ---          1         89
	Kentucky.........         17         32          3          2         23          1        ---          2         80
	Louisiana........         26         68          7          1         88          4        ---          2        196
	Maine............        ---          4        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          5
	
	Maryland.........          2          2          1          2          3          2        ---        ---         12
	Massachusetts....          6          7        ---          1          1        ---        ---        ---         15
	Michigan.........         25         56        ---          1         38         23        ---        ---        143
	Minnesota........         10         35        ---        ---         46         40        ---          1        132
	Mississippi......          8         51          1        ---         80         16        ---          2        158
	Missouri.........         18         25          1          2         59          6        ---        ---        111
	Montana..........          2          1        ---        ---          7          8        ---        ---         18
	Nebraska.........         14          7        ---        ---         42          9        ---          1         73
	Nevada...........          3        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          4
	New Hampshire....          1        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          2
	
	New Jersey.......         10         13        ---          3          1          1          1          1         30
	New Mexico.......          5          4        ---        ---          8        ---        ---        ---         17
	New York.........         20          5        ---          2          6        ---        ---        ---         33
	North Carolina...         29         31          2          1         73          1        ---          2        139
	North Dakota.....          2          4        ---        ---          8          4        ---        ---         18
	Ohio.............         39         43          5          1        123          9          1          4        225
	Oklahoma.........         13         23          1        ---         67          7        ---        ---        111
	Oregon...........         10          3          1          2         12          9        ---          1         38
	Pennsylvania.....         18         23          2          1         20          2          1          5         72
	Rhode Island.....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

	South Carolina...         12         28          5          4         28          8        ---        ---         85
	South Dakota.....        ---          8          1        ---         11          8        ---        ---         28
	Tennessee........         16         27          3        ---         47          2        ---          1         96
	Texas............        120        113          3          3        233         18        ---          4        494
	Utah.............          6          2        ---        ---         17        ---        ---        ---         25
	Vermont..........        ---          1        ---          1        ---        ---          1        ---          3
	Virginia.........         16         24          1          2          9          1        ---        ---         53
	Washington.......         13         14        ---          1         23          6        ---          1         58
	West Virginia....         10         14          1        ---         13          2        ---        ---         40
	Wisconsin........          9         69          4        ---         73         13        ---        ---        168
	Wyoming..........          2          1        ---        ---          3        ---        ---        ---          6
	Unknown..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

	   Total.........        959      1,098         71         48      1,746        325          4         45      4,296

	  Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew. 




TABLE 9.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY HIGHWAY USER, 1994

 
                                    ----Acc/Inc----     -----Killed----     ----Injured----     Fatal    Injury
             Type Of Vehicle         No.        %        No.        %        No.        %      Acc/Inc  Acc/Inc
             ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

             Automobile.......     2,749     61.05       358     62.59     1,089     59.54       284       774
             Truck............     1,079     23.96       122     21.33       457     24.99       104       348
             Truck-trailer....       441      9.79        12      2.10       210     11.48        12        95
             Bus..............         3       .07       ---       ---         2       .11       ---         2
             School bus.......         3       .07       ---       ---         2       .11       ---         1
             Motorcycle.......        21       .47         9      1.57         4       .22         8         4
             Pedestrian.......        76      1.69        49      8.57        30      1.64        49        27
             Other............       131      2.91        22      3.85        35      1.91        20        31

                Total.........     4,503    100.00       572    100.00     1,829    100.00       477     1,282




TABLE 10.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CIRCUMSTANCE, 1994


                  ----Acc/Inc----     -----Killed----     ----Injured----      Fatal    Injury
Circumstance            No.        %        No.        %        No.        %      Acc/Inc   Acc/Inc
___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Struck by consist     3,161     73.58       424     84.63     1,265     71.71       341       845
Ran into consist.     1,135     26.42        77     15.37       499     28.29        67       379

  Total.........     4,296    100.00       501    100.00     1,764    100.00       408     1,224
 
 
 
 



TABLE 11.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS BY
TYPE OF VEHICLE AND NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS, 1994


                  # of       # of    Occupants             Killed             Injured     Vehicle     Damage
  Vehicle         A/I      Occupants  Per A/I    Killed   Per A/I   injured   Per A/I     Damage     Per A/I
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Automobile...       2,749     3,425       1.25       358       .13     1,075       .39   6,560,147      2,386
Truck........       1,079     1,261       1.17       122       .11       442       .41   4,983,806      4,619
Truck-trailer         441       410        .93        11       .02        67       .15   4,972,413     11,275
Bus..........           3         2        .67         0       .00         0       .00     203,500     67,833
School bus...           3         3       1.00         0       .00         2       .67
Motorcycle...          21        19        .90         9       .43         4       .19      19,500        929
 Total                 4,296     5,120       1.19       500       .12     1,590       .37  16,739,366      3,897


TABLE 12.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CIRCUMSTANCE, 1994


                    -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----
Type Of Vehicle     A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
_________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

Automobile.......    45     7    22 1,093   172   459    80    18    40   755   111   242
Truck............    20     3     6   524    79   205    22     2    12   208    22    80
Truck-trailer....    10   ---     3   307     7   173    12   ---   ---    73     1    18
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---     5     2     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---

   Total.........    75    10    31 1,935   260   842   114    20    52 1,037   134   340

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

Automobile.......    25   ---    12   345    15   126    23   ---     9   383    35   179
Truck............    19     1    11   150     8    62     9   ---     3   127     7    78
Truck-trailer....     1   ---     3    26     2    10   ---   ---   ---    12     2     3
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---     7     2     1     1     1   ---     7     4     2

   Total.........    45     1    26   528    27   199    33     1    12   529    48   262

G R A N D  T O T A L

Automobile.......    70     7    34 1,438   187   585   103    18    49 1,138   146   421
Truck............    39     4    17   674    87   267    31     2    15   335    29   158
Truck-trailer....    11   ---     6   333     9   183    12   ---   ---    85     3    21
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---    12     4     2     1     1   ---     8     4     2

   Total.........   120    11    57 2,463   287 1,041   147    21    64 1,566   182   602
 



TABLE 13.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE OF PERSON, 1994


                    ---EOD---   ---ENOD--   ---PSGR--   ---NONT--   ---TRES--   ---CONT--   -----Total-----
Type Of Vehicle     Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   Kld   Inj   A/I
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

Automobile.......   ---    10   ---   ---   ---     2   227   605    81   146   ---   ---   308   763 1,973
Truck............   ---    13   ---   ---   ---   ---    92   245    14    45   ---   ---   106   303   774
Truck-trailer....   ---    64   ---   ---   ---    76     8    42   ---    12   ---   ---     8   194   402
Bus..............   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     3
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     3
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     1   ---   ---     2     1     6
Pedestrian.......   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---    19    11    27    13   ---   ---    46    27    70
Other............   ---     5   ---   ---   ---   ---    11    22     8     3   ---   ---    19    30   116

   Total.........   ---    97   ---   ---   ---    78   358   927   131   220   ---   ---   489 1,322 3,347

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

Automobile.......   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---    38   275    12    48   ---   ---    50   326   776
Truck............   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---    15   125     1    27   ---   ---    16   154   305
Truck-trailer....     1     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     8     3     5   ---   ---     4    16    39
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     7     2   ---     1   ---   ---     7     3    15
Pedestrian.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1     3   ---   ---     3     3     6
Other............   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     3     2     1   ---   ---     3     5    15

   Total.........     1     9   ---   ---   ---   ---    63   413    19    85   ---   ---    83   507 1,156

G R A N D  T O T A L

Automobile.......   ---    13   ---   ---   ---     2   265   880    93   194   ---   ---   358 1,089 2,749
Truck............   ---    15   ---   ---   ---   ---   107   370    15    72   ---   ---   122   457 1,079
Truck-trailer....     1    67   ---   ---   ---    76     8    50     3    17   ---   ---    12   210   441
Bus..............   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     3
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     3
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     8     2     1     2   ---   ---     9     4    21
Pedestrian.......   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   ---    21    11    28    16   ---   ---    49    30    76
Other............   ---     6   ---   ---   ---   ---    12    25    10     4   ---   ---    22    35   131

   Total.........     1   106   ---   ---   ---    78   421 1,340   150   305   ---   ---   572 1,829 4,503


  Note:  EOD  = Employee on duty      ENOD = Employee not on duty
         PSGR = Passenger on train    NONT = Nontrespasser
         TRES = Trespasser            CONT = Contractor employee
 



TABLE 14.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY VEHICLE SPEED, CIRCUMSTANCE, AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----   -----Total-----
Speed Of Vehicle    A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

Standing.........    26   ---     3   595    28   150    28     1     5   408    17    61 1,057    46   219
1-9..............    19     7    10   471    71   166    24     4     9   157    23    47   671   105   232
10-19............     9     1     7   393    64   198    28     5    20   181    26    88   611    96   313
20-29............     8     1     5   206    45   103    16   ---    11   119    14    56   349    60   175
30-39............     5   ---     2   112    19    56     6     4     2    64    17    37   187    40    97
40-49............     1   ---     1    47     5    29     2     4     1    25     7    12    75    16    43
50-59............     1   ---     1    17     6    20   ---   ---   ---    16     7    13    34    13    34
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---     4     3   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     1     1     5     4     1
Unknown..........     6     1     2    90    19   120    10     2     4    66    22    25   172    44   151

   Total.........    75    10    31 1,935   260   842   114    20    52 1,037   134   340 3,161   424 1,265

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

Standing.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
1-9..............    12   ---     5   102     1    28     6   ---   ---    95     1    27   215     2    60
10-19............     7   ---     2   136     1    41     7   ---     2   114     2    32   264     3    77
20-29............     7   ---     4   111     6    44     8   ---   ---   100     6    59   226    12   107
30-39............     6     1     4    66     4    34     5     1     6    68     7    48   145    13    92
40-49............     6   ---     7    43     5    26     4   ---     2    48    16    30   101    21    65
50-59............     2   ---     1    26     4    14     1   ---     1    41    10    36    70    14    52
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---     9     4     6   ---   ---   ---     7     4     4    16     8    10
Unknown..........     5   ---     3    35     2     6     2   ---     1    56     2    26    98     4    36

   Total.........    45     1    26   528    27   199    33     1    12   529    48   262 1,135    77   499

G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........    26   ---     3   595    28   150    28     1     5   408    17    61 1,057    46   219
1-9..............    31     7    15   573    72   194    30     4     9   252    24    74   886   107   292
10-19............    16     1     9   529    65   239    35     5    22   295    28   120   875    99   390
20-29............    15     1     9   317    51   147    24   ---    11   219    20   115   575    72   282
30-39............    11     1     6   178    23    90    11     5     8   132    24    85   332    53   189
40-49............     7   ---     8    90    10    55     6     4     3    73    23    42   176    37   108
50-59............     3   ---     2    43    10    34     1   ---     1    57    17    49   104    27    86
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---    13     7     6   ---   ---   ---     8     5     5    21    12    11
Unknown..........    11     1     5   125    21   126    12     2     5   122    24    51   270    48   187

   Total.........   120    11    57 2,463   287 1,041   147    21    64 1,566   182   602 4,296   501 1,764




TABLE 15.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY POSITION AND TYPE OF VEHICLE, 1994

   
                                    ----------------Position On Crossing---------------
                                    --Stalled On---   --Stopped On---   --Moving Over--
                Vehicle             A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
                _______________________________________________________________________

                Automobile.......   230     9    30   480    29   132 2,039   320   927
                Truck............    66     1     4   145     5    28   868   116   425
                Truck-trailer....    36   ---     3    92     1    19   313    11   188
                Bus..............     1   ---     1     1   ---     1     1   ---   ---
                School bus.......     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2
                Motorcycle.......     1     1   ---     4   ---     1    16     8     3

                   Total.........   335    11    38   722    35   181 3,239   455 1,545
 


TABLE 16.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CONSIST SPEED CIRCUMSTANCE, AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----   -----Total-----
Speed Of Consist    A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

Standing.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
1-9..............    14   ---     3   312     1    40    19   ---     4   180     1    33   525     2    80
10-19............    10   ---     4   278     1    96    13     1   ---   162     3    71   463     5   171
20-29............     7   ---     5   328     9   211    14   ---     7   198     9    76   547    18   299
30-39............    15     3     9   340    39   166    31     1    25   170    28    65   556    71   265
40-49............    17     2     7   392    98   205    17     2    12   199    42    70   625   144   294
50-59............     7     1     2   181    65    86    13     8     2    85    35    12   286   109   102
60-69............     2   ---     1    76    38    28     6     8     2    33    12    10   117    58    41
70-79............     3     4   ---    27     9    10     1   ---   ---    10     4     3    41    17    13
80-89............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........    75    10    31 1,935   260   842   114    20    52 1,037   134   340 3,161   424 1,265

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

Standing.........     4     1     3    16   ---     3     2   ---     3    80     3    42   102     4    51
1-9..............     8   ---     2   135     2    39    12   ---     1   155    11    69   310    13   111
10-19............     9   ---     6    91   ---    31     6   ---     5    99     2    53   205     2    95
20-29............    10   ---     6    92     4    36     5   ---     2    83    11    39   190    15    83
30-39............     9   ---     4    66     5    34     3     1     1    44    10    19   122    16    58
40-49............     2   ---     1    81    10    46     5   ---   ---    48     6    26   136    16    73
50-59............     2   ---     4    26     3     6   ---   ---   ---    15     2     8    43     5    18
60-69............     1   ---   ---    15     2     1   ---   ---   ---     4     2     4    20     4     5
70-79............   ---   ---   ---     6     1     3   ---   ---   ---     1     1     2     7     2     5
80-89............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........    45     1    26   528    27   199    33     1    12   529    48   262 1,135    77   499

G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........     4     1     3    16   ---     3     2   ---     3    80     3    42   102     4    51
1-9..............    22   ---     5   447     3    79    31   ---     5   335    12   102   835    15   191
10-19............    19   ---    10   369     1   127    19     1     5   261     5   124   668     7   266
20-29............    17   ---    11   420    13   247    19   ---     9   281    20   115   737    33   382
30-39............    24     3    13   406    44   200    34     2    26   214    38    84   678    87   323
40-49............    19     2     8   473   108   251    22     2    12   247    48    96   761   160   367
50-59............     9     1     6   207    68    92    13     8     2   100    37    20   329   114   120
60-69............     3   ---     1    91    40    29     6     8     2    37    14    14   137    62    46
70-79............     3     4   ---    33    10    13     1   ---   ---    11     5     5    48    19    18
80-89............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........   120    11    57 2,463   287 1,041   147    21    64 1,566   182   602 4,296   501 1,764
 

TABLE 17.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY RAILROAD EQUIPMENT INVOLVED, 1994


                      Consist  Vehicle  ---------Part Of Consist Struck---------
                       Struck   Struck  Lead   --------Quarter---------           -------Visibility-------
Type Consist          Vehicle  Consist  Unit     1      2      3      4  Unknown  Dawn   Day   Dusk   Dark
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Train (Units Pulling).  2,738    823    516    139     63     45     51      9     94  2,078    122  1,267
Train (Units Pushing).    178    101     51      8     11      7     23      1     13    136     10    120
Train (Standing)......    ---     87     18     22     16     15     12      4      4      9      3     71
Cars (Moving).........     51     37     37    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---      2     80      2      4
Cars (Standing).......    ---     10      9    ---      1    ---    ---    ---    ---      6    ---      4
Light Locos (Moving)..    194     70     64    ---    ---    ---      6    ---      7    152     10     95
Light Locos (Standing)    ---      6      5    ---    ---    ---      1    ---    ---      1    ---      5
Other.................    ---      1      1    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---      1    ---    ---

   Total..............  3,161  1,135    701    169     91     67     93     14    120  2,463    147  1,566

  Note:  The "Lead" unit is the first unit to occupy the crossing.



TABLE 18.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TRAIN SPEED AND TYPE OF TRAIN, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----   -----Total-----
Speed Of Consist    A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld  Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Standing.........    67     4    36   ---   ---   ---    20   ---    10    15   ---     5   102     4    51
1-9..............   364     7    75    13   ---     2   279     3    65   179     5    49   835    15   191
10-19............   489     5   207    14   ---   ---    73   ---    18    92     2    41   668     7   266
20-29............   632    27   278    24   ---    78    31     3     6    50     3    20   737    33   382
30-39............   612    79   299    25     2    10     5     2     1    36     4    13   678    87   323
40-49............   714   152   351    23     2     3     3     1   ---    21     5    13   761   160   367
50-59............   293   100   111    27     9     4     2     2   ---     7     3     5   329   114   120
60-69............   103    54    30    33     8    14   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     2   137    62    46
70-79............     7     1     2    41    18    16   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    48    19    18
80-89............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 3,281   429 1,389   201    39   127   413    11   100   401    22   148 4,296   501 1,764


  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives,
         single car or cut of cars



TABLE 19.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY LENGTH OF CONSIST, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----   -----Total-----
Number Of Cars      A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1-9..............   463    20   199   147    27   118   216     4    52   109     3    44   935    54   413
10-19............   333    37   139    37     9     3    99     1    24     5   ---     2   474    47   168
20-29............   333    32   130   ---   ---   ---    33     2     8     4     2     4   370    36   142
30-39............   275    57   124   ---   ---   ---    31     3     7     4     3     2   310    63   133
40-49............   261    41   124   ---   ---   ---     8   ---     2     2   ---   ---   271    41   126
50-59............   266    55    98   ---   ---   ---     8   ---     4     2   ---   ---   276    55   102
60-69............   237    30   105     1   ---   ---     5   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   243    30   107
70-79............   231    42    93   ---   ---   ---     6     1     1     1   ---   ---   238    43    94
80-89............   192    23    73     1     1   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---     2   195    24    75
90-99............   213    23   100   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   213    23   100
100-109..........   168    31    74     1   ---     2     1   ---   ---     2   ---     2   172    31    78
110-119..........   190    26    85   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   191    26    85
120-129..........    45     5    13   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    45     5    13
130-139..........    15     3     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    15     3     4
140-149..........    12     1     7   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    12     1     7
150 And over.....    27     2     8   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    27     2     8
Locomotives only.    20     1    13    14     2     4     5   ---   ---   270    14    92   309    17   109

   Total......... 3,281   429 1,389   201    39   127   413    11   100   401    22   148 4,296   501 1,764

  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives, single car or cut of cars. 




TABLE 20.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY LENGTH OF CONSIST AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----   -----Total-----
Number Of Cars      A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

1-9..............    10     4     3   455    30   232    23     6     7   162     7    53   650    47   295
10-19............    10     1     5   217    24    74    16   ---     8   103    13    27   346    38   114
20-29............     6     1     3   177    15    77     6     2     1    81    12    20   270    30   101
30-39............    11   ---     1   123    43    42     8     3     5    85    12    40   227    58    88
40-49............     4   ---   ---   115    21    56     5   ---     7    83    14    30   207    35    93
50-59............     3     2     2   119    30    42    12     6     3    75    10    25   209    48    72
60-69............     4   ---     4    97    21    45     6   ---     3    72     5    26   179    26    78
70-79............     2   ---   ---   109    15    43     4     1     5    79    18    28   194    34    76
80-89............     8     1     8    94    14    36     4   ---     1    52     6    14   158    21    59
90-99............     2   ---   ---    98    13    53     9   ---     7    53     4    17   162    17    77
100-109..........     4     1     1    80    11    40     4   ---     3    39    14    17   127    26    61
110-119..........     3   ---     1    79    14    45     4   ---   ---    55    10    18   141    24    64
120-129..........     1   ---     1    14   ---     7     5     1   ---    14     1     3    34     2    11
130-139..........     1   ---     1     6     1     2   ---   ---   ---     5     2   ---    12     3     3
140-149..........   ---   ---   ---     5     1     1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     6     1     1
150 And over.....     1   ---   ---    11     1     3   ---   ---   ---     6   ---     2    18     1     5
Locomotives only.     5   ---     1   136     6    44     7     1     2    73     6    20   221    13    67

   Total.........    75    10    31 1,935   260   842   114    20    52 1,037   134   340 3,161   424 1,265

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

1-9..............     7   ---     1   170     5    68    10   ---     3    98     2    46   285     7   118
10-19............     1   ---     1    67     4    18     6     1     2    54     4    33   128     9    54
20-29............     4   ---     4    51     4    15     3   ---     1    42     2    21   100     6    41
30-39............     3   ---     2    30     2    14     1   ---     1    49     3    28    83     5    45
40-49............     4   ---     4    25     2    10     1   ---     3    34     4    16    64     6    33
50-59............     4   ---     2    28     2    10     3   ---   ---    32     5    18    67     7    30
60-69............     3   ---     1    21   ---     9   ---   ---   ---    40     4    19    64     4    29
70-79............     3     1     2     7   ---     2     1   ---   ---    33     8    14    44     9    18
80-89............     3   ---     1    12   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    22     3    10    37     3    16
90-99............     3   ---     1    22     1     9     1   ---   ---    25     5    13    51     6    23
100-109..........     4   ---     4    19     2     7   ---   ---   ---    22     3     6    45     5    17
110-119..........     1   ---     1    25     2    12     1   ---   ---    23   ---     8    50     2    21
120-129..........   ---   ---   ---     5     1   ---   ---   ---   ---     6     2     2    11     3     2
130-139..........     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     1
140-149..........     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     5     6   ---     6
150 And over.....   ---   ---   ---     3     1     1   ---   ---   ---     6   ---     2     9     1     3
Locomotives only.     3   ---     2    39     1    17     6   ---     2    40     3    21    88     4    42

   Total.........    45     1    26   528    27   199    33     1    12   529    48   262 1,135    77   499

G R A N D  T O T A L

1-9..............    17     4     4   625    35   300    33     6    10   260     9    99   935    54   413
10-19............    11     1     6   284    28    92    22     1    10   157    17    60   474    47   168
20-29............    10     1     7   228    19    92     9     2     2   123    14    41   370    36   142
30-39............    14   ---     3   153    45    56     9     3     6   134    15    68   310    63   133
40-49............     8   ---     4   140    23    66     6   ---    10   117    18    46   271    41   126
50-59............     7     2     4   147    32    52    15     6     3   107    15    43   276    55   102
60-69............     7   ---     5   118    21    54     6   ---     3   112     9    45   243    30   107
70-79............     5     1     2   116    15    45     5     1     5   112    26    42   238    43    94
80-89............    11     1     9   106    14    41     4   ---     1    74     9    24   195    24    75
90-99............     5   ---     1   120    14    62    10   ---     7    78     9    30   213    23   100
100-109..........     8     1     5    99    13    47     4   ---     3    61    17    23   172    31    78
110-119..........     4   ---     2   104    16    57     5   ---   ---    78    10    26   191    26    85
120-129..........     1   ---     1    19     1     7     5     1   ---    20     3     5    45     5    13
130-139..........     2   ---     1     8     1     3   ---   ---   ---     5     2   ---    15     3     4
140-149..........     1   ---   ---     7     1     2     1   ---   ---     3   ---     5    12     1     7
150 And over.....     1   ---   ---    14     2     4   ---   ---   ---    12   ---     4    27     2     8
Locomotives only.     8   ---     3   175     7    61    13     1     4   113     9    41   309    17   109

   Total.........   120    11    57 2,463   287 1,041   147    21    64 1,566   182   602 4,296   501 1,764
 





TABLE 21.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE AND CLASS OF TRACK, 1994


                   ------Main-----   ------Yard-----   -----Siding----   ---Industry----   ----Unknown----   -----Total-----
     Track Class   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
     _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     1...........   317     5    97   173     2    34    23     1     8   175     2    51   ---   ---   ---   688    10   190
     2...........   727    31   294    35   ---    14     8   ---     1    17   ---     3   ---   ---   ---   787    31   312
     3........... 1,119   118   572     6     1     1     3   ---     4     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   --- 1,133   119   577
     4........... 1,434   298   600     3   ---     6   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   --- 1,439   298   606
     5...........   176    41    60   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   176    41    60
     6...........     4     1     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     4     1     3
     Unknown.....    39   ---     8    12   ---   ---     3   ---     2    15     1     6   ---   ---   ---    69     1    16

        Total.... 3,816   494 1,634   229     3    55    37     1    15   214     3    60   ---   ---   --- 4,296   501 1,764





TABLE 22.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WARNING DEVICE AND MOTORIST ACTION, 1994

  
                       --Drove Around-   --Stopped And--
                       -Or Thru Gate--   -Then Proceeded   -Did Not Stop--   -----Other-----   ----Unknown----   -----Total-----
   Warning Device      A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
   ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

   Gates............   580    95   228     3   ---     2    20   ---     7   342    15    45    14   ---     1   959   110   283
   Cantilever flshrs   ---   ---   ---    26   ---     9   251    32   119    62     4    20   ---   ---   ---   339    36   148
   Standard flashers   ---   ---   ---    57     2    20   538    61   302   156     2    28     8   ---     2   759    65   352
   Hwy Sig,W W,Bells   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1    44     3    21    21   ---     4     1   ---   ---    71     3    26
   Special Devices..   ---   ---   ---     4   ---   ---    34   ---     7    10   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    48   ---     8
   Crossbucks.......   ---   ---   ---    79    17    33 1,266   203   625   376    17   102    25     2     6 1,746   239   766
   Stopsigns........   ---   ---   ---    28     4    11   226    38   136    68     3    28     3   ---   ---   325    45   175
   Other Signs......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1
   No Signs Or Signl   ---   ---   ---     3   ---     2    27     3     3    14   ---   ---     1   ---   ---    45     3     5

      Total.........   580    95   228   205    23    78 2,409   340 1,221 1,050    41   228    52     2     9 4,296   501 1,764


     Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew.
            "Hwy Sig" = Highway signals, W W = Wigwags.
 



TABLE 23.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, BY
OPERATIONAL STATUS OF WARNING DEVICE,CIRCUMSTANCE, AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                                         ---------------------Highway User--------------------
                     -Device Working--   ----Struck By Consist----   ----Ran Into Consist-----
Warning Device       Yes     No    N/A   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark
______________________________________________________________________________________________

Gates............    929      7     23     29    362     23    354     11     81      4     95
Cantilever flshrs    337      2    ---      5    137      9     76      1     50      5     56
Standard flashers    747      1     11      9    329     11    172      8    120      5    105
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells     71    ---    ---    ---     39      1     12      1      5      3     10
Special Devices..    ---    ---     48    ---      9      1     11      2      5      2     18
Crossbucks.......    ---    ---  1,746     24    860     55    348     19    223     11    206
Stopsigns........    ---    ---    325      8    171     12     50      3     43      3     35
Other Signs......    ---    ---      4    ---      1    ---      1    ---      1    ---      1
No Signs Or Signl    ---    ---     45    ---     27      2     13    ---    ---    ---      3

   Total.........  2,084     10  2,202     75  1,935    114  1,037     45    528     33    529


  Note:  If a rail consist is intentionally grounded to prevent activation of the warning device, these are
         reported as "N/A."






TABLE 24.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, DURING
DUSK AND DARK HOURS BY ILLUMINATION OF CROSSING AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1994



                                 Struck By Consist   Ran Into Consist  -----Total-----
                                   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
               ________________________________________________________________________

               Lighted..........   719    56   323   270    16   111   989    72   434
               Not Lighted...... 1,777   272   736   625    47   296 2,402   319 1,032
               Not Reported.....   654    95   205   234    14    90   888   109   295

                  Total......... 3,161   424 1,265 1,135    77   499 4,296   501 1,764
 



TABLE 25.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CROSSING PROTECTION, 1994


                                  -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----   -----Total-----
   Warning Device                 A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
   _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

   R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

   Automatic, Both Sides.......    42     5    13   848    91   344    42     7    15   604    70   189 1,536   173   561
   Automatic, Side Of Approach.     1   ---   ---    17     2     5     1   ---   ---     9   ---     8    28     2    13
   Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     3   ---   ---
   Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   Manual, Both Sides..........   ---   ---   ---     7   ---   ---     1   ---   ---    10   ---   ---    18   ---   ---
   Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   Manual, Side Not Reported...   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   Other, Both Sides...........    30     5    16 1,001   162   477    63    10    37   389    64   140 1,483   241   670
   Other, Side Of Approach.....     2   ---     2    22   ---    10     1   ---   ---     6   ---     1    31   ---    13
   Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1     3     2   ---     2   ---     2     9     2     3
   Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     5     3   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     7     3   ---
   No Signs Or Signals.........   ---   ---   ---    27     2     5     2     1   ---    13   ---   ---    42     3     5

      Total....................    75    10    31 1,935   260   842   114    20    52 1,037   134   340 3,161   424 1,265

   H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

   Automatic, Both Sides.......    20   ---    11   250    19    94    16   ---     9   260    19   116   546    38   230
   Automatic, Side Of Approach.     1   ---   ---     6   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     5     1     4    12     1     4
   Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     1   ---     1
   Manual, Both Sides..........     2   ---     1     5   ---   ---     1   ---   ---    14   ---     5    22   ---     6
   Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     1   ---     1
   Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
   Manual, Side Not Reported...   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---     1     2   ---     1
   Other, Both Sides...........    21     1    13   257     7   101    13     1     3   226    28   126   517    37   243
   Other, Side Of Approach.....     1   ---     1     8     1     4   ---   ---   ---    13   ---     8    22     1    13
   Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     3   ---   ---     5   ---   ---
   Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
   No Signs Or Signals.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     3   ---   ---     3   ---   ---

      Total....................    45     1    26   528    27   199    33     1    12   529    48   262 1,135    77   499

   G R A N D  T O T A L

   Automatic, Both Sides.......    62     5    24 1,098   110   438    58     7    24   864    89   305 2,082   211   791
   Automatic, Side Of Approach.     2   ---   ---    23     2     5     1   ---   ---    14     1    12    40     3    17
   Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     4   ---   ---
   Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     2   ---     1
   Manual, Both Sides..........     2   ---     1    12   ---   ---     2   ---   ---    24   ---     5    40   ---     6
   Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     2   ---     1
   Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     3   ---   ---     3   ---   ---
   Manual, Side Not Reported...   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---     1     3   ---     1
   Other, Both Sides...........    51     6    29 1,258   169   578    76    11    40   615    92   266 2,000   278   913
   Other, Side Of Approach.....     3   ---     3    30     1    14     1   ---   ---    19   ---     9    53     1    26
   Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1     4     2   ---     5   ---     2    14     2     3
   Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     6     3   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     8     3   ---
   No Signs Or Signals.........   ---   ---   ---    27     2     5     2     1   ---    16   ---   ---    45     3     5

      Total....................   120    11    57 2,463   287 1,041   147    21    64 1,566   182   602 4,296   501 1,764


     Note:  Automatic devices include gates, flashing lights, and other devices which are activated by the approach of a rail
            consist.  Manual devices include "Watchmen" and "Flagged by crew".  "Other" devices include crossbucks, stop signs, etc.
 






TABLE 26.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY VISIBILTY AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1994


                  Struck By Consist   Ran Into Consist  -----Total-----
Visibilty           A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
________________________________________________________________________

Dawn.............    75    10    31    45     1    26   120    11    57
Day.............. 1,935   260   842   528    27   199 2,463   287 1,041
Dusk.............   114    20    52    33     1    12   147    21    64
Dark............. 1,037   134   340   529    48   262 1,566   182   602

   Total......... 3,161   424 1,265 1,135    77   499 4,296   501 1,764







TABLE 27.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TEMPERATURE AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    ----Struck By Consist----   ----Ran Into Consist-----   ----------Total----------
Temperature         Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Over 100.........    ---    ---    ---      1    ---      2    ---    ---    ---      2    ---      1
80 To 100........    ---    552     18     69      2    124      2     32      2    676     20    101
60 To 79.........     24    705     35    323     15    177     12    162     39    882     47    485
40 To 59.........     29    384     29    376      8    101      9    180     37    485     38    556
20 To 39.........     16    217     23    192     13     79      7    111     29    296     30    303
 0 To 19.........      5     62      6     65      6     35      2     36     11     97      8    101
-20 To -1........      1     15      3     11      1      9      1      7      2     24      4     18
Under -20........    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---      1    ---      1    ---      1    ---      1
Not Reported.....    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---

   Total.........     75  1,935    114  1,037     45    528     33    529    120  2,463    147  1,566



TABLE 28.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TIME OF DAY, 1994


                               Struck By Consist   Ran Into Consist  -----Total-----
             TIME                A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
             ________________________________________________________________________

             MID TO 12:59 AM..    95    15    27    47     1    20   142    16    47
               1 TO 1:59 AM...    79     5    25    50     7    29   129    12    54
               2 TO 2:59 AM...    78    12    25    57     4    31   135    16    56
               3 TO 3:59 AM...    61     5    17    38     2    30    99     7    47
               4 TO 4:59 AM...    39     2    12    25     2    11    64     4    23
               5 TO 5:59 AM...    51     3    18    32     1    18    83     4    36
               6 TO 6:59 AM...   102    18    28    36     1    15   138    19    43
               7 TO 7:59 AM...   141    22   125    39     2    15   180    24   140
               8 TO 8:59 AM...   152    21    73    47     3    12   199    24    85
               9 TO 9:59 AM...   167    22    67    53     2    20   220    24    87
               10 TO 10:59 AM.   166    23    60    33     1     9   199    24    69
               11 TO 11:59 AM.   161    16    73    55     4    20   216    20    93
             NOON TO 12:59 PM.   192    21    64    45     1    15   237    22    79
               1 TO 1:59 PM...   188    17    78    36     2    11   224    19    89
               2 TO 2:59 PM...   173    19    72    64     6    23   237    25    95
               3 TO 3:59 PM...   196    33    61    60     2    27   256    35    88
               4 TO 4:59 PM...   178    23    78    45     3    19   223    26    97
               5 TO 5:59 PM...   166    22    59    59     3    22   225    25    81
               6 TO 6:59 PM...   182    28    70    52   ---    19   234    28    89
               7 TO 7:59 PM...   129    30    63    47     2    31   176    32    94
               8 TO 8:59 PM...   131    18    52    45     8    26   176    26    78
               9 TO 9:59 PM...   122    17    44    56     3    29   178    20    73
               10 TO 10:59 PM.   105    22    43    55     8    24   160    30    67
               11 TO 11:59 PM.   107    10    31    59     9    23   166    19    54
             Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

                Total......... 3,161   424 1,265 1,135    77   499 4,296   501 1,764



TABLE 29.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY MONTH AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1994


                                 Struck By Consist   Ran Into Consist  -----Total-----
               Month               A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj 
               ________________________________________________________________________

               January..........   366    36   153   140     6    51   506    42   204
               February.........   293    44   115   118     5    53   411    49   168
               March............   252    24   100   100    10    38   352    34   138
               April............   229    24    83    90     2    44   319    26   127
               May..............   259    25    89    72     7    30   331    32   119
               June.............   238    32   170    80     2    35   318    34   205
               July.............   265    43   114    71     9    28   336    52   142
               August...........   257    43   113    87     7    34   344    50   147
               September........   235    38    66    81     3    46   316    41   112
               October..........   240    31    85    85     1    46   325    32   131
               November.........   250    42    82   109    12    50   359    54   132
               December.........   277    42    95   102    13    44   379    55   139

                  Total......... 3,161   424 1,265 1,135    77   499 4,296   501 1,764



TABLE 30.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WEATHER CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    ----Struck By Consist----   ----Ran Into Consist-----   ----------Total----------
Weather             Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Clear............     45  1,363     64    655     25    362     16    308     70  1,725     80    963
Cloudy...........     14    423     35    219      7     83      9    113     21    506     44    332
Rain.............      4    107      8    110      3     46      4     52      7    153     12    162
Fog..............      9     11      1     18      6     14    ---     28     15     25      1     46
Sleet............      1      1    ---    ---    ---      2    ---      3      1      3    ---      3
Snow.............      2     30      6     35      4     21      4     25      6     51     10     60
Not Reported.....    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---

   Total.........     75  1,935    114  1,037     45    528     33    529    120  2,463    147  1,566



TABLE 31.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY OBSTRUCTION OF MOTORIST VIEW, CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                         ----Struck By Consist----   ----Ran Into Consist-----   ----------Total----------
Type Obstruction         Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk  Dark
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Permanent structure...      1     39      3     15      1     15      2      4      2     54      5     19
Standing RR Equipment.    ---     16      1      7    ---      3    ---      4    ---     19      1     11
Passing Train.........    ---     10    ---      2    ---      1    ---      2    ---     11    ---      4
Topography............    ---     16    ---      5    ---      7    ---      2    ---     23    ---      7
Vegetation............    ---     36      3      7      2     17    ---      2      2     53      3      9
Highway Vehicle.......    ---      9    ---      1    ---      5    ---      2    ---     14    ---      3
Other.................    ---     10      3      8    ---      5    ---      8    ---     15      3     16
Not Obstructed........     74  1,799    104    992     42    475     31    505    116  2,274    135  1,497
Unknown...............    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---

   Total..............     75  1,935    114  1,037     45    528     33    529    120  2,463    147  1,566



TABLE 32.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY MOTORIST ACTION AND TYPE OF VEHICLE, 1994

 
                                    Struck By Second Train   Passed Standing Vehicle
                 Type Of Vehicle       Yes      No  Unknown    Yes      No   Unknown
                 ___________________________________________________________________

                 Automobile.......      53   2,649      47      91   2,439     219
                 Truck............      16   1,053      10      18     995      66
                 Truck-trailer....      10     425       6      11     405      25
                 Bus..............     ---       3     ---     ---       2       1
                 School bus.......     ---       3     ---     ---       3     ---
                 Motorcycle.......     ---      21     ---       1      19       1

                    Total.........      79   4,154      63     121   3,863     312



TABLE 33.  TOTAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CROSSINGS BY STATE AND TYPE, 1994
     

     Public                             Private     Private   Pedestrian  Pedestrian
       At        Public      Public        at         Grade        at         Grade
  State           Grade     RR Under     RR Over      Grade     Separated     Grade     Separated      Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama                 4,008         488         174       2,111          20          23           2       6,826
Alaska                    227          11           6         108           1           8           4         365
Arizona                   941          88          83         688         106           6           2       1,914
Arkansas                3,325         182         120       1,523          71          10           8       5,239
California              7,988         933         563       4,895         195         155          87      14,816
Colorado                2,076         205         115       1,448          21          21           8       3,894
Connecticut               370         323         252         261          37           0          31       1,274
Delaware                  269          48          57         153           2           2           1         532
Dist Of Columbia           37          30          37          12           0          11           2         129
Florida                 4,077         231          58       1,463           1          68           3       5,901
Georgia                 6,197         546         253       2,790           7          41           5       9,839
Hawaii                      6           0           0           0           0           0           0           6
Idaho                   1,556          92          68       1,422          12          10           3       3,163
Illinois               10,265         924       1,909       5,749         175         308          85      19,415
Indiana                 6,678         449         578       2,902          89          68          13      10,777
Iowa                    5,290         472         328       4,298          50          47          11      10,496
Kansas                  7,912         349         208       4,256          32          36           0      12,793
Kentucky                2,639         438         441       2,830         102          54          24       6,528
Louisiana               3,770         226         117       3,299          20          36           7       7,475
Maine                     882         128          78         934          15          11           3       2,051
Maryland                  693         314         203         732          24           9          17       1,992
Massachusetts           1,192         795         436         538          52          19          84       3,116
Michigan                5,791         327         403       2,726          22         109          20       9,398
Minnesota               5,218         461         342       3,140          17          53          24       9,255
Mississippi             3,028         223         112       2,090          14          14           2       5,483
Missouri                4,872         637         411       3,300          72          61          34       9,387
Montana                 1,533         137          82       2,057         112          15           5       3,941
Nebraska                4,058         211         124       2,824          39          14           4       7,274
Nevada                    288          60          40         258          11           3           0         660
New Hampshire             503         118          52         344          21           7           6       1,051
New Jersey              1,862         534         728         594          57          42          83       3,900
New Mexico                815          70          79         595          44           2           2       1,607
New York                3,279       1,352       1,096       3,179         192          65         232       9,395
North Carolina          4,875         505         287       3,632          17          51          19       9,386
North Dakota            4,631          79          83       2,184          16          19           4       7,016
Ohio                    6,713       1,070       1,082       3,955         198          34          56      13,108
Oklahoma                4,627         257         192       1,779          57          18           2       6,932
Oregon                  2,343         290         174       2,878         113          90          12       5,900
Pennsylvania            5,599       1,547       1,872       3,450         239         126         199      13,032
Rhode Island              128         107          38          71           7           0           5         356
South Carolina          3,111         368         123       1,359           1          12           3       4,977
South Dakota            2,137          89          46       1,361          53           5           1       3,692
Tennessee               3,371         503         456       1,948          52          28          11       6,369
Texas                  12,706         861         791       6,559         140          33          16      21,106
Utah                    1,009         117          48         789           2           4           3       1,972
Vermont                   496          85          83         650          44          46           4       1,408
Virginia                2,201         608         456       3,145         116          49          20       6,595
Washington              3,018         373         312       3,212         106          96          20       7,137
West Virginia           1,972         262         347       2,308         102          76          18       5,085
Wisconsin               4,899         428         314       2,984          86         108          42       8,861
Wyoming                   530         113          46         930          78           1           7       1,705
Puerto Rico                24           0           0           2           0           0           0          26
  FINAL TOTALS            166,035      19,064      16,303     106,715       3,060       2,124       1,254     314,555



TABLE 34.  TOTAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CROSSINGS BY RAILROAD AND TYPE, 1994

                                                   Public                       Private   Private  Pedestrian Pedestrian
                                                    At      Public    Public      at       Grade       at       Grade
                     Railroad                      Grade   RR Under   RR Over    Grade   Separated   Grade    Separated     Total
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Alaska Railroad Corporation                       223        11         6       108         1         8          4        361
     Allegheny and Eastern Railroad                    106        10         2        82         2         3          1        206
     Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corpora       185       539       489        68        23         2         73      1,379
     Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Company              251         7        14        92         5         0          0        369
     Arkansas Midland Railroad Company, Incorpor       179         6         4        92         1         2          0        284
     Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company     6,648       631       580     3,666       191        51         22     11,789
     Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway Company       137         6         1        70         0         1          0        215
     Austin & Northwestern Railroad                    169         8         7       108         3         1          0        296
     Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                       165        12        23       385         0         7          0        592
     Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Company             140        35        49        96         3         2          0        325
     Boston & Maine Corporation                        866       430       204       412        51        14         36      2,013
     Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad, Incorporated       322        47        55       263        16         7          0        710
     Burlington Northern Railroad Company           19,149     1,540     1,173    12,820       367       266         65     35,380
     Camas Prairie Railroad Company                    106         5        18       116         4         1          1        251
     Canadian Pacific Railway Company                   51        12        15       180         6        39          1        304
     Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Company           96        16         6        92         0         3          1        214
     Cedar River Railroad Company                      160         1         2       104         0         0          0        267
     Central Kansas Railway, Incorporated            1,129        16         5       579         4         3          0      1,736
     Central Michigan Railway Company                  332        19         6       187         1         7          0        552
     Central Railroad Company Of Indianapolis          270         0         0         3         0         0          0        273
     Central Vermont Railway, Incorporated             193        63        56       223        14         3          8        560
     Chehalis Western                                   86        27        11        96         6         2          0        228
     Chicago & North Western Transportation Comp     5,672       555       707     4,184       151       109         51     11,429
     Chicago Missouri & Western Railway                141        30        20       115         5         7          1        319
     Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Company       888        88        79       701        49        15         12      1,832
     Columbus & Greenville Railway Company             337         4         1       310         4         3          0        659
     Consolidated Rail Corporation                  13,068     3,243     3,469     7,323       396       172        272     27,943
     CSX Transportation                             18,465     2,481     1,787    11,087       288       343        109     34,560
     Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad              805        21        33       554        38         2          0      1,453
     Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western Railroad,       287         2         0       159         0         1          0        449
     Delaware & Hudson Railway Company                 311        81        93       446        30        16          9        986
     Delta Southern Railroad Company                    92         1         1       119         0         0          0        213
     Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Compan       836       137        67       673         4         3          4      1,724
     Department of Defense - Other                     270         3         5       234         1         5          0        518
     Detroit & Mackinac Railway Company                359         8         1       207         1        10          0        586
     Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Compan       150        25        28       131         4         2          0        340
     Eastern Idaho Railroad                            353         7         4       269         2         0          0        635
     Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Company           192        30        28        89         2         0          0        341
     Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad Company         267         4         2       162         0         4          0        439
     Florida Central Railroad Company                  154         3         5        55         0        12          0        229
     Florida East Coast Railway Company                714        33         6       114         0        13          0        880
     Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                         727        39        21       449        15        16          3      1,270
     Gateway Western Railway                           224        24        23       156         1         2          0        430
     Georgia Central Railroad                          220         9         4        87         0         2          0        322
     Georgia Southwestern Railroad Division            282        19         3       166         1         1          0        472
     Grainbelt Corporation                             255         2         8        93         0         0          0        358
     Grand Trunk Western Railroad Incorporated       1,164       102       178       498         6        15         11      1,974
     Great Western Railway Company                      85         3         1       127         0         0          1        217
     Gulf And Mississippi Railroad Corporation         645        53        29       460         1         2          0      1,190
     Hillsdale County Railway Company, Incorpora       127         3         2        68         3         0          0        203
     Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Company           164        23        16        43         0         4          1        251
     Huron & Eastern Railway                           207         0         0       154         0         1          0        362
     Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad Company         112         4         3       182         0         1          0        302
     Illinois Central Railroad Company               2,824       332       332     1,707        43        65         23      5,326
     Indiana & Ohio Central Railroad, Incorporat       116        19        19        87         7         0          0        248
     Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation                       236         5         2       106         7         4          0        360
     Indiana Rail Road Company                         459        22        38       152        10         3          0        684
     Iowa Interstate Railroad                          479        60        43       326         5         3          1        917
     Iowa Northern Railway Company                     187         8         5       119         0         0          0        319
     Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Railroad C       164         1         7        60         2         0          0        234
     Kansas City Southern Railway Company            1,028       105        87       492        26         6          4      1,748
     Kansas City Terminal Railway Company               79        48        25        95         0         1          0        248
     Kansas Southwestern Railway                       408         6         2       163         0         0          0        579
     Kiamichi Railroad Company, Incorporated           234         5        11        97         9         0          0        356
     Kyle Railroad Company                             496        12         4       367         5         1          0        885
     Lamoille Valley Railroad Company                   84         9         7       105        13         0          0        218
     Long Island Rail Road                             304       294       105        82         0         8         80        873
     Louisiana & Arkansas Railway Company              666        65        34       579         4         4          2      1,354
     Louisiana & Delta Railroad                        208         1         0       173         0         0          0        382
     Maine Department Of Transportation                161        25        15        87         5         3          0        296
     Maryland & Delaware Railroad Company               92         1         0       137         0         0          1        231
     Maryland Dept. Of Transportation                   84         6         3       101         2         4          0        200
     Mass. Bay Transporatation Authority                75        80        60        48         6         3         18        290
     Mid-Atlantic Railroad Company, Incorporated       135         4         0       123         0         2          0        264



TABLE 34.  TOTAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CROSSINGS BY RAILROAD AND TYPE, CONT. 1994

                                                  Public                       Private   Private  Pedestrian Pedestrian
                                                    At      Public    Public      at       Grade       at       Grade
                     Railroad                      Grade   RR Under   RR Over    Grade   Separated   Grade    Separated     Total
     -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     Mid-Michigan Railroad Company                     115         4         0        95         0         3          0        217
     Midd States Port Authority                        404        17        20       170         2         1          0        614
     Midsouth Railroad Corporation  (USE CODE KC       513        72        25       269         4         2          0        885
     Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Compa       410        35        24       353         5         1          0        828
     Monongahela Railway Company                        64        14        41        93         0         1          0        213
     Montana Rail Link                                 449        52        21       684        10         3          1      1,220
     MNVA Railroad, Incorporated                       103         2         0       101         0         1          0        207
     Nashville & Eastern Railroad                      199        11        11       151         6         2          0        380
     Nebraska Central Railroad                         342         0         0       236         0         2          0        580
     New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                347       199       297        96        13        19         45      1,016
     New Orleans Lower Coast Railroad, Incorpora        45         0         0       180         0         4          0        229
     New Orleans Public Belt Railroad                  100         6         8       156         6         2          0        278
     New York City Trans. Authority (MTA)               30       143        42        15         9         0         39        278
     New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad Co       271        21         9       223        10         3          1        538
     Norfolk Southern Corporation                   17,117     1,999     1,644    11,503       243       106         45     32,657
     North Carolina Department Of Transportation        92        11         3       122         2         3          1        234
     Northeast Kansas & Missouri                       124         2         4       106         0         0          0        236
     Ohio Central Railroad Company                     130        15         5       150         9         0          1        310
     Oklahoma Department Of Transportation             383        18         9       105         2         1          0        518
     Oklahoma Kansas & Texas Railroad Company          122        12         8       110         0         1          0        253
     Paducah & Louisville Railway Company              259        53        49       185         7         3          0        556
     Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company            97        53        35        99        15         6         12        317
     Prairie Trunk Railway                             169         1         0        61         0         1          0        232
     Providence & Worcester Railroad Company           196        73        49       123         6         0          6        453
     Red River Valley & Western Railroad               761         5         1       316         0         0          0      1,083
     Seminole Gulf Railroad                            166         7         0        31         0         0          0        204
     Soo Line Railroad Company                       4,271       365       368     2,732        48        67         26      7,877
     South Carolina Central Railroad Company, In       132         2         1        65         0         1          0        201
     South Dakota Railroad Authority                   321         9         2       282         2         1          0        617
     South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad Company          359        12        15       245         3         2          0        636
     South Orient Railroad Company, Ltd.               178         6         8       173         1         1          0        367
     Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Au       262       114       174        53        22        10         40        675
     Southern Pacific Transportation Company         8,090       887       557     4,893       216       126         66     14,835
     Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corpora       269        18        27        87         3        32          1        437
     Springfield Terminal Railway Company (Vermo       429        75        33       283         8         0          3        831
     St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company          2,025       114        77       780        29         2          0      3,027
     State Subsidy                                     247        35        31       139         9         0          2        463
     Tennessee Southern Railroad Company, Incorp       134        18        11        65         2         0          1        231
     Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis        141        40        26        12         1         0          0        220
     Texas & Oklahoma Railroad Company                 340         8         1       190         0         0          0        539
     Texas Mexican Railway Company                     239         9         2       195         0         0          0        445
     Texas Northeastern Division--Mid-Michigan R       216        12        12       115         0         0          0        355
     Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Corporatio       438        12         3       270         0         6          0        729
     Tulare Valley Railroad Company                    324         2         5       232         3         4          0        570
     Tuscola & Saginaw Bay Railroad Company, Inc       568        20         7       243         2        10          1        851
     Twin City & Western Railroad                      138         4        10       106         1         0          0        259
     Union Pacific Railroad Company                 16,292     1,454       902    10,609       175       115         65     29,612
     Vermont Railway, Incorporated                      95        17        11       148        10         4          0        285
     Washington Central Railroad Company               356        17        13       344         2         0          0        732
     Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company              596        83       161       442        32         9          6      1,329
     Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Company             604        28        14       315        15        10          3        989
     Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)           1,985       103        87     1,207         7        34          6      3,429
     All Other Railroads                            16,923     1,189     1,291    12,294       276       235         68     32,276
 FINAL TOTALS                                      166,035    19,064    16,303   106,715     3,060     2,124      1,254    314,555




TABLE 35.  TOTAL OF CROSSINGS BY STATE AND LOCATION: URBAN OR RURAL, 1994


State                    Urban        Rural        Total
--------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........        1,858        2,150        4,008
Alaska...........           88          139          227
Arizona..........          470          471          941
Arkansas.........        1,289        2,036        3,325
California.......        5,820        2,168        7,988
Colorado.........          721        1,355        2,076
Connecticut......          239          131          370
Delaware.........           73          196          269
Dist of Columbia.           37          ---           37
Florida..........        2,365        1,712        4,077
Georgia..........        2,198        3,999        6,197
Hawaii...........          ---            6            6
Idaho............          259        1,297        1,556
Illinois.........        3,913        6,352       10,265
Indiana..........        2,888        3,790        6,678
Iowa.............        1,636        3,654        5,290
Kansas...........        1,398        6,514        7,912
Kentucky.........          702        1,937        2,639
Louisiana........        1,657        2,113        3,770
Maine............          236          646          882
Maryland.........          521          172          693
Massachusetts....          843          349        1,192
Michigan.........        2,362        3,429        5,791
Minnesota........        1,421        3,797        5,218
Mississippi......        1,137        1,891        3,028
Missouri.........        1,578        3,294        4,872
Montana..........          281        1,252        1,533
Nebraska.........          516        3,542        4,058
Nevada...........           74          214          288
New Hampshire....          221          282          503
New Jersey.......        1,330          532        1,862
New Mexico.......          239          576          815
New York.........        1,515        1,764        3,279
North Carolina...        2,012        2,863        4,875
North Dakota.....          252        4,379        4,631
Ohio.............        3,168        3,545        6,713
Oklahoma.........          309        4,318        4,627
Oregon...........        1,010        1,333        2,343
Pennsylvania.....        2,918        2,681        5,599
Rhode Island.....          123            5          128
South Carolina...        1,071        2,040        3,111
South Dakota.....          261        1,876        2,137
Tennessee........        1,527        1,844        3,371
Texas............        6,700        6,006       12,706
Utah.............          544          465        1,009
Vermont..........          165          331          496
Virginia.........          929        1,272        2,201
Washington.......        1,387        1,631        3,018
West Virginia....          431        1,541        1,972
Wisconsin........        1,989        2,910        4,899
Wyoming..........           80          450          530
Puerto Rico......          ---           24           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       64,761      101,274      166,035


           




TABLE 36.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF MAIN AND OTHER TRACKS, 1994


		Other                                            Number of Main Tracks
		Tracks           0            1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
		-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
		0                9       98,852        9,960          286           78              5            4      109,194
		1           15,909       21,692        2,722           76           18            ---            1       40,418
		2            3,544        6,591        1,054           51           16              1            1       11,258
		3              968        1,923          329           28           14            ---          ---        3,262
		4              269          601          143           13            7              3            1        1,037
		5              116          246           69            4            1              1            1          438
		>5             107          246           70            2            3            ---          ---          428
		Total       20,922      130,151       14,347          460          137             10            8      166,035








 
	TABLE 37.  CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRACKS AND WARNING DEVICE, 1994


	                                                                             Number of Tracks
	Warning device                          1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
	------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	Gates.......................        13,382        9,999         3,531        1,262           458          418       29,050
	Flashing lights.............        21,038        5,539         1,805          581           185          177       29,325
	Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells         1,021          411           148           47            20           14        1,661
	Special warning devices.....         3,316          959           310          125            41           47        4,798
	Stop signs..................         8,006        2,162           571          179            56           43       11,017
	Crossbucks..................        62,561       14,938         3,869        1,110           320          252       83,050
	Other signs.................           365           93            30           14             1            3          506
	No signs or signals.........         5,072        1,095           303           82            39           37        6,628
	   Total....................       114,761       35,196        10,567        3,400         1,120          991      166,035







TABLE 38.  CROSSINGS BY TRACKS AND TRAFFIC LANES, 1994


		Traffic                                       Number of Tracks
		Lanes            1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
		------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
		1           19,933         4,229          726           169           33           42       25,132
		2           87,581        28,244        8,941         2,918          980          840      129,504
		3              752           330          100            33            9           13        1,237
		4            5,621         2,135          732           263           94           88        8,933
		5              408           119           35             8            2            4          576
		>5             466           139           33             9            2            4          653
		Total      114,761        35,196       10,567         3,400        1,120          991      166,035

                                                                    



TABLE 39.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRACKS AND STATE, 1994

	Number of Tracks

State                        1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........         2,873          719           284           73           27           32        4,008
Alaska...........           186           34             6            1          ---          ---          227
Arizona..........           696          166            60           15            3            1          941
Arkansas.........         2,270          725           223           63           26           18        3,325
California.......         5,472        1,579           569          191           90           87        7,988
Colorado.........         1,445          424           141           40           13           13        2,076
Connecticut......           299           59            10          ---            2          ---          370
Delaware.........           228           30             7            2            2          ---          269
Dist of Columbia.            28            7             2          ---          ---          ---           37
Florida..........         2,576        1,051           288           81           40           41        4,077
Georgia..........         4,599        1,128           307          107           21           35        6,197
Hawaii...........             6          ---           ---          ---          ---          ---            6
Idaho............         1,093          298           110           36           10            9        1,556
Illinois.........         6,318        2,759           785          254           90           59       10,265
Indiana..........         4,701        1,509           314          103           31           20        6,678
Iowa.............         3,515        1,146           422          133           36           38        5,290
Kansas...........         5,430        1,638           541          191           60           52        7,912
Kentucky.........         1,771          646           152           48            9           13        2,639
Louisiana........         2,821          675           186           52           15           21        3,770
Maine............           724          123            24            9            1            1          882
Maryland.........           522          130            22           12            2            5          693
Massachusetts....           941          187            41           15            4            4        1,192
Michigan.........         4,137        1,194           279          104           38           39        5,791
Minnesota........         3,699          993           343          117           32           34        5,218
Mississippi......         2,089          609           204           78           22           26        3,028
Missouri.........         2,879        1,314           469          131           41           38        4,872
Montana..........         1,003          351           127           26           12           14        1,533
Nebraska.........         2,656          900           321          109           40           32        4,058
Nevada...........           198           64            16            4            1            5          288
New Hampshire....           427           66             7            2            1          ---          503
New Jersey.......         1,358          386            83           19            8            8        1,862
New Mexico.......           570          173            44           17            4            7          815
New York.........         2,296          748           161           48           13           13        3,279
North Carolina...         3,627          832           267           87           31           31        4,875
North Dakota.....         3,704          679           194           40           13            1        4,631
Ohio.............         3,645        2,094           622          231           73           48        6,713
Oklahoma.........         2,998        1,067           342          136           48           36        4,627
Oregon...........         1,688          447           163           32           12            1        2,343
Pennsylvania.....         3,653        1,368           358          140           43           37        5,599
Rhode Island.....            86           36             6          ---          ---          ---          128
South Carolina...         2,401          561           106           21           13            9        3,111
South Dakota.....         1,685          288           116           35            6            7        2,137
Tennessee........         2,265          766           220           74           21           25        3,371
Texas............         9,162        2,413           709          262           83           77       12,706
Utah.............           683          213            71           17           18            7        1,009
Vermont..........           403           71            16            4          ---            2          496
Virginia.........         1,456          518           166           44           11            6        2,201
Washington.......         1,989          627           273           86           22           21        3,018
West Virginia....         1,413          410           114           21            5            9        1,972
Wisconsin........         3,707          856           235           70           23            8        4,899
Wyoming..........           351          114            41           19            4            1          530
Puerto Rico......            19            5           ---          ---          ---          ---           24
Unknown..........           ---          ---           ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       114,761       35,196        10,567        3,400        1,120          991      166,035





TABLE 40.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TYPE OF HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND STATE, 1994




Highway Ststem

State                       01           02           03           04           08        Total
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........           ---          184           388          308        3,128        4,008
Alaska...........             7           10            15           21          174          227
Arizona..........            10           30           175           74          652          941
Arkansas.........             2          136         1,008          157        2,022        3,325
California.......           ---          933         1,020          598        5,437        7,988
Colorado.........           ---           84           361           98        1,533        2,076
Connecticut......           ---           25           102           31          212          370
Delaware.........           ---           31             5          113          120          269
Dist of Columbia.           ---            4           ---            2           31           37
Florida..........             1          278           739          133        2,926        4,077
Georgia..........           ---          379           167          776        4,875        6,197
Hawaii...........           ---          ---           ---          ---            6            6
Idaho............           ---           47           110          145        1,254        1,556
Illinois.........             1          621         1,386          782        7,475       10,265
Indiana..........           ---          240           428        1,140        4,870        6,678
Iowa.............             3          290           710          484        3,803        5,290
Kansas...........           ---          306           398        1,069        6,139        7,912
Kentucky.........             2           78           231          243        2,085        2,639
Louisiana........             5          144           390          286        2,945        3,770
Maine............           ---           72            22           98          690          882
Maryland.........           ---           15            21           12          645          693
Massachusetts....           ---          116           316          121          639        1,192
Michigan.........             9          234           665          895        3,988        5,791
Minnesota........             1          184           114          829        4,090        5,218
Mississippi......           ---          137           426          307        2,158        3,028
Missouri.........             3           93           229          584        3,963        4,872
Montana..........           ---           59            70          107        1,297        1,533
Nebraska.........           ---          200           231          479        3,148        4,058
Nevada...........           ---           19            14           22          233          288
New Hampshire....           ---            7           148           43          305          503
New Jersey.......           ---           77           178          172        1,435        1,862
New Mexico.......           ---           20            61           55          679          815
New York.........           ---          197            27          562        2,493        3,279
North Carolina...           ---          111           207          364        4,193        4,875
North Dakota.....             3          178            88          474        3,888        4,631
Ohio.............           ---          272           983          615        4,843        6,713
Oklahoma.........           ---          143           299          389        3,796        4,627
Oregon...........           ---          133           274          269        1,667        2,343
Pennsylvania.....           129          552         1,029          795        3,094        5,599
Rhode Island.....           ---            6            44           14           64          128
South Carolina...             1          188           176          572        2,174        3,111
South Dakota.....           ---           98            90          252        1,697        2,137
Tennessee........           ---          104           467          120        2,680        3,371
Texas............            82          100           153           34       12,337       12,706
Utah.............             1           15             5          134          854        1,009
Vermont..........           ---           36            28           63          369          496
Virginia.........           ---           93           311          365        1,432        2,201
Washington.......           ---          107           172          414        2,325        3,018
West Virginia....           ---          122            44          345        1,461        1,972
Wisconsin........           ---          314           767          410        3,408        4,899
Wyoming..........           ---           27            32           38          433          530
Puerto Rico......           ---            6           ---            2           16           24
Unknown..........           ---          ---           ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........           260        7,855        15,324       16,415      126,181      166,035 


	HIGHWAY SYSTEM CODES

		   CODE SYSTEM					   CODE SYSTEM
		-----------------				-----------------
		01   Interstate					02   Federal-aid primary
		03   Federal-aid urban				04   Federal-air secondary
		08   Non-federal-aid



TABLE 41.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY HIGHWAY SYSTEM GROUP AND STATE, 1994


State                     On-State    Off-State     Total
---------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........          274        3,734        4,008
Alaska...........           81          146          227
Arizona..........           52          889          941
Arkansas.........          551        2,774        3,325
California.......          325        7,663        7,988
Colorado.........          234        1,842        2,076
Connecticut......           83          287          370
Delaware.........          238           31          269
Dist of Columbia.           36            1           37
Florida..........          458        3,619        4,077
Georgia..........          722        5,475        6,197
Hawaii...........          ---            6            6
Idaho............          119        1,437        1,556
Illinois.........        1,286        8,979       10,265
Indiana..........          606        6,072        6,678
Iowa.............          295        4,995        5,290
Kansas...........          418        7,494        7,912
Kentucky.........          766        1,873        2,639
Louisiana........          847        2,923        3,770
Maine............          171          711          882
Maryland.........          114          579          693
Massachusetts....           45        1,147        1,192
Michigan.........          336        5,455        5,791
Minnesota........          283        4,935        5,218
Mississippi......          373        2,655        3,028
Missouri.........          705        4,167        4,872
Montana..........          234        1,299        1,533
Nebraska.........          308        3,750        4,058
Nevada...........           63          225          288
New Hampshire....          112          391          503
New Jersey.......          176        1,686        1,862
New Mexico.......          179          636          815
New York.........          344        2,935        3,279
North Carolina...        3,119        1,756        4,875
North Dakota.....          219        4,412        4,631
Ohio.............          903        5,810        6,713
Oklahoma.........          360        4,267        4,627
Oregon...........          142        2,201        2,343
Pennsylvania.....        1,790        3,809        5,599
Rhode Island.....           46           82          128
South Carolina...        2,217          894        3,111
South Dakota.....          146        1,991        2,137
Tennessee........          298        3,073        3,371
Texas............        2,071       10,635       12,706
Utah.............          109          900        1,009
Vermont..........          111          385          496
Virginia.........        1,449          752        2,201
Washington.......          167        2,851        3,018
West Virginia....        1,204          768        1,972
Wisconsin........          383        4,516        4,899
Wyoming..........           73          457          530
Puerto Rico......           19            5           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       25,660      140,375      166,035




TABLE 42.  CROSSINGS BY FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF ROAD, 1994


Rural                          Crossings    Urban                          Crossings
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interstate..............           36       Interstate..............          144
Other principal arterial        1,193       Other freeway/expressway          372
Minor arterial..........        3,801       Other principal arterial        5,846
Major collector.........       11,290       Minor arterial..........       10,476
Minor collector.........        9,491       Collector...............       10,864
Local...................       75,463       Local...................       37,059
   Total................      101,274          Total................       64,761




TABLE 43.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAFFIC LANES AND STATE, 1994

     Number of Lanes

State                        1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........          785        2,991           23           190            8            11        4,008
Alaska...........           12          197            2            14            2           ---          227
Arizona..........           12          762           14           107           23            23          941
Arkansas.........          726        2,512           16            66            4             1        3,325
California.......          411        5,503          176         1,551          145           202        7,988
Colorado.........          172        1,718           22           148           10             6        2,076
Connecticut......            5          330           16            17            2           ---          370
Delaware.........            4          247            4            13          ---             1          269
Dist of Columbia.            1           30            1             2            1             2           37
Florida..........          161        3,361           82           367           32            74        4,077
Georgia..........        1,190        4,747           29           211           12             8        6,197
Hawaii...........          ---            6          ---           ---          ---           ---            6
Idaho............          374        1,121            7            51            1             2        1,556
Illinois.........        2,058        7,471           58           641           15            22       10,265
Indiana..........          892        5,419           53           283           18            13        6,678
Iowa.............          621        4,449           36           178            5             1        5,290
Kansas...........        1,893        5,710           15           290            2             2        7,912
Kentucky.........          829        1,762            6            42          ---           ---        2,639
Louisiana........          585        2,952           19           188           13            13        3,770
Maine............           44          820            2            15            1           ---          882
Maryland.........           73          561            8            44            3             4          693
Massachusetts....           43        1,084            8            56            1           ---        1,192
Michigan.........          349        4,828           74           456           51            33        5,791
Minnesota........          869        4,076           17           252            3             1        5,218
Mississippi......          381        2,535            9            98            2             3        3,028
Missouri.........        1,213        3,521           11           119            5             3        4,872
Montana..........          148        1,357            2            23            2             1        1,533
Nebraska.........          874        3,125            6            52            1           ---        4,058
Nevada...........           78          183            1            25          ---             1          288
New Hampshire....           32          449            2            17            2             1          503
New Jersey.......           87        1,624           15           129            1             6        1,862
New Mexico.......          265          506            1            36            3             4          815
New York.........          307        2,838           19           110            2             3        3,279
North Carolina...          270        4,362           36           185           12            10        4,875
North Dakota.....        1,041        3,565            1            23            1           ---        4,631
Ohio.............          813        5,578           49           262            5             6        6,713
Oklahoma.........          890        3,470            5           255            4             3        4,627
Oregon...........          271        1,918           47            81           24             2        2,343
Pennsylvania.....          859        4,416          119           177            2            26        5,599
Rhode Island.....            2          102          ---            24          ---           ---          128
South Carolina...          366        2,523           23           169           20            10        3,111
South Dakota.....          641        1,450          ---            39            4             3        2,137
Tennessee........          444        2,706           31           152           31             7        3,371
Texas............        2,222        9,167           67         1,085           58           107       12,706
Utah.............          188          745            1            71            1             3        1,009
Vermont..........          108          376            5             7          ---           ---          496
Virginia.........           29        2,033           24            94           11            10        2,201
Washington.......          266        2,419           55           239           31             8        3,018
West Virginia....          945        1,009            7             9            1             1        1,972
Wisconsin........          174        4,455           11           242            1            16        4,899
Wyoming..........          108          392            2            28          ---           ---          530
Puerto Rico......            1           23          ---           ---          ---           ---           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---           ---          ---           ---          ---
   Total.........       25,132      129,504        1,237         8,933          576           653      166,035
 



	TABLE 44.  CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAFFIC LANES AND WARNING DEVICE, 1994


	                                                                       Number of Traffic Lanes
	Warning device                          1            2            3            4            5           >5        Total
	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	Gates.......................           764       23,725           470        3,491           289          311       29,050
	Flashing lights.............           758       24,743           352        3,061           202          209       29,325
	Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells           132        1,248            45          193            15           28        1,661
	Special warning devices.....           319        3,944           107          375            27           26        4,798
	Stop signs..................         1,819        9,034            29          127             2            6       11,017
	Crossbucks..................        19,604       61,787           183        1,385            32           59       83,050
	Other signs.................           125          362             2           15           ---            2          506
	No signs or signals.........         1,611        4,661            49          286             9           12        6,628
	   Total....................        25,132      129,504         1,237        8,933           576          653      166,035



TABLE 45.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND STATE, 1994
	
	                                                            Warning Device Category
	
	                                            Hwy.Sig.                                               No Signs
	                                 Flashing   Wigwags                Stop        Cross-     Other        or
	State                  Gates      Lights      Bells    Special     Signs       Bucks      Signs     Signals     Total
	---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	Alabama..........        292        640         20         47      1,007      1,696          7        299      4,008
	Alaska...........         16         61        ---          7         29        105        ---          9        227
	Arizona..........        349         71          4         57         98        336        ---         26        941
	Arkansas.........        305        460         25         78        168      2,153        ---        136      3,325
	California.......      3,116      1,038        307        114        341      2,882         15        175      7,988
	Colorado.........        333        276         42         27        233      1,080          3         82      2,076
	Connecticut......         98        141          5         24         50         33        ---         19        370
	Delaware.........         44        148        ---         28          3         33        ---         13        269
	Dist of Columbia.        ---          4        ---          4         10         15          1          3         37
	Florida..........      2,065        682         14         97        162        983          7         67      4,077
	Georgia..........      1,561        348         19        163      1,089      2,762          6        249      6,197
	Hawaii...........        ---        ---        ---        ---          1          5        ---        ---          6
	Idaho............         99        200          9          8        519        676          1         44      1,556
	Illinois.........      2,104      2,630        126        228         81      4,710          3        383     10,265
	Indiana..........      1,152      1,674        101        176        732      2,707          8        128      6,678
	Iowa.............        599        998         31         46        431      3,108          1         76      5,290
	Kansas...........        857        696         60        199        238      5,715          2        145      7,912
	Kentucky.........        365        814         14         57         50      1,177        ---        162      2,639
	Louisiana........        432        707         27         44        271      1,995         14        280      3,770
	Maine............         71        388        ---         80         18        325        ---        ---        882
	Maryland.........         98        204         21         30         34        264          6         36        693
	Massachusetts....        197        462         30        212          5        232          3         51      1,192
	Michigan.........        809      1,464         39        140        866      2,390          4         79      5,791
	Minnesota........        581        619          9         25        678      3,196          2        108      5,218
	Mississippi......        134        461         13         53        847      1,245         11        264      3,028
	Missouri.........        477      1,003         69         94        137      2,855          1        236      4,872
	Montana..........        160        188          1         13         83      1,058          1         29      1,533
	Nebraska.........        568        305         12         15        281      2,759        ---        118      4,058
	Nevada...........        108         25          1          4          6        139        ---          5        288
	New Hampshire....         31        146         11        108         50        133          7         17        503
	New Jersey.......        402        659         17        236         18        407          2        121      1,862
	New Mexico.......        193         95          5          9         13        474          5         21        815
	New York.........      1,375        646         74        249         17        822         21         75      3,279
	North Carolina...      1,133        728         18        211         56      2,384          9        336      4,875
	North Dakota.....        337        123          1          1         78      3,921        ---        170      4,631
	Ohio.............      1,498      1,452         44         78        183      3,354          5         99      6,713
	Oklahoma.........        395        734         24        114        114      3,137          8        101      4,627
	Oregon...........        548        141         46         91        453        894         44        126      2,343
	Pennsylvania.....        744      1,265        109        653        141      1,946        279        462      5,599
	Rhode Island.....         15         33         19         23          7          9        ---         22        128
	South Carolina...        579        528        ---        166        399      1,413          1         25      3,111
	South Dakota.....         18        173          2        ---         28      1,840        ---         76      2,137
	Tennessee........        307        639         19        198        178      1,634          2        394      3,371
	Texas............      2,393      1,982         76        107        226      7,309         14        599     12,706
	Utah.............        166        168          5         86         61        442          5         76      1,009
	Vermont..........         27        196          3         44         25        199        ---          2        496
	Virginia.........        660        520         16        116          9        786          4         90      2,201
	Washington.......        458        430         28         52        117      1,652          2        279      3,018
	West Virginia....        211        449          5         31         36      1,025          2        213      1,972
	Wisconsin........        464      1,384        135        136        308      2,391        ---         81      4,899
	Wyoming..........        102        126          4          1         32        244        ---         21        530
	Puerto Rico......          4          1          1         18        ---        ---        ---        ---         24
	Unknown..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---
	   Total.........     29,050     29,325      1,661      4,798     11,017     83,050        506      6,628    166,035




TABLE 46.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY
AND RAILROAD, 1994

                                                                       Hwy. Sig.                                 No Signs
                                                              Flashing  Wigwags           Stop   Cross-   Other     Or
                        Railroad                       Gates   Lights    Bells   Special  Signs   Bucks   Signs  Signals   Total
   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   ARR    Alaska Railroad Corporation                      16      61         0        7      29     102       0       8      223
   ALY    Allegheny and Eastern Railroad                    7      32         1        0       9      51       4       2      106
   ATK    Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corpora     144      10         0        5       6      11       4       5      185
   AM     Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Company              5      33         4        3      42     154       0      10      251
   AKMD   Arkansas Midland Railroad Company, Incorpor       2      29         5        3       2     125       0      13      179
   ATSF   Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company   2,053     827        73      281      82   3,303       5      24    6,648
   ASAB   Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway Company      21      34         0        0      24      54       3       1      137
   AUNW   Austin & Northwestern Railroad                   29      26         1        0       2      98       0      13      169
   BAR    Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                       4      89         0        8      11      53       0       0      165
   BLE    Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Company            36      29         0        2       0      71       0       2      140
   BM     Boston & Maine Corporation                      173     198        17      174      27     225       4      48      866
   BPRR   Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad, Incorporated      37      78         4       11       4     181       1       6      322
   BN     Burlington Northern Railroad Company          2,667   2,482        83      216   1,107  12,127      14     453   19,149
   CSP    Camas Prairie Railroad Company                    5       7         0        0      11      77       0       6      106
   CP     Canadian Pacific Railway Company                  1      31         0        1       1      17       0       0       51
   CIC    Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Company          1      35         0        7       1      46       0       6       96
   CEDR   Cedar River Railroad Company                      1      23         1        0       7     128       0       0      160
   CKRY   Central Kansas Railway, Incorporated             26      73         4       67      14     944       0       1    1,129
   CMGN   Central Michigan Railway Company                 13     120         5        4      53     133       0       4      332
   CERA   Central Railroad Company Of Indianapolis         18      82         6        0       9     126       1      28      270
   CV     Central Vermont Railway, Incorporated            25     108         1        1      15      40       1       2      193
   CHWE   Chehalis Western                                  1      33         1        0       2      49       0       0       86
   CNW    Chicago & North Western Transportation Comp     713   1,148       119       62     249   3,216       1     164    5,672
   CMNW   Chicago Missouri & Western Railway                2      32        12        0       1      88       0       6      141
   CC     Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Company      69     259        11       31      41     453       0      24      888
   CAGY   Columbus & Greenville Railway Company             3      51         0        5     130     141       0       7      337
   CR     Consolidated Rail Corporation                 2,907   3,481       174    1,025     494   3,995     262     730   13,068
   CSX    CSX Transportation                            4,559   3,955        82      539   1,487   6,995      20     828   18,465
   DME    Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad             14     107         3        0      48     603       0      30      805
   DMVW   Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western Railroad,       1       6         1        1       5     266       0       7      287
   DH     Delaware & Hudson Railway Company               143      83         3        1       3      71       5       2      311
   DSRR   Delta Southern Railroad Company                   0       9         0        0       0      81       0       2       92
   DRGW   Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Compan     133     160         5        8      71     418       3      38      836
   DOD    Department of Defense - Other                    25      54         1       50       5     111      15       9      270
   DM     Detroit & Mackinac Railway Company                0      57         3        0      91     208       0       0      359
   DMIR   Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Compan       9      19         0        2      31      87       2       0      150
   EIRR   Eastern Idaho Railroad                           22      46         1        0     131     147       0       6      353
   EJE    Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Company          79      63         2       10       4      34       0       0      192
   ELS    Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad Company         4      64         1       45       4     146       1       2      267
   FCEN   Florida Central Railroad Company                 44      17         0        1       6      85       0       1      154
   FEC    Florida East Coast Railway Company              599      30         0       27       3      46       0       9      714
   FVW    Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                        36     255        23       14      60     333       0       6      727
   GWWR   Gateway Western Railway                           7      44        20        0       7     142       0       4      224
   GC     Georgia Central Railroad                         36      11         3        0      37     133       0       0      220
   GSWR   Georgia Southwestern Railroad Division           30      16         4        0      35     186       0      11      282
   GNBC   Grainbelt Corporation                             0      21         0        0       0     233       0       1      255
   GTW    Grand Trunk Western Railroad Incorporated       386     263         4       46     219     243       0       3    1,164
   GWR    Great Western Railway Company                     2       5         4        0       6      67       0       1       85
   GSMR   Gulf And Mississippi Railroad Corporation         1      37         0        1      90     465       2      49      645
   HCRC   Hillsdale County Railway Company, Incorpora       0      25         1        0       6      95       0       0      127
   HBT    Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Company          61      28         1        0       2      57       0      15      164
   HESR   Huron & Eastern Railway                           2      18         0        0      14     170       0       3      207
   INPR   Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad Company         0       7         1        0      50      52       0       2      112
   IC     Illinois Central Railroad Company               361     613        16       66     433   1,144       3     188    2,824
   IOCR   Indiana & Ohio Central Railroad, Incorporat      11      21         0        0       0      84       0       0      116
   IHRC   Indiana Hi-Rail Corporation                      11      47         9        1      10     153       1       4      236
   INRD   Indiana Rail Road Company                        11     111        28        0      75     223       0      11      459
   IAIS   Iowa Interstate Railroad                         97     103         8        0      75     196       0       0      479
   IANR   Iowa Northern Railway Company                     6      45         1        0      32      98       0       5      187
   KBSR   Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Railroad C       5      37         5        0       5     112       0       0      164
   KCS    Kansas City Southern Railway Company            130     176         2        1      12     639       4      64    1,028
   KCT    Kansas City Terminal Railway Company              2      17         2        0       0      50       1       7       79
   KSW    Kansas Southwestern Railway                      15      36         0        0       0     353       0       4      408
   KRR    Kiamichi Railroad Company, Incorporated           1      22         0        3      16     190       0       2      234
   KYLE   Kyle Railroad Company                             2      25         0        2      28     429       0      10      496
   LVRC   Lamoille Valley Railroad Company                  1      22         0        0       0      61       0       0       84
   LI     Long Island Rail Road                           298       0         0        0       0       6       0       0      304
   LA     Louisiana & Arkansas Railway Company             59     136         0        0      36     412       0      23      666
   LDRR   Louisiana & Delta Railroad                       22       9         1        0      26     123       0      27      208
   MDTT   Maine Department Of Transportation                6      72         0       18       2      63       0       0      161
   MDDE   Maryland & Delaware Railroad Company              0      17         0        0       1      66       1       7       92
   MDT    Maryland Dept. Of Transportation                  3      19         7        7      11      30       0       7       84





TABLE 46.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY
AND RAILROAD, CONT., 1994


                                                                       Hwy. Sig.                                 No Signs
                                                              Flashing  Wigwags           Stop   Cross-   Other     Or
                        Railroad                       Gates   Lights    Bells   Special  Signs   Bucks   Signs  Signals   Total
   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   XMBT   Mass. Bay Transporatation Authority               7      51         1       14       0       2       0       0       75
   MRR    Mid-Atlantic Railroad Company, Incorporated       6       9         0        3      13     104       0       0      135
   MMRR   Mid-Michigan Railroad Company                     4      24         4        0      17      65       0       1      115
   MSPA   Midd States Port Authority                       14      31         1        0      12     340       0       6      404
   MSRC   Midsouth Railroad Corporation  (USE CODE KC       8      90         2        1     128     222       0      62      513
   MNA    Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Compa      26      87         5       13      12     256       0      11      410
   MGA    Monongahela Railway Company                       0      13         0        0       0      50       0       1       64
   MRL    Montana Rail Link                                52      68         1        0      41     280       0       7      449
   MNVA   MNVA Railroad, Incorporated                       0       2         0        0      22      76       0       3      103
   NERR   Nashville & Eastern Railroad                      0      31         0        3       5     133       0      27      199
   NCRC   Nebraska Central Railroad                         6      23         0        0      37     265       0      11      342
   NJTR   New Jersey Transit Rail Operations              211      88         1       10       1      29       0       7      347
   NOLR   New Orleans Lower Coast Railroad, Incorpora       0       6         0        1      15      16       0       7       45
   NOPB   New Orleans Public Belt Railroad                  5      19         0        1       4      27       8      36      100
   XMTA   New York City Trans. Authority (MTA)             22       7         0        1       0       0       0       0       30
   NYSW   New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad Co      93      85        14       13      10      42       0      14      271
   NS     Norfolk Southern Corporation                  3,455   2,974        79      511   1,515   7,672      14     897   17,117
   DTNC   North Carolina Department Of Transportation       4      12         0        8       5      55       0       8       92
   NEKM   Northeast Kansas & Missouri                      12      13         0        0       6      93       0       0      124
   OHCR   Ohio Central Railroad Company                    21      21         1        0       2      85       0       0      130
   ODOT   Oklahoma Department Of Transportation             8      50         0        0       6     280       0      39      383
   OKKT   Oklahoma Kansas & Texas Railroad Company          9      22         0        0       2      87       0       2      122
   PAL    Paducah & Louisville Railway Company             19     103         4        0      10     120       0       3      259
   PLE    Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company          14       8         1        3       4      53       0      14       97
   PARY   Prairie Trunk Railway                             1      19         0        0       0     143       0       6      169
   PW     Providence & Worcester Railroad Company          31      90         7       20       9      21       0      18      196
   RRVW   Red River Valley & Western Railroad              24      21         0        0       5     662       0      49      761
   SGLR   Seminole Gulf Railroad                           58      34         0        1      19      51       0       3      166
   SOO    Soo Line Railroad Company                       496     592        36       58     354   2,548       0     187    4,271
   SCRF   South Carolina Central Railroad Company, In       4      23         0       17      29      55       0       4      132
   SDRR   South Dakota Railroad Authority                   2      10         0        0       3     271       0      35      321
   SKOL   South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad Company         20      61        13        0       8     257       0       0      359
   SO     South Orient Railroad Company, Ltd.               5      34         1        0       1     137       0       0      178
   SEPA   Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Au      50      77        21       18      17      32       2      45      262
   SP     Southern Pacific Transportation Company       2,764     960       250       34     403   3,287      13     379    8,090
   SSWN   Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corpora     108      84         2       11       0      61       0       3      269
   ST     Springfield Terminal Railway Company (Vermo      65     188         1       41      18     116       0       0      429
   SSW    St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company          269     264         8       10     126   1,237       0     111    2,025
   SUB    State Subsidy                                     5      88        22       16      11      88      10       7      247
   TSRR   Tennessee Southern Railroad Company, Incorp       2      20         1        0      25      66       0      20      134
   TRRA   Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis       45      14         0       56       3      20       0       3      141
   TXOR   Texas & Oklahoma Railroad Company                 3      27         0        0       0     310       0       0      340
   TM     Texas Mexican Railway Company                     1      62         0       11       6     151       0       8      239
   TNER   Texas Northeastern Division--Mid-Michigan R       5      37         1        0       0     173       0       0      216
   TPW    Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Corporatio       7     125         4        0       2     295       0       5      438
   TVRR   Tulare Valley Railroad Company                   70      39        19        0       5     188       1       2      324
   TSBY   Tuscola & Saginaw Bay Railroad Company, Inc       3      80         3        1      52     419       2       8      568
   TCWR   Twin City & Western Railroad                     17      20         0        0      21      78       0       2      138
   UP     Union Pacific Railroad Company                2,865   2,419       108      200     867   8,972      25     836   16,292
   VTR    Vermont Railway, Incorporated                     2      40         0        6      10      37       0       0       95
   WCRC   Washington Central Railroad Company              26      43         4        0       9     252       0      22      356
   WE     Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company             48     167         3        2      25     345       0       6      596
   WSOR   Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Company             5     167        21        8      20     376       0       7      604
   WC     Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)           153     537        16       24     140   1,098       0      17    1,985
          All Other Railroads                           1,687   2,807       242      926   1,412   9,038      73     738   16,923
  FINAL TOTALS                                         29,050  29,325     1,661    4,798  11,017  83,050     506   6,628  166,035




TABLE 47.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND STATE, 1994




            Stop      RR X-ing                     .......None.......
State                    Lines       Symbol         Both        Paved      Unpaved        Total
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........           36          132          201        2,713          926        4,008
Alaska...........            9           11           55           65           87          227
Arizona..........           23           24          410          249          235          941
Arkansas.........           56          114          322        1,667        1,166        3,325
California.......          999          201        4,718        1,770          300        7,988
Colorado.........           21           38          261          999          757        2,076
Connecticut......           12           13          254           90            1          370
Delaware.........            6           36          120          100            7          269
Dist of Columbia.          ---          ---           23           14          ---           37
Florida..........          274          370        1,849        1,147          437        4,077
Georgia..........           64          102        2,807        1,655        1,569        6,197
Hawaii...........            2          ---          ---            4          ---            6
Idaho............           15            5          262          694          580        1,556
Illinois.........           80          164        1,267        4,322        4,432       10,265
Indiana..........           69          271        1,236        4,218          884        6,678
Iowa.............           53          150          530        2,034        2,523        5,290
Kansas...........            7           21          888        2,072        4,924        7,912
Kentucky.........           44          328          734          903          630        2,639
Louisiana........           44          209          560        2,027          930        3,770
Maine............            3            3          569          228           79          882
Maryland.........           10           25          254          360           44          693
Massachusetts....           55           45          125          933           34        1,192
Michigan.........           70          277        1,363        2,652        1,429        5,791
Minnesota........          126          180          463        1,853        2,596        5,218
Mississippi......           27           45          483        1,616          857        3,028
Missouri.........           65          110          558        2,070        2,069        4,872
Montana..........            5           17          158          396          957        1,533
Nebraska.........           35          274          189          974        2,586        4,058
Nevada...........            6            4          115           64           99          288
New Hampshire....           10           28           59          354           52          503
New Jersey.......           39          232          250        1,252           89        1,862
New Mexico.......            5           29           44          339          398          815
New York.........          125          216          435        2,225          278        3,279
North Carolina...           46           33        3,615          570          611        4,875
North Dakota.....           17           29          137          595        3,853        4,631
Ohio.............          442          600        3,292        1,923          456        6,713
Oklahoma.........           31           96          194        2,222        2,084        4,627
Oregon...........          353          905          142          503          440        2,343
Pennsylvania.....           66          351          156        4,416          610        5,599
Rhode Island.....          ---          ---           80           48          ---          128
South Carolina...           91          112        1,110        1,353          445        3,111
South Dakota.....           30           12          132          540        1,423        2,137
Tennessee........           20          115          919        1,787          530        3,371
Texas............            5           10        6,346        3,107        3,238       12,706
Utah.............           21           31          182          546          229        1,009
Vermont..........           36           10           88          214          148          496
Virginia.........           91          128          982          764          236        2,201
Washington.......          127           72          567        1,646          606        3,018
West Virginia....           18           12           87        1,212          643        1,972
Wisconsin........           77           34          714        3,551          523        4,899
Wyoming..........            7           21           53          156          293          530
Puerto Rico......            3            7          ---           12            2           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........        3,876        6,252       40,358       67,224       48,325      166,035


                   NOTE:  The Manual On Uniform Traffic Control Devices does not require pavement markings at all crossings.


                                                                                                                                                  



TABLE 48.  CROSSINGS BY RAILROAD ADVANCE WARNING AND STATE, 1994


State                      Yes           No        Total
--------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........          853        3,155        4,008
Alaska...........          164           63          227
Arizona..........          573          368          941
Arkansas.........          913        2,412        3,325
California.......        6,425        1,563        7,988
Colorado.........        1,108          968        2,076
Connecticut......          326           44          370
Delaware.........          229           40          269
Dist of Columbia.           22           15           37
Florida..........        2,553        1,524        4,077
Georgia..........        3,190        3,007        6,197
Hawaii...........            1            5            6
Idaho............        1,021          535        1,556
Illinois.........        5,317        4,948       10,265
Indiana..........        5,653        1,025        6,678
Iowa.............        3,614        1,676        5,290
Kansas...........        4,265        3,647        7,912
Kentucky.........        1,527        1,112        2,639
Louisiana........        2,444        1,326        3,770
Maine............          870           12          882
Maryland.........          447          246          693
Massachusetts....          882          310        1,192
Michigan.........        4,727        1,064        5,791
Minnesota........        3,396        1,822        5,218
Mississippi......          747        2,281        3,028
Missouri.........        1,444        3,428        4,872
Montana..........          971          562        1,533
Nebraska.........        2,893        1,165        4,058
Nevada...........          224           64          288
New Hampshire....          297          206          503
New Jersey.......          963          899        1,862
New Mexico.......          177          638          815
New York.........        2,593          686        3,279
North Carolina...        3,775        1,100        4,875
North Dakota.....        1,703        2,928        4,631
Ohio.............        4,525        2,188        6,713
Oklahoma.........        1,518        3,109        4,627
Oregon...........        1,016        1,327        2,343
Pennsylvania.....        2,069        3,530        5,599
Rhode Island.....           81           47          128
South Carolina...        2,177          934        3,111
South Dakota.....        1,407          730        2,137
Tennessee........        2,088        1,283        3,371
Texas............       10,011        2,695       12,706
Utah.............          590          419        1,009
Vermont..........          409           87          496
Virginia.........        1,673          528        2,201
Washington.......        2,188          830        3,018
West Virginia....          463        1,509        1,972
Wisconsin........        3,244        1,655        4,899
Wyoming..........          290          240          530
Puerto Rico......           17            7           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........      100,073       65,962      166,035


                                      NOTE:  The Manual On Uniform Traffic Control Devices does not
                                             require pavement markings at all crossings.




TABLE 49.  CROSSINGS MEETING THE MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC
           CONTROL DEVICES' STANDARD FOR CROSSBUCKS BY STATE, 1994


           Active      X-buck meet standards
State                  Warning          Yes           No        Total
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........          952        1,866        1,190        4,008
Alaska...........           77          113           37          227
Arizona..........          424          405          112          941
Arkansas.........          790        1,796          739        3,325
California.......        4,461        1,614        1,913        7,988
Colorado.........          651        1,057          368        2,076
Connecticut......          244           88           38          370
Delaware.........          192           53           24          269
Dist of Columbia.            4           20           13           37
Florida..........        2,761          950          366        4,077
Georgia..........        1,928        3,590          679        6,197
Hawaii...........          ---            4            2            6
Idaho............          308          908          340        1,556
Illinois.........        4,860        4,214        1,191       10,265
Indiana..........        2,927        3,160          591        6,678
Iowa.............        1,628        2,810          852        5,290
Kansas...........        1,613        2,854        3,445        7,912
Kentucky.........        1,193        1,125          321        2,639
Louisiana........        1,166        2,043          561        3,770
Maine............          459          410           13          882
Maryland.........          323          195          175          693
Massachusetts....          689          296          207        1,192
Michigan.........        2,312        3,130          349        5,791
Minnesota........        1,209        3,690          319        5,218
Mississippi......          608        1,524          896        3,028
Missouri.........        1,549        1,779        1,544        4,872
Montana..........          349          951          233        1,533
Nebraska.........          885        2,783          390        4,058
Nevada...........          134           91           63          288
New Hampshire....          188          210          105          503
New Jersey.......        1,078          324          460        1,862
New Mexico.......          293          295          227          815
New York.........        2,095          838          346        3,279
North Carolina...        1,879        1,700        1,296        4,875
North Dakota.....          461        2,854        1,316        4,631
Ohio.............        2,994        2,569        1,150        6,713
Oklahoma.........        1,153        1,968        1,506        4,627
Oregon...........          735        1,101          507        2,343
Pennsylvania.....        2,118        1,259        2,222        5,599
Rhode Island.....           67            2           59          128
South Carolina...        1,107        1,858          146        3,111
South Dakota.....          193        1,762          182        2,137
Tennessee........          965        1,149        1,257        3,371
Texas............        4,451        3,797        4,458       12,706
Utah.............          339          471          199        1,009
Vermont..........          226          254           16          496
Virginia.........        1,196          687          318        2,201
Washington.......          916        1,210          892        3,018
West Virginia....          665          706          601        1,972
Wisconsin........        1,983        2,471          445        4,899
Wyoming..........          232          186          112          530
Puerto Rico......            6            6           12           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       60,036       71,196       34,803      166,035


                                  NOTE:  The manual requires two reflectorized crossbucks to be
                                         placed at all crossings.

                                         For crossings with active warning devices, a determination
                                         has not been made as to whether crossbucks which are part
                                         of the device meet the MUTCD standard.




TABLE 50.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TOTAL NUMBER OF TRAINS PER DAY, 1994

Trains       Crossings
----------------------
<1           25,356
1-5          71,273
6-10         28,329
11-15        12,173
16-20        10,568
21-25         6,041
26-30         3,984
31-35         2,079
36-40         1,378
41-45           959
46-50           937
51-55           927
56-60           708
61-65           294
66-70           146
71-75           219
76-80           177
81-85            51
86-90            23
91-95           121
96-100           56
>100            236
Total       166,035




TABLE 51.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF THRU TRAINS AND
 SWITCHING TRAINS PER DAY, 1994


	Switching                                                  Through Trains
	Trains          <1          1-2          3-5         6-10        11-15        16-20        21-25          >25        Total
	--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	<1          25,356       25,496       11,039       11,415        4,974        4,691        2,609        4,078       89,658
	1-2         17,416        9,222        5,881        6,695        2,796        2,488          695        2,276       47,469
	2-3          5,405        1,723        2,152        2,990        1,446          923          376        1,320       16,335
	6-10         2,439          723          761        1,386          937          936          380          816        8,378
	11-15          426          109          118          249          121           58           81          849        2,011
	16-20          432           95           93          134          178           79           94          141        1,246
	21-25          105           37           24           36           37           16           24           57          336
	>25            187           62           42           79           70           42           34           86          602
	Total       51,766       37,467       20,110       22,984       10,559        9,233        4,293        9,623      166,035




TABLE 52.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF DAY AND NIGHT TRAINS
PER DAY, 1994

	 Day                                                   Night Trains
	Trains          <1          1-2          3-5         6-10        11-15        16-20        21-25          >25        Total
	---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	<1          25,356        6,811          933          159            7            7            4            7       33,284
	1-2         26,423       25,884        2,967          399           20           10            2            3       55,708
	2-3          4,445        9,293       15,646        1,824          155           33           37            2       31,435
	6-10         1,378        2,167        6,152       13,875        1,705           94           42           14       25,427
	11-15          184          238          743        3,720        4,909          581           22           19       10,416
	16-20           80           39          294          607        1,237        1,776          289           45        4,367
	21-25           40           26           28           94          358          218          982          172        1,918
	>25             73           11           54          148          267          286          768        1,873        3,480
	Total       57,979       44,469       26,817       20,826        8,658        3,005        2,146        2,135      166,035

         





                                                                         
	TABLE 53.  CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAINS PER DAY AND WARNING DEVICE, 1994

                                                                         Number of Trains Per Day
   Warning device                      <1         1-2        3-5       6-10      11-15      16-20      21-25        >25     Total
   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Gates.......................      1,043        2,662      3,080      5,407      3,518       4,132      2,841      6,367     29,050
   Flashing lights.............      3,321        7,110      5,267      6,552      2,653       2,018        925      1,479     29,325
   Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells        217          414        304        295        143         102         38        148      1,661
   Special warning devices.....      1,881        1,566        561        405        134         106         35        110      4,798
   Stop signs..................        939        2,911      2,130      2,246        760         818        377        836     11,017
   Crossbucks..................     15,471       27,591     14,394     12,708      4,738       3,229      1,766      3,153     83,050
   Other signs.................        153          167         80         58         12          16          3         17        506
   No signs or signals.........      2,331        2,179        857        658        215         147         56        185      6,628
      Total....................     25,356       44,600     26,673     28,329     12,173      10,568      6,041     12,295    166,035





TABLE 54.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAINS PER DAY AND
ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1994


		                                          Average Annual Daily Traffic
		                1-         251-         501-       1,001-       5,001-           >
		Trains         250          500        1,000        5,000       10,000       10,000        Total
		-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
		<1          10,823         3,013        2,872         5,569        1,831        1,248       25,356
		1-2         21,774         5,238        4,805         8,555        2,484        1,744       44,600
		2-3         12,049         3,230        2,937         5,455        1,674        1,328       26,673
		6-10        12,621         3,419        3,227         5,957        1,747        1,358       28,329
		11-15        5,319         1,314        1,369         2,731          819          621       12,173
		16-20        4,244         1,259        1,233         2,459          804          569       10,568
		21-25        2,378           662          696         1,442          471          392        6,041
		>25          5,047         1,332        1,310         2,755        1,029          822       12,295
		Total       74,255        19,467       18,449        34,923       10,859        8,082      166,035





TABLE 55.  CROSSINGS BY MAXIMUM TIMETABLE SPEED, 1994


Timetable
Speed        Crossings
----------------------
1-5           5,507
6-10         30,282
11-15         8,534
16-20        13,050
21-25        21,807
26-30        16,524
31-35        10,197
36-40        17,080
41-45         3,806
46-50        13,844
51-55         2,908
56-60        10,191
61-65         1,271
66-70         4,699
71-75           515
76-80         5,253
81-85             1
86-90           464
91-95             1
96-100            8
>100             93
Total       166,035




 
TABLE 56.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TYPICAL TRAIN SPEED VARIATION, 1994

Speed
Variation    Crossings
----------------------
<1           13,882
1-5          43,065
6-10         37,082
11-15        17,116
16-20        16,651
21-25        10,197
26-30         8,554
31-35         4,457
36-40         4,625
41-45         2,339
46-50         3,249
51-55           786
56-60         1,895
61-65           643
66-70           342
71-75           374
76-80           648
81-85            13
86-90             2
91-95           ---
96-100          ---
>100            115
Total       166,035



TABLE 57.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1994

AADT                Crossings
-----------------------------
1-100               52,014
101-200             15,340
201-300             11,854
301-400              7,388
401-500              7,126
501-600              4,652
601-700              3,549
701-800              4,027
801-900              2,625
901-1,000            3,596
1,001-2,000         15,992
2,001-3,000          8,724
3,001-4,000          5,489
4,001-5,000          4,718
5,001-6,000          3,029
6,001-7,000          2,307
7,001-8,000          2,232
8,001-9,000          1,602
9,001-10,000         1,689
10,001-20,000        6,142
>20,000              1,940
Total              166,035



TABLE 58.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC AND
WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY, 1994

	                                                                       Annual Average Daily Traffic
         	                                         251-         501-       1,001-       5,001-          >
	Warning device                      1-250          500        1,000        5,000       10,000       10,000        Total
	-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	Gates.......................         4,039        3,048        3,771        10,404         4,161        3,627       29,050
	Flashing lights.............         3,969        3,396        4,454        10,930         3,735        2,841       29,325
	Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells           433          191          202           450           207          178        1,661
	Special warning devices.....           992          591          649         1,568           562          436        4,798
	Stop signs..................         6,434        1,761        1,264         1,343           161           54       11,017
	Crossbucks..................        54,737        9,579        7,307         8,947         1,688          792       83,050
	Other signs.................           209           84           82            95            24           12          506
	No signs or signals.........         3,442          817          720         1,186           321          142        6,628
	   Total....................        74,255       19,467       18,449        34,923        10,859        8,082      166,035



TABLE 59.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TRUCK TRAFFIC AS A PERCENTAGE OF
ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1994

							%           Crossings
							----------------------
							<1           6,087
							1-5         76,171
							6-10        50,153
							11-15       15,592
							16-20        8,300
							21-25        2,135
							26-30        4,646
							31-35          497
							36-40          962
							41-45          101
							46-50          900
							51-55           19
							56-60          157
							61-65            9
							66-70           47
							71-75          108
							76-80           70
							81-85           10
							86-90           52
							91-95            2
							96-99           17
							Total      166,035






TABLE 60:  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY CROSSING SURFACE, 1994


                           Section  Full Wood           Concrete  Concrete              Metal     Other   Unconsol-
           State           Timber     Plank    Asphalt    Slab    Pavement   Rubber   Sections    Metal    idated     Other
        ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Alabama                 193       384     2,974         5         1        20         2         1       424         4
        Alaska                   11        97        57        10         0        40         0         0         1        11
        Arizona                 180       176       394         2         1       124         0         0        62         2
        Arkansas                793       250     1,618        24         8        12         2         2       612         4
        California              822     1,284     5,519        80        30        96         0         0       129        28
        Colorado                703       415       608        30         4       131         7        23       144        11
        Connecticut             109         0       115         2         0       142         2         0         0         0
        Delaware                  7         5       195        14         2        44         0         0         1         1
        Dist Of Columbia          6         1        25         0         5         0         0         0         0         0
        Florida               1,216        50     2,088       300        33       235         7         1       108        39
        Georgia                 120       125     5,409        15        16        16         1         1       492         2
        Hawaii                    0         0         6         0         0         0         0         0         0         0
        Idaho                   232       742       439        19         1        30         0         0        82        11
        Illinois              1,890     1,473     4,831        39        38       864         7         7     1,094        22
        Indiana                 823        98     5,117        22        14       383         9         0       209         3
        Iowa                    125     1,198     2,201        10        10       312         1         2     1,328       103
        Kansas                2,253     2,369     1,137        57        34       123         7         1     1,921        10
        Kentucky                306       313     1,458         1         4        74         1         3       479         0
        Louisiana               690       586     1,492       105         7       471         1         4       413         1
        Maine                    53       215       598         0         0         9         0         0         7         0
        Maryland                207        73       325         0         6        62         0         0        17         3
        Massachusetts            64        29       992         8         0        84         0         0        15         0
        Michigan              1,390       424     3,044        11        10       434        90         1       369        18
        Minnesota               267     2,577     1,785        17        10       258         0         1       289        14
        Mississippi             160       369     1,577        10         4       138         1         1       766         2
        Missouri              1,511       751     1,604        18         3        80         2         1       884        18
        Montana                  25     1,149       285        17         2        10         0         8        20        17
        Nebraska                861       733       642       119        40        56         2         2     1,588        15
        Nevada                   46        55        90        24         1        21         1         2        40         8
        New Hampshire            12        57       419         1         0         7         0         0         6         1
        New Jersey              154         8     1,428        12        16        83         0        58        68        35
        New Mexico              449       186        49         1         2        31         0         0        97         0
        New York                417       157     2,287         8        15       283         0         2        94        16
        North Carolina           22        47     4,448         6        12        32         1         1       300         6
        North Dakota            126     3,551       476        19         2        39         0         2       412         4
        Ohio                  1,910       174     4,272        11        14       133         0         2       179        18
        Oklahoma              1,663       546     1,113        57        15        45         1         6     1,171        10
        Oregon                  487       119     1,336        14        21        60         0         0        44       262
        Pennsylvania            967        77     3,781        59       244        95         1        16       355         4
        Rhode Island              1         1        79         0        10        36         0         1         0         0
        South Carolina           37        10     2,906        34         3         6         0         1       106         8
        South Dakota             13     1,424       444         1         1       118         0         0        86        50
        Tennessee               105       239     2,690         5         5       106         3         0       212         6
        Texas                 4,631     1,208     4,377       239       103       293         5        18     1,830         2
        Utah                    221       237       383        45         5        25         3         2        84         4
        Vermont                  34        43       331         0         1        11         0         0        75         1
        Virginia                230        54     1,739         6         2        14         4        10       125        17
        Washington              127     1,245     1,358        76         8       170         0         0        30         4
        West Virginia           838        11       759         2         3        10         0         1       346         2
        Wisconsin                71       368     3,922         7        25       263         1         1       240         1
        Wyoming                  44       199       138         2         1        22         0         0       118         6
        Puerto Rico               0         0        22         0         0         0         0         0         2         0
       FINAL TOTALS          27,622    25,902    85,382     1,564       792     6,151       162       182    17,474       804


TABLE 61.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY MAXIMUM TIME TABLE SPEED, WARNING
DEVICE CATEGORY AND NUMBER OF TRACKS, 1994


    SINGLE TRACK                                                MAXIMUM TIME TABLE SPEED
    WARNING DEVICES               00-10  11-20  21-30  31-40  41-50  51-60  61-70  71-80  81-90  91-100 101-110  >110   TOTAL
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    GATES.......................    1263   1695   2441   2266    1975   1586   1145    966      40       4       1     0   13382
    FLASHING LIGHTS.............    4495   3083   5367   3578    2480   1417    326    284      12       0       0     0   21042
    HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS     376    171    214    128      52     59     11      8       1       0       1     0    1021
    SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....    2297    541    274     83      54     19     13     21      12       2       0     0    3316
    STOP SIGNS..................    1149    841   1987   1673    1068    711    267    308       2       0       0     0    8006
    CROSSBUCKS..................   12878   7325  17309  11875    6389   4621    956   1088     122       0       1     0   62564
    OTHER SIGNS.................     177     94     62     15      12      0      2      3       0       0       0     0     365
    NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........    2669    987    792    314     141    110     37     20       4       0       0     0    5074
       TOTAL....................   25304  14737  28446  19932   12171   8523   2757   2698     193       6       3     0  114770


    MULTIPLE TRACKS                                             MAXIMUM TIME TABLE SPEED
    WARNING DEVICES               00-10  11-20  21-30  31-40  41-50  51-60  61-70  71-80  81-90  91-100 101-110  >110   TOTAL
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    GATES.......................     970   1521   2470   2437    2319   2083   1892   1829     143       2       2     0   15668
    FLASHING LIGHTS.............    1793   1244   1905   1405     886    649    206    187       8       0       0     0    8283
    HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS     177     97    150     79      39     42     37     15       4       0       0     0     640
    SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....     974    235    150     46      27     27      7     12       3       1       0     0    1482
    STOP SIGNS..................     520    386    558    484     378    257    204    222       2       0       0     0    3011
    CROSSBUCKS..................    5237   3007   4462   2801    1765   1472    847    783     112       0       0     0   20486
    OTHER SIGNS.................      53     32     24     16      14      0      2      0       0       0       0     0     141
    NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........     849    325    166     77      51     46     18     22       0       0       0     0    1554
       TOTAL....................   10573   6847   9885   7345    5479   4576   3213   3070     272       3       2     0   51265

    ALL CROSSINGS                                               MAXIMUM TIME TABLE SPEED
    WARNING DEVICES               00-10  11-20  21-30  31-40  41-50  51-60  61-70  71-80  81-90  91-100 101-110  >110   TOTAL
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    GATES.......................    2233   3216   4911    4703   4294   3669   3037   2795     183       6       3     0   29050
    FLASHING LIGHTS.............    6288   4327   7272    4983   3366   2066    532    471      20       0       0     0   29325
    HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS     553    268    364     207     91    101     48     23       5       0       1     0    1661
    SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....    3271    776    424     129     81     46     20     33      15       3       0     0    4798
    STOP SIGNS..................    1669   1227   2545    2157   1446    968    471    530       4       0       0     0   11017
    CROSSBUCKS..................   18115  10332  21771   14676   8154   6093   1803   1871     234       0       1     0   83050
    OTHER SIGNS.................     230    126     86      31     26      0      4      3       0       0       0     0     506
    NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........    3518   1312    958     391    192    156     55     42       4       0       0     0    6628
       TOTAL....................   35877  21584  38331   27277  17650  13099   5970   5768     465       9       5     0  166035
  



TABLE 62.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE OF CONSIST, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----
State               A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
_________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........    14   ---     4   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Alaska...........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arizona..........     5     1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arkansas.........     4     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
California.......    16     6     4     8     2   ---     5   ---     3     3     1     1
Colorado.........     7     2     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Connecticut......     1   ---     1     4   ---     4   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Delaware.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Dist. of Columbia   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Florida..........     7     1     2     1   ---     1     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Georgia..........    10     1     3     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---
Idaho............     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Illinois.........    12     4     2     2   ---     1     7   ---     1     7   ---     4
Indiana..........     5     2     5     2   ---   ---     1   ---     1     1   ---   ---
Iowa.............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Kansas...........     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Kentucky.........    14   ---     6   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Louisiana........    11   ---     4     2     1   ---     1   ---   ---     5   ---     5
Maine............     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Maryland.........     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Massachusetts....     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Michigan.........     2   ---   ---     1     1     6     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Minnesota........     4   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     6   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Mississippi......    10   ---     4     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Missouri.........     8     1     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Montana..........     6     1     1     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Nebraska.........     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Nevada...........     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Hampshire....     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
New Mexico.......     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New York.........     8   ---     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
North Carolina...     9   ---     2     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1     1   ---
North Dakota.....     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Ohio.............    10     1     3   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Oklahoma.........     6     1     4   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Oregon...........     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1   ---   ---   ---
Pennsylvania.....    11   ---     3     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Rhode Island.....     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...     5     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
South Dakota.....     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Tennessee........     5     2     2   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Texas............    34     3     9   ---   ---   ---    15   ---     2     4   ---   ---
Utah.............     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Vermont..........     2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    20     2     5   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     2   ---     1
Washington.......     9     1     6   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     4   ---   ---
West Virginia....    13     1     3   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Wisconsin........     4   ---     2   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Wyoming..........     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........   303    34    87    31     4    12    72   ---     9    44     3    13


  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives, single car or cut of cars.



TABLE 63.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY STATE AND WARNING DEVICE, 1994

                                       Hwy Sig.                                               No Signs
                           Flashing    Wigwags                Cross-       Stop      Other       Or
State              Gates     Lights     Bells     Special      Bucks      Signs      Signs    Signals      Total
_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........    ---          2        ---        ---          6          2        ---          6         16
Alaska...........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---
Arizona..........    ---        ---          1        ---          4        ---        ---        ---          5
Arkansas.........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          4          5
California.......    ---          1          1          1          9         15          2          3         32
Colorado.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1          4          1          3          9
Connecticut......    ---          2          1        ---          1          1          1        ---          6
Delaware.........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---
Dist. of Columbia    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

Florida..........      1          1        ---          1          6        ---          1        ---         10
Georgia..........      1        ---        ---        ---          5          4        ---          3         13
Idaho............    ---        ---        ---        ---          2          1          1          2          6
Illinois.........    ---          2          1          4          3          5        ---         13         28
Indiana..........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          5          1          3          9
Iowa.............    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          1          2
Kansas...........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1          1        ---          1          3
Kentucky.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          9          3        ---          4         16
Louisiana........    ---          1        ---        ---         11          2          1          4         19
Maine............    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          2        ---          1          3

Maryland.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          1
Massachusetts....    ---        ---        ---          1        ---          1        ---          2          4
Michigan.........    ---          2        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          2          5
Minnesota........    ---          1        ---          1          3          2          1          2         10
Mississippi......    ---        ---        ---          1          4          3        ---          5         13
Missouri.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          3          1        ---          5          9
Montana..........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1          5        ---          2          8
Nebraska.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1          1        ---          4          6
Nevada...........    ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1
New Hampshire....    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---          1

New Jersey.......    ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          2          3
New Mexico.......    ---        ---        ---        ---          3        ---        ---        ---          3
New York.........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          1          8         10
North Carolina...    ---        ---        ---        ---          6          3        ---          4         13
North Dakota.....    ---        ---        ---        ---          2        ---        ---        ---          2
Ohio.............      1        ---        ---        ---          6          1        ---          3         11
Oklahoma.........    ---          1        ---        ---          5        ---        ---          3          9
Oregon...........    ---        ---        ---          1        ---          4        ---          1          6
Pennsylvania.....    ---          2        ---        ---          4        ---        ---          9         15
Rhode Island.....    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          1          2

South Carolina...    ---        ---        ---        ---          3        ---        ---          2          5
South Dakota.....    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---        ---          1
Tennessee........    ---          2        ---          1          2        ---        ---          3          8
Texas............      2          2          1          2         28         13        ---          5         53
Utah.............    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          1          2
Vermont..........      1        ---        ---        ---          2        ---        ---        ---          3
Virginia.........      1        ---        ---        ---          5          3        ---         15         24
Washington.......      1        ---        ---        ---          1          9        ---          4         15
West Virginia....      1        ---        ---          1          7        ---        ---          7         16
Wisconsin........    ---        ---        ---        ---          2          1          2          1          6
Wyoming..........    ---        ---        ---        ---          1          1        ---          1          3
Unknown..........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

   Total.........      9         19          6         15        149        100         12        140        450

  Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew
	  



TABLE 64.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY HIGHWAY USER, 1994


                                     ----Acc/Inc----     -----Killed----     ----Injured----     Fatal    Injury
              Type Of Vehicle         No.        %        No.        %        No.        %      Acc/Inc  Acc/Inc
              ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

              Automobile.......       191     40.13        23     53.49        45     34.09        19        35
              Truck............       156     32.77        14     32.56        49     37.12        10        40
              Truck-trailer....       102     21.43         4      9.30        27     20.45         4        17
              Bus..............       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
              School bus.......       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
              Motorcycle.......         1       .21       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
              Pedestrian.......         1       .21         1      2.33       ---       ---         1       ---
              Other............        25      5.25         1      2.33        11      8.33         1         9

                 Total.........       476    100.00        43    100.00       132    100.00        35       101








 TABLE 65.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
 BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND MOTORIST ACTION, 1994


                    --Drove Around-   --Stopped And--
                    -Or Thru Gate--   -Then Proceeded   -Did Not Stop--   -----Other-----   ----Unknown----   -----Total-----
Warning Device      A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Gates............     4   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     9   ---   ---
Cantilever flshrs   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Standard flashers   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     2     8     1   ---     6   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    18     1     4
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     3   ---   ---     1   ---     2     6   ---     2
Special Devices..   ---   ---   ---     3   ---   ---     9   ---     2     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    15   ---     2
Crossbucks.......   ---   ---   ---     9   ---     4    86    14    27    49   ---     7     5   ---     2   149    14    40
Stopsigns........   ---   ---   ---     7   ---     2    59    10    25    29     1    10     5   ---     1   100    11    38
Other Signs......   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     6   ---     4     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    12   ---     5
No Signs Or Signl   ---   ---   ---     3     2     1    73     7    20    60     6     7     4   ---     2   140    15    30

   Total.........     4   ---   ---    29     2     9   243    32    78   157     7    27    17   ---     7   450    41   121


  Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew.
         "Hwy Sig" = Highway signals, W W = Wigwags.




TABLE 66.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY SPEED OF TRAIN, CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                    -----Dawn------   ------Day------   ------Dusk-----   ------Dark-----   -----Total-----
Speed Of Vehicle    A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

R A I L  C O N S I S T  S T R U C K  H I G H W A Y  U S E R

Standing.........     5     1     2    76     3    11     7   ---     2    63     2     2   151     6    17
1-9..............     5   ---   ---   106    13    40     8   ---     4    20     4     6   139    17    50
10-19............   ---   ---   ---    71     7    25     3     1   ---     8   ---     4    82     8    29
20-29............   ---   ---   ---     9     4     4   ---   ---   ---     3     2   ---    12     6     4
30-39............   ---   ---   ---     5     3     3   ---   ---   ---     3     1     1     8     4     4
40-49............   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     3   ---     1
50-59............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---     8   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     2    13   ---     3

   Total.........    10     1     2   278    30    85    18     1     6   103     9    15   409    41   108

H I G H W A Y  U S E R  S T R U C K  R A I L  C O N S I S T

Standing.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
1-9..............   ---   ---   ---    12   ---     2   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1    17   ---     3
10-19............     1   ---     1     7   ---     2   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     2    13   ---     5
20-29............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     2   ---     1
30-39............   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     4   ---     1
40-49............     1   ---     1     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2
50-59............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     1   ---     1
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---

   Total.........     2   ---     2    24   ---     6   ---   ---   ---    15   ---     5    41   ---    13

G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........     5     1     2    76     3    11     7   ---     2    63     2     2   151     6    17
1-9..............     5   ---   ---   118    13    42     8   ---     4    25     4     7   156    17    53
10-19............     1   ---     1    78     7    27     3     1   ---    13   ---     6    95     8    34
20-29............   ---   ---   ---    10     4     4   ---   ---   ---     4     2     1    14     6     5
30-39............   ---   ---   ---     7     3     4   ---   ---   ---     5     1     1    12     4     5
40-49............     1   ---     1     3   ---     2   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     5   ---     3
50-59............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1     2   ---     1
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---     9   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     6   ---     2    15   ---     3

   Total.........    12     1     4   302    30    91    18     1     6   118     9    20   450    41   121
  




TABLE 67.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY RAILROAD AND WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY, 1994


                                                                  Hwy Sig.                                     No Signs
                                                       Flashing   Wigwags             Cross-    Stop   Other      Or
    Railroad                                    Gates    Lights    Bells    Special   Bucks    Signs   Signs   Signals   Total
    __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Alaska Railroad Corp.                         ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Alton & Southern Railroad                     ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)         2         1         1       ---      12        3       1         3      23
    Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.     ---       ---       ---       ---      13        2     ---         3      18
    Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                 ---       ---       ---       ---     ---        2     ---         1       3
    Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                   ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.             ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                1         2       ---         3      12       24     ---        28      70
    Chicago And North Western Transp.             ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         1       1
    Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.       ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Consolidated Rail Corp.                         1         1       ---         1       5        1       2        13      24
    Cuyahoga Valley Railway Co.                   ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    CSX Transp.                                     1       ---       ---         1      29        6       1         6      44
    Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad          ---       ---       ---       ---       1      ---     ---       ---       1
    Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         3       3
    Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.    ---       ---       ---       ---     ---        4       1       ---       5
    Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.      ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.         ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         2       2
    Florida East Coast Railway Co.                  1         1       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---       2
    Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                     ---       ---       ---       ---       1      ---     ---       ---       1
    Gateway Western Railway                       ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.              ---         2       ---       ---       1      ---     ---       ---       3
    Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.           ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Illinois Central Railroad Co.                 ---         2       ---       ---       1        2     ---         5      10
    Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Kansas City Southern Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---         1      13      ---     ---       ---      14
    Long Island Rail Road                         ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.             ---         2         1       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---       3
    Montana Rail Link                             ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         1       1
    New Jersey Transit Rail Operations            ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Norfolk Southern Corp.                          1         3       ---         4      19       13     ---        39      79
    Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail     ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---        1     ---       ---       1
    Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Port Authority Trans Hudson                   ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         1       1
    Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                 ---         1       ---         1       3        3     ---         1       9
    Soo Line Railroad Co.                         ---         1       ---       ---     ---        1       1         3       6
    Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.             ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---         1       1
    Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                    2         2         3         1      13       13       1         2      37
    Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.     ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Springfield Terminal Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---         1     ---      ---     ---       ---       1
    St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.            ---       ---       ---       ---       4        3     ---       ---       7
    Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis         ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Texas Mexican Railway Co.                     ---       ---       ---         1       1      ---     ---       ---       2
    Union Pacific Railroad Co.                    ---       ---         1       ---       9        5       1        15      31
    Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)           ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---     ---      ---     ---       ---     ---
    Wisconsin Central Ltd.                        ---       ---       ---       ---       1        3       2         1       7
    All Other Railroads.......................    ---         1       ---         1      11       14       2        11      40

       Total..................................      9        19         6        15     149      100      12       140     450


      Note:  "Special" are crossings protected by watchmen or members of train crew.




TABLE 68.  ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND CASUALTIES AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-
RAIL CROSSINGS, BY RAILROAD, 1994


                                                 -------Motor Vehicle----   ----Other Highway Users----  ----------Total---------
    Railroad                                     Acc/Inc  Killed  Injured   Acc/Inc  Killed  Injured     Acc/Inc  Killed  Injured
  _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Alaska Railroad Corp.                            ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Alton & Southern Railroad                        ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)           23       4       8          2     ---      ---          25        4        8
    Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.         18       2       5          1     ---      ---          19        2        5
    Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                      3     ---       1        ---     ---      ---           3      ---        1
    Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                      ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                 ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  70      10       9          5       1        2          75       11       11
    Chicago And North Western Transp.                  1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.          ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Consolidated Rail Corp.                           24     ---       5          1     ---        1          25      ---        6
    Cuyahoga Valley Railway Co.                      ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    CSX Transp.                                       44       7      17          2     ---        2          46        7       19
    Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad               1     ---     ---          1     ---      ---           2      ---      ---
    Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.                   3     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           3      ---      ---
    Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.         5     ---       2        ---     ---      ---           5      ---        2
    Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.         ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.              2       1     ---        ---     ---      ---           2        1      ---
    Florida East Coast Railway Co.                     2     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           2      ---      ---
    Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                          1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    Gateway Western Railway                          ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.                   3     ---       1        ---     ---      ---           3      ---        1
    Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.              ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Illinois Central Railroad Co.                     10     ---       6        ---     ---      ---          10      ---        6
    Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                 ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                  14     ---       5        ---     ---      ---          14      ---        5
    Long Island Rail Road                            ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.                  3     ---       4        ---     ---      ---           3      ---        4
    Montana Rail Link                                  1     ---     ---          2     ---      ---           3      ---      ---
    New Jersey Transit Rail Operations               ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Norfolk Southern Corp.                            79       6      21          3     ---      ---          82        6       21
    Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail        ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.                   1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                 ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Port Authority Trans Hudson                        1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                      9     ---       1        ---     ---      ---           9      ---        1
    Soo Line Railroad Co.                              6     ---       3        ---     ---      ---           6      ---        3
    Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.                  1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                      37       4      12          2     ---        1          39        4       13
    Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.        ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                   1     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           1      ---      ---
    St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                 7     ---       5        ---     ---      ---           7      ---        5
    Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis            ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Texas Mexican Railway Co.                          2     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---           2      ---      ---
    Union Pacific Railroad Co.                        31       6       7          4     ---        4          35        6       11
    Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)              ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                 ---     ---     ---        ---     ---      ---         ---      ---      ---
    Wisconsin Central Ltd.                             7       1       3        ---     ---      ---           7        1        3
    All Other Railroads.......................        40     ---       6          3       1        1          43        1        7 

      Total..................................        450      41     121         26       2       11         476       43      132




	
TABLE 69.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND CASUALTIES AT PRIVATE
HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, BY SPEED OF CONSIST, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----   -----Total-----
Speed Of Consist    A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Standing.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
1-9..............    37   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    62   ---     9    22   ---     6   121   ---    20
10-19............    30   ---     4     5   ---   ---     9   ---   ---     8   ---     4    52   ---     8
20-29............    56   ---    26     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1    59   ---    27
30-39............    63     5    21     4   ---     3     1   ---   ---     6   ---     2    74     5    26
40-49............    74    17    20     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---     3     1   ---    79    18    21
50-59............    34     8     8     6     1     7   ---   ---   ---     2     1   ---    42    10    15
60-69............     8     4     2     5     2   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     1   ---    15     7     2
70-79............     1   ---     1     6     1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     7     1     2
80-89............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........   303    34    87    31     4    12    72   ---     9    44     3    13   450    41   121


  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives,
         single car or cut of cars




TABLE 70.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND CASUALTIES AT PRIVATE
HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, BY LENGTH OF CONSIST, 1994


                    ----Freight----   ---Passenger---   -Yard Switching   -----Other-----   -----Total-----
Number Of Cars      A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1-9..............    39     4    12    24     4    11     43   ---     4     7   ---     5     113     8    32
10-19............    34     4     6     6   ---   ---     14   ---     3     1   ---     1      55     4    10
20-29............    26     2     7   ---   ---   ---      7   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      33     2     8
30-39............    28     7    11   ---   ---   ---      3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      31     7    11
40-49............    23     1     8   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      24     1     8
50-59............    21   ---     2   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      22   ---     2
60-69............    20     5    11   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---      21     6    11
70-79............    19     2     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      19     2     4
80-89............    15   ---     7   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      15   ---     7
90-99............    19     5     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      19     5     4
100-109..........    11     3     1   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      13     3     2
110-119..........    32     1     8   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      32     1     8
120-129..........     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---       5   ---     1
130-139..........     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---       5   ---   ---
140-149..........     3   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---       3   ---     5
150 And over.....     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---       2   ---   ---
Locomotives only.     1   ---   ---     1   ---     1      1   ---   ---    35     2     7      38     2     8 

   Total.........   303    34    87    31     4    12     72   ---     9    44     3    13     450    41   121


  Note:  "Other" includes mixed trains, work trains, light locomotives,
         single car or cut of cars
 



TABLE 71.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY OPERATIONAL STATUS OF WARNING DEVICE, 
CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1994


                                         ---------------------Highway User--------------------
                     -Device Working--   ----Struck By Consist----   ----Ran Into Consist-----
Warning Device       Yes     No    N/A   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark   Dawn    Day   Dusk   Dark
______________________________________________________________________________________________

Gates............      8     ---      1      1      5     ---      2    ---    ---    ---      1
Cantilever flshrs      1     ---    ---    ---      1     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---
Standard flashers     18     ---    ---      2      8     ---      6    ---      1    ---      1
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells      6     ---    ---    ---      4     ---      2    ---    ---    ---    ---
Special Devices..    ---     ---     15      2      7       1      1    ---      2    ---      2
Crossbucks.......    ---     ---    149      2     92      10     29      1      9    ---      6
Stopsigns........    ---     ---    100      2     66       3     26    ---      1    ---      2
Other Signs......    ---     ---     12    ---      7     ---      4    ---      1    ---    ---
No Signs Or Signl    ---     ---    140      1     88       4     33      1     10    ---      3 

   Total.........     33    ---     417     10    278      18    103      2     24    ---     15


  Note:  If a rail consist is intentionally grounded to prevent activation of
         the warning device, these are reported as "N/A."



TABLE 72.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY STATE AND TYPE DEVELOPMENT, 1994


                            State           Farm     Residential Recreational Industrial    Unknown      Total
                      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      Alabama                 1,353         265          13          480           0       2,111
                      Alaska                      4          14           5           85           0         108
                      Arizona                   396          24          13          255           0         688
                      Arkansas                1,001         220          20          282           0       1,523
                      California              2,154         346         123        2,263           9       4,895
                      Colorado                  897         258          23          264           6       1,448
                      Connecticut                49          30          32          149           1         261
                      Delaware                   87          38           6           22           0         153
                      Dist Of Columbia            0           0           0           12           0          12
                      Florida                   367         205          33          440         418       1,463
                      Georgia                 1,553         654          26          557           0       2,790
                      Idaho                     888          58           9          467           0       1,422
                      Illinois                3,802         506          82        1,359           0       5,749
                      Indiana                 1,914         343          29          612           4       2,902
                      Iowa                    3,218         331          51          697           1       4,298
                      Kansas                  3,608         208           8          431           1       4,256
                      Kentucky                1,604         786          18          422           0       2,830
                      Louisiana               1,787         520          22          969           1       3,299
                      Maine                     410         118          77          329           0         934
                      Maryland                  427          78          17          210           0         732
                      Massachusetts             170          68          39          261           0         538
                      Michigan                1,332         395         125          874           0       2,726
                      Minnesota               2,263         239          49          589           0       3,140
                      Mississippi             1,431         377           6          276           0       2,090
                      Missouri                2,336         337          27          599           1       3,300
                      Montana                 1,624         108          23          302           0       2,057
                      Nebraska                2,488          86          13          237           0       2,824
                      Nevada                     28           3           3           30         194         258
                      New Hampshire             152          87          23           82           0         344
                      New Jersey                198          62          12          321           1         594
                      New Mexico                447          32           4          112           0         595
                      New York                2,161         337          99          582           0       3,179
                      North Carolina          1,773         922          34          902           1       3,632
                      North Dakota            1,960          26          10          188           0       2,184
                      Ohio                    2,617         342          45          950           1       3,955
                      Oklahoma                1,357         153          10          259           0       1,779
                      Oregon                  1,395         337          42        1,104           0       2,878
                      Pennsylvania            1,483         522         156        1,289           0       3,450
                      Rhode Island                7          18           9           37           0          71
                      South Carolina            754         292          16          297           0       1,359
                      South Dakota            1,143          81           3          134           0       1,361
                      Tennessee               1,133         398          22          395           0       1,948
                      Texas                   4,421         533          36        1,566           3       6,559
                      Utah                      524          46          10          209           0         789
                      Vermont                   450          62          29          109           0         650
                      Virginia                  533         206          12          319       2,075       3,145
                      Washington              1,571         431          55        1,155           0       3,212
                      West Virginia             915         674          50          668           1       2,308
                      Wisconsin               1,926         255          60          743           0       2,984
                      Wyoming                   778          16           0          136           0         930
                      Puerto Rico                 2           0           0            0           0           2
                     FINAL TOTALS            64,891      12,447       1,629       25,030       2,718     106,715




TABLE 73.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY STATE AND TYPE
WARNING DEVICE, 1994

                                                                        No Signs
                                  State           Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown      Total
                            -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Alabama                   649          18       1,443           1       2,111
                            Alaska                     70           0          38           0         108
                            Arizona                   418           5         265           0         688
                            Arkansas                  230           6       1,287           0       1,523
                            California              3,609         102       1,184           0       4,895
                            Colorado                  764          11         673           0       1,448
                            Connecticut               211          42           8           0         261
                            Delaware                   19           0         134           0         153
                            Dist Of Columbia            0           0          12           0          12
                            Florida                   957          48         458           0       1,463
                            Georgia                 1,447          11       1,332           0       2,790
                            Idaho                     289          10       1,123           0       1,422
                            Illinois                  559         109       5,081           0       5,749
                            Indiana                   274          39       2,589           0       2,902
                            Iowa                      677          15       3,606           0       4,298
                            Kansas                    274           5       3,977           0       4,256
                            Kentucky                  558          28       2,244           0       2,830
                            Louisiana                 403          31       2,865           0       3,299
                            Maine                     291          16         627           0         934
                            Maryland                  141           8         583           0         732
                            Massachusetts             174          13         351           0         538
                            Michigan                  315          35       2,376           0       2,726
                            Minnesota               1,105          19       2,016           0       3,140
                            Mississippi               196           4       1,890           0       2,090
                            Missouri                  253          26       3,021           0       3,300
                            Montana                   512           9       1,536           0       2,057
                            Nebraska                  150           6       2,668           0       2,824
                            Nevada                    104           4         149           1         258
                            New Hampshire              49           4         291           0         344
                            New Jersey                155          13         426           0         594
                            New Mexico                234           3         358           0         595
                            New York                  319          31       2,829           0       3,179
                            North Carolina          1,303          19       2,310           0       3,632
                            North Dakota              368           1       1,815           0       2,184
                            Ohio                      332          44       3,579           0       3,955
                            Oklahoma                  255           9       1,515           0       1,779
                            Oregon                    944          24       1,909           1       2,878
                            Pennsylvania              765          28       2,657           0       3,450
                            Rhode Island               41           1          29           0          71
                            South Carolina            955           9         395           0       1,359
                            South Dakota              235           2       1,123           1       1,361
                            Tennessee                 345          12       1,591           0       1,948
                            Texas                   1,430          80       5,049           0       6,559
                            Utah                      173           5         611           0         789
                            Vermont                    72           6         572           0         650
                            Virginia                  379          28       2,738           0       3,145
                            Washington                614          17       2,581           0       3,212
                            West Virginia             311          11       1,986           0       2,308
                            Wisconsin                 414          20       2,550           0       2,984
                            Wyoming                   306           5         619           0         930
                            Puerto Rico                 1           1           0           0           2
                          FINAL TOTALS             24,649         993      81,069           4     106,715



TABLE 74.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY TYPE DEVELOPMENT
AND WARNING DEVICE, 1994

                                                                      No Signs
                                  State         Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown      Total
                               ------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               Farm........      11,303          97      53,491           0      64,891
                               Residential.       3,958          77       8,412           0      12,447
                               Recreational         671          27         931           0       1,629
                               Industrial..       8,184         769      16,073           4      25,030
                               Unknown.....         533          23       2,162           0       2,718
                             FINAL TOTALS        24,649         993      81,069           4     106,715



TABLE 75.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND
TYPE DEVELOPMENT, 1994

                          Railroad                        Farm     Residential Recreational Industrial    Unknown      Total
          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Alaska Railroad Corp.                                 4          14           5           85           0         108
          Allegheny and Eastern Railroad                       40          16           5           21           0          82
          Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)              35          13           3           16           1          68
          Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Co.                     65          16           0           11           0          92
          Arkansas Midland Railroad Co., Inc.                  54           9           1           28           0          92
          Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.           2,324         211          20        1,109           2       3,666
          Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway Co.              21          16           2           26           5          70
          Austin & Northwestern Railroad                       83          11           2           12           0         108
          Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                         184          35          48          118           0         385
          Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                    38          12           2           44           0          96
          Boston & Maine Corp.                                142          57          18          195           0         412
          Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad, Inc.                 145          66          12           40           0         263
          Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  9,339       1,044         132        2,303           2      12,820
          Camas Prairie Railroad Co.                           87           4           1           24           0         116
          Canadian Pacific Railway Co.                        101          12          22           45           0         180
          Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Co.                 53          16           1           22           0          92
          Cedar River Railroad Co.                             86           9           2            7           0         104
          Central Kansas Railway, Inc.                        469          52           0           58           0         579
          Central Michigan Railway Co.                         74          23           2           88           0         187
          Central Railroad Co. Of Indianapolis                  1           1           0            1           0           3
          Central Vermont Railway, Inc.                       142          29           6           46           0         223
          Chehalis Western                                     62          10           0           24           0          96
          Chicago & North Western Transportation Co.        3,043         253          47          841           0       4,184
          Chicago Missouri & Western Railway                   92           3           0           20           0         115
          Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.             524          24           3          150           0         701
          Columbus & Greenville Railway Co.                   242          39           0           29           0         310
          Consolidated Rail Corp.                           4,105         916         220        2,080           2       7,323
          CSX Transportation                                5,385       1,937         157        2,760         848      11,087
          Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad                480           7           1           66           0         554
          Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western Railroad          159           0           0            0           0         159
          Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                       305          49          37           55           0         446
          Delta Southern Railroad Co.                          99          12           0            8           0         119
          Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.            310         175          16          168           4         673
          Department of Defense - Other                        22          14           1          194           3         234
          Detroit & Mackinac Railway Co.                       88          64          31           24           0         207
          Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.             24          17           1           89           0         131
          Eastern Idaho Railroad                              162           4           1          102           0         269
          Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.                  51           1           0           37           0          89
          Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad Co.                73          28          30           31           0         162
          Florida Central Railroad Co.                          5          12           1           16          21          55
          Florida East Coast Railway Co.                        5           3           1           19          86         114
          Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                           261          57          13          118           0         449
          Gateway Western Railway                             135           1           1           19           0         156
          Georgia Central Railroad                             48          20           3           16           0          87
          Georgia Southwestern Railroad Division              111          27           6           22           0         166
          Grainbelt Corp.                                      86           1           1            5           0          93
          Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.                   398          25           4           71           0         498
          Great Western Railway Co.                           113           4           1            9           0         127
          Gulf And Mississippi Railroad Corp.                 306          95           3           56           0         460
          Hillsdale County Railway Co., Inc.                   56           5           1            6           0          68
          Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                   0           1           0           42           0          43
          Huron & Eastern Railway                             101           7           2           44           0         154
          Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad Co.               118           5           0           59           0         182
          Illinois Central Railroad Co.                     1,109         241           8          349           0       1,707
          Indiana & Ohio Central Railroad, Inc.                67           3           1           16           0          87
          Indiana Hi-Rail Corp.                                69          10           1           26           0         106
          Indiana Rail Road Co.                               103          23           2           24           0         152
          Iowa Interstate Railroad                            250          28           1           47           0         326
          Iowa Northern Railway Co.                            97          16           2            4           0         119
          Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Railroad            57           0           1            2           0          60
          Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                    291          42           5          154           0         492
          Kansas City Terminal Railway Co.                     78           1           0           15           1          95
          Kansas Southwestern Railway                         129           7           0           27           0         163
          Kiamichi Railroad Co., Inc.                          59          27           0           11           0          97
          Kyle Railroad Co.                                   321          22           3           21           0         367
          Lamoille Valley Railroad Co.                         87           3           8            7           0         105
          Long Island Rail Road                                67           4           3            8           0          82



TABLE 75.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND
TYPE DEVELOPMENT, CONT., 1994


                          Railroad                        Farm     Residential Recreational Industrial    Unknown      Total
          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Louisiana & Arkansas Railway Co.                    446          62           1           70           0         579
          Louisiana & Delta Railroad                          133          12           1           27           0         173
          Maine Department Of Transportation                   46          23           3           15           0          87
          Maryland & Delaware Railroad Co.                    106          14           1           16           0         137
          Maryland Dept. Of Transportation                     76          11           2           12           0         101
          Mass. Bay Transporatation Authority                  15           8           6           19           0          48
          Mid-Atlantic Railroad Co., Inc.                      50          48           0           25           0         123
          Mid-Michigan Railroad Co.                            41           3           4           47           0          95
          Midd States Port Authority                          156           4           1            9           0         170
          Midsouth Railroad Corp.                             130          62           0           77           0         269
          Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Co.           265          12           0           76           0         353
          Monongahela Railway Co.                              40          18           2           33           0          93
          Montana Rail Link                                   467          63          15          139           0         684
          MNVA Railroad, Inc.                                  81          14           0            6           0         101
          Nashville & Eastern Railroad                        126          13           1           11           0         151
          Nebraska Central Railroad                           218           1           1           16           0         236
          New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                   43          15           5           33           0          96
          New Orleans Lower Coast Railroad, Inc.               20         106           9           45           0         180
          New Orleans Public Belt Railroad                      0           0           0          156           0         156
          New York City Trans. Authority (MTA)                  6           0           1            8           0          15
          New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad Co.        149          30           2           42           0         223
          Norfolk Southern Corp.                            5,936       2,163          75        1,901       1,428      11,503
          North Carolina Department Of Transportation          39          68           0           15           0         122
          Northeast Kansas & Missouri                         103           3           0            0           0         106
          Ohio Central Railroad Co.                           121           4           0           25           0         150
          Oklahoma Department Of Transportation                80          17           0            8           0         105
          Oklahoma Kansas & Texas Railroad Co.                 88           5           1           16           0         110
          Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                    118          30           1           36           0         185
          Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                   1          29           5           64           0          99
          Prairie Trunk Railway                                54           3           1            3           0          61
          Providence & Worcester Railroad Co.                  46          17          12           48           0         123
          Red River Valley & Western Railroad                 293           4           0           19           0         316
          Seminole Gulf Railroad                                7           1           1           13           9          31
          Soo Line Railroad Co.                             1,996         236          48          452           0       2,732
          South Carolina Central Railroad Co., Inc.            31          14           0           20           0          65
          South Dakota Railroad Authority                     217          41           2           22           0         282
          South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad Co.                212           9           0           24           0         245
          South Orient Railroad Co., Ltd.                     156           4           1           12           0         173
          Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation             22          12           2           17           0          53
          Southern Pacific Transportation Co.               2,252         371         108        2,075          87       4,893
          Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.            59           5           0           23           0          87
          Springfield Terminal Railway Co. (Vermont)          108          31           6          138           0         283
          St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                  614          75           4           87           0         780
          State Subsidy                                        64          32          12           31           0         139
          Tennessee Southern Railroad Co., Inc.                52           5           0            8           0          65
          Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis            3           0           0            9           0          12
          Texas & Oklahoma Railroad Co.                       179           2           0            9           0         190
          Texas Mexican Railway Co.                           117          18           2           57           1         195
          Texas Northeastern Division--Mid-Michigan            94           7           1           13           0         115
          Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Corp.              192          21           0           57           0         270
          Tulare Valley Railroad Co.                          141           4           0           87           0         232
          Tuscola & Saginaw Bay Railroad Co., Inc.            106          51           6           80           0         243
          Twin City & Western Railroad                        102           2           0            2           0         106
          Union Pacific Railroad Co.                        7,475         815          63        2,151         105      10,609
          Vermont Railway, Inc.                               100          16           4           28           0         148
          Washington Central Railroad Co.                     202          66           6           70           0         344
          Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                    231          42           6          163           0         442
          Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co.                   275           4           5           31           0         315
          Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)               719         117          23          348           0       1,207
          All Unknown Railroads                             6,432       1,675         278        3,796         113      12,294
     FINAL TOTALS                                          64,891      12,447       1,629       25,030       2,718     106,715



TABLE 76.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND
TYPE WARNING DEVICE, 1994

                                                                                       No Signs
                                 Railroad                        Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown      Total
                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 Alaska Railroad Corp.                                70           0          38           0         108
                 Allegheny and Eastern Railroad                       10           1          71           0          82
                 Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)              31           8          29           0          68
                 Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Co.                      3           0          89           0          92
                 Arkansas Midland Railroad Co. Inc.                    4           0          88           0          92
                 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.           1,167          47       2,452           0       3,666
                 Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway Co.              40           0          30           0          70
                 Austin & Northwestern Railroad                       14           0          94           0         108
                 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                          86           5         294           0         385
                 Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                    11           0          85           0          96
                 Boston & Maine Corp.                                 85          13         314           0         412
                 Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad, Inc.                  22           0         241           0         263
                 Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  2,898         117       9,804           1      12,820
                 Camas Prairie Railroad Co.                           16           1          99           0         116
                 Canadian Pacific Railway Co.                         54           2         124           0         180
                 Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Co.                 11           0          81           0          92
                 Cedar River Railroad Co.                             81           0          23           0         104
                 Central Kansas Railway, Inc.                         39           0         540           0         579
                 Central Michigan Railway Co.                         15           0         172           0         187
                 Central Railroad Co. Of Indianapolis                  1           0           2           0           3
                 Central Vermont Railway, Inc.                        63           9         151           0         223
                 Chehalis Western                                     21           0          75           0          96
                 Chicago & North Western Transportation Co.          504          20       3,660           0       4,184
                 Chicago Missouri & Western Railway                    5           0         110           0         115
                 Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.             267           2         432           0         701
                 Columbus & Greenville Railway Co.                     5           0         305           0         310
                 Consolidated Rail Corp.                             940          70       6,313           0       7,323
                 CSX Transportation                                4,271         166       6,650           0      11,087
                 Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad                 52           0         501           1         554
                 Dakota, Missouri Valley & Western Railroad           12           0         147           0         159
                 Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                        33           9         404           0         446
                 Delta Southern Railroad Co.                          11           0         108           0         119
                 Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.            564           3         106           0         673
                 Department of Defense - Other                       146           0          88           0         234
                 Detroit & Mackinac Railway Co.                       28           0         179           0         207
                 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.            117           2          12           0         131
                 Eastern Idaho Railroad                               38           2         229           0         269
                 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.                  16           5          68           0          89
                 Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad Co.                15           2         145           0         162
                 Florida Central Railroad Co.                         51           1           3           0          55
                 Florida East Coast Railway Co.                       55           5          54           0         114
                 Fox Valley & Western Ltd.                            57           3         389           0         449
                 Gateway Western Railway                               5           0         151           0         156
                 Georgia Central Railroad                             84           0           3           0          87
                 Georgia Southwestern Railroad Division              126           0          40           0         166
                 Grainbelt Corp.                                       2           1          90           0          93
                 Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.                    35          12         451           0         498
                 Great Western Railway Co.                            43           1          83           0         127
                 Gulf And Mississippi Railroad Corp.                  36           0         424           0         460
                 Hillsdale County Railway Company, Inc.                1           0          67           0          68
                 Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                   5           0          38           0          43
                 Huron & Eastern Railway                               4           0         150           0         154
                 Idaho Northern & Pacific Railroad Co.                37           2         143           0         182
                 Illinois Central Railroad Co.                       231          21       1,455           0       1,707
                 Indiana & Ohio Central Railroad, Inc.                 2           0          85           0          87
                 Indiana Hi-Rail Corp.                                 5           0         101           0         106
                 Indiana Rail Road Co.                                10           0         142           0         152
                 Iowa Interstate Railroad                             35           3         288           0         326
                 Iowa Northern Railway Co.                             6           0         113           0         119
                 Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Railroad             1           1          58           0          60
                 Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                     90           4         398           0         492
                 Kansas City Terminal Railway Co.                     16           0          79           0          95
                 Kansas Southwestern Railway                           3           0         160           0         163
                 Kiamichi Railroad Company, Inc.                      19           0          78           0          97
                 Kyle Railroad Co.                                     8           0         359           0         367
                 Lamoille Valley Railroad Co.                          4           0         101           0         105  



TABLE 76.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND
WARNING DEVICE, CONT., 1994


                                                                                       No Signs
                                 Railroad                        Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown      Total
                 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
                 Long Island Rail Road                                 3           5          74           0          82
                 Louisiana & Arkansas Railway Co.                     58           4         517           0         579
                 Louisiana & Delta Railroad                           11           0         162           0         173
                 Maine Department Of Transportation                   27           1          59           0          87
                 Maryland & Delaware Railroad Co.                      5           0         132           0         137
                 Maryland Dept. Of Transportation                      3           0          98           0         101
                 Mass. Bay Transporatation Authority                  24           0          24           0          48
                 Mid-Atlantic Railroad Co. Inc.                      110           0          13           0         123
                 Mid-Michigan Railroad Co.                             6           0          89           0          95
                 Midd States Port Authority                           14           0         156           0         170
                 Midsouth Railroad Corp.                              39           0         230           0         269
                 Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Co.            26           0         327           0         353
                 Monongahela Railway Co.                              33           0          60           0          93
                 Montana Rail Link                                   149           4         531           0         684
                 MNVA Railroad, Inc.                                   8           0          93           0         101
                 Nashville & Eastern Railroad                          2           0         149           0         151
                 Nebraska Central Railroad                             6           0         230           0         236
                 New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                   36           3          57           0          96
                 New Orleans Lower Coast Railroad, Inc.                8           1         171           0         180
                 New Orleans Public Belt Railroad                     24           0         132           0         156
                 New York City Trans. Authority (MTA)                  8           0           7           0          15
                 New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad Co.         27           2         194           0         223
                 Norfolk Southern Corp.                            1,617          52       9,833           1      11,503
                 North Carolina Department Of Transportation          11           0         111           0         122
                 Northeast Kansas & Missouri                           1           0         105           0         106
                 Ohio Central Railroad Co.                            28           0         122           0         150
                 Oklahoma Department Of Transportation                11           0          94           0         105
                 Oklahoma Kansas & Texas Railroad Co.                 14           1          95           0         110
                 Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                     44           3         138           0         185
                 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                  60           6          33           0          99
                 Prairie Trunk Railway                                 3           0          58           0          61
                 Providence & Worcester Railroad Co.                  76           7          40           0         123
                 Red River Valley & Western Railroad                  45           0         271           0         316
                 Seminole Gulf Railroad                               23           0           8           0          31
                 Soo Line Railroad Co.                               237          19       2,476           0       2,732
                 South Carolina Central Railroad Co.                  57           0           8           0          65
                 South Dakota Railroad Authority                      21           1         260           0         282
                 South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad Co.                 21           0         224           0         245
                 South Orient Railroad Company, Ltd.                  44           0         129           0         173
                 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation              1           1          51           0          53
                 Southern Pacific Transportation Co.               2,148          97       2,648           0       4,893
                 Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.             6           1          80           0          87
                 Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                    108           9         166           0         283
                 St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                  199           5         576           0         780
                 State Subsidy                                        41           0          98           0         139
                 Tennessee Southern Railroad Co., Inc.                 1           2          62           0          65
                 Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis            4           0           8           0          12
                 Texas & Oklahoma Railroad Co.                         4           0         186           0         190
                 Texas Mexican Railway Co.                            18          22         155           0         195
                 Texas Northeastern Division--Mid-Michigan            14           0         101           0         115
                 Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Corp.               16           0         254           0         270
                 Tulare Valley Railroad Co.                          176           0          56           0         232
                 Tuscola & Saginaw Bay Railroad Co., Inc.             18           0         225           0         243
                 Twin City & Western Railroad                          1           0         105           0         106
                 Union Pacific Railroad Co.                        1,638          79       8,892           0      10,609
                 Vermont Railway, Inc.                                17           3         128           0         148
                 Washington Central Railroad Co.                      65           0         279           0         344
                 Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                     77           2         363           0         442
                 Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co.                    13           0         302           0         315
                 Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)               199           3       1,005           0       1,207
                 All Unknown Railroads                             4,208         122       7,963           1      12,294
            FINAL TOTALS                                          24,649         993      81,069           4     106,715
 


Appendix A Reporting Requirements And Definitions ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORTABILITY REQUIREMENTS The rules governing monthly reporting of railroad accidents/incidents in effect in 1992 define a reportable accident/incident as an event arising from the operation of a railroad that results in one or more stated circumstances. (a) An impact occurs between railroad on-track equipment and an automobile, bus, truck, motorcycle, bicycle, farm vehicle, pedestrian or other highway user at a highway-rail crossing. (b) Any collision, derailment, fire, explosion, act of GOD or other event involving the operation of railroad on-track equipment (standing or moving) which results in more than $6,300 in damages to railroad on-track equipment, signals, track and/or track structures, and roadbed. (c) Any event arising from the operation of a railroad which results in: (i) death of one or more persons; (ii) injury to one or more persons, other than railroad employees, requiring medical treatment; (iii) injury to one or more employees requiring medical treatment or resulting in restriction of work or motion for one or more days, one or more lost work days, transfer to another job, termination of employment or loss of consciousness; (iv) any occupational illness of railroad employee diagnosed by a physician. DEFINITIONS Annual Average Daily Traffic. An estimate of the annual average daily highway traffic in both traffic directions. Active Warning Devices. A warning system activated by an approaching train: gates, flashing lights, highway signal, wigwags, or bells. Car. A railway car designed to carry freight, railroad personnel, or passengers. This includes boxcars, covered hopper cars, flatcars, refrigerator cars, gondola cars, hopper cars, tank cars, cabooses, stock cars, ventilation cars, and special cars. Also includes on-track maintenance equipment. Class I Railroad. A railroad with an annual gross operating revenue in excess of $250 million based on 1991 dollars. Commercial Power. A source of commercial power within 500 feet of a crossing. Consist. On-track railroad equipment such as a train, locomotive, group of railroad cars, or a single railcar not coupled to another car or to a locomotive. Contractor Employee. A person employed by a contractor hired by a railroad to perform normal maintenance work to railroad rolling stock, track structure, bridges, buildings, etc. Crossing Surfaces. 1. Sectional treated timber. Prefabricated units approximately eight feet long, made of treated timber, individually installed, and removable for maintenance and replacement purpose. 2. Full wood plank. A wood surface, other than sectional treated timber, covering the entire crossing area above crossties. 3. Asphalt. A surface over the entire crossing area or the area between plants or other material which forms flangeway openings with or without single planks on the outside of running rails. 4. Concrete slab. Precast concrete slabs which are installed and individually removable for maintenance and replacement. 5. Concrete pavement. A continuous concrete surface over the track area which cannot be removed except by destruction of the surface. 6. Rubber slabs. Performed rubber sections which can be installed and removed individually for maintenance and replacement. 7. Metal sections. Preformed sections of steel or other metal which can be individually installed and removed for maintenance and replacement. 8. Other metal. A crossing area completed with covered rails or other permanent metal materials in limited sectional units. 9. Unconsolidated. Ballast or other unconsolidated material placed above the tops of crossties with or without planks on one or both sides of running rail. Daylight Train Movements. Train movements between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Employee. A person engaged in railroad operations who works for a railroad company in return for financial or other compensation. Employee Not On Duty. A railroad employee who is on railroad property for a purpose connected with his or her employment or with other railroad permission, but who is not engaged in rail operations for financial or other compensation. Fatality. The death of a person resulting from an injury incurred during railroad operations or resulting from an occupational illness if death occurs within 365 days of initial diagnosis. Highway-rail Crossing. A location where one or more railroad tracks intersect a public or private thoroughfare, a sidewalk, or a pathway. Highway Signals. Train-activated highway lights (red-amber-green) that control highway traffic over the crossing. Locomotive. A self-propelled unit of on-track equipment designed for moving other rail freight and passenger equipment on rail tracks, including self-propelled units. Main Track. Any track other than auxiliary track that extends through railroad yards or between stations and over which trains operate by time-table and/or train orders or the use of the track is governed by a signal system. Maximum Timetable Speed. Maximum train speed permitted over a crossing. Nearby Intersecting Highway. A highway intersection within 75 feet of the crossing. Night Train Movements. Train movements between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Non-train Incident. An event arising from railroad operations but not from the movement of on-track equipment, which does not exceed the reporting threshold, and results in a death, a reportable injury, or a reportable occupational illness. Nontrespassers. A person who is lawfully on any part of railroad property which is used in railroad operations or a person who is adjacent to railroad premises when injured as the result of railroad operations. Number Of Crossbucks. Masts with crossbucks; a mast with two or more crossbucks is counted as one. A crossbuck on an active device is not counted. On-Track Equipment. Railroad rolling stock used to transport freight or passenger. It includes locomotives, railroad cars, maintenance equipment, and one or more locomotives coupled to one or more cars. Other Signs. Signs other than crossbucks or stop signs. Other Stop Signs. Stop signs other than standard highway stop signs. Passenger. A person who is on, boarding, or alighting from a railroad car for the purpose of travel, without participating in its operation. Passive Warning Device. A warning system not automatically activated by an approaching train: signs (crossbucks or standard highway signs) or special warning devices (manually operated gates, flood lights, etc.). Pavement Markings. Markings prescribed or generally similar to those in highway traffic manuals, in particular, stoplines and railroad crossing symbols. Percentage Trucks. The percentage of total daily highway traffic represented by trucks. Public Crossing. A location open to public travel where railroad tracks cross a road that is under the jurisdiction and maintenance of a public authority. Railroad. Any surface transportation system which carries passengers, goods, materials, or property over rails. Railroad Advance Warning. Advance warning signs on any highway approach. Rural Crossing. A crossing classification derived from the Functional Classification Code. Signals For Train Operation. Automatic signals or interlocks which control train operations in the vicinity of a crossing. Smallest Crossing Angle. The smallest angle between the highway and the track. Special Warning Devices. Non-train-activated devices other than signs including manually operated gates, train crews flagging a crossing, watchmen, and flood lights. Speed Selection For Trains. A uniform warning time for the speed range of trains normally encountered at the crossing. Standard Highway Stop Sign. Octagonal red sign with white lettering STOP. Stop Signs. The standard highway stop sign or other stop signs. Switch Trains. All trains other than thru trains, including locals, industrial runs, and switch engines. Thru Trains. Trains whose primary responsibility is to move cars over the road; they may have a limited number of pickups and setouts along the route. Total Train Movements. All train movements for the reporting company and all other railroads operating over the crossing. Traffic Lanes. Number of highway traffic lanes not including shoulders or parking lanes. Train Accident. A collision, derailment, or other event involving the operation of railroad on-track equipment resulting in damages that exceed the reporting threshold. Train Incident. Any event involving the movement of railroad on-track equipment that results in a death, a reportable injury, or a reportable illness, but in which railroad property damage does not exceed the reporting threshold. Trespasser. Any person whose presence on railroad property used in railroad operations, is prohibited or unlawful. Truck Pullout Lane. A special lane designed to accommodate vehicles which are required to stop at a crossing. Type of Development. 1. Open space. An area that is undeveloped, sparsely developed, very lightly populated, or agricultural. 2. Residential. An area comprised of private residences. 3. Commercial. An area with retail stores, businesses, offices, and personal service offices. 4. Industrial. An area with manufacturing, construction, heavy products, factories, and warehouses. 5. Institutional. An area with schools, churches, hospitals, parks, and other community facilities. Urban Crossing. A crossing classification derived from the Functional Classification Code. Warning Device Category. At crossings which have more than one warning device, the warning category is determined by the following method: Highest 8) Gates2 7) Flashing lights3 6) Highway signals, wigwags or bells 5) Special warning devices 3) Stop signs 4) Crossbucks 2) Other signs Lowest 1) No signs or signals


Appendix B Reporting Forms FORMS Three separate forms may be required to properly report a highway-rail crossing accident/incident: FRA F 6180-57 Grade Crossing Accident/Incident Report FRA F 6180-55 Railroad Injury and Illness Summary FRA F 6180-54 Rail Equipment Accident/Incident Report For all reportable highway-rail crossing accidents/incidents, Form FRA F 6180-57 must be submitted by the carrier which has on-track equipment involved. If reportable casualties result, they must be individually reported on Form F 6180-55. If the accident resulted in more than $6,300 in damages to railroad on-track equipment, signals, track, track structures, or roadbed, Form FRA 6180-54 must also be submitted.


LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

ACC/INC - Accident/Incident
A/I - Accident/Incident
CONT - Contractor Employee
ENOD - Employee Not On Duty
EOD - Employee On Duty
FA - Federal Aid
HWY - Highway
INJ - Injury or Casualty
K - Thousands
KLD - Killed
LOCO(S) - Locomotive
MUTCD - Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
MV - Motor Vehicle
NONT - Non-Trespasser
PSGR - Passenger
SIG - Signal
TRES - Trespasser
VEH REG - Vehicles Registered


Appendix C

Table Correction From 1993

TABLE 4.  (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY STATE, 1993, CORRECTION


                       No. Of     -------Casualties------     Vehicles   --Per 10,000 Registration--
State                  Acc/Inc    Kld       Inj     Total   Registered   Acc/Inc       Kld     Inj. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Alabama..........       164        23        53        76    3,402,000       .48       .07       .16
Alaska...........         9       ---         4         4      512,000       .18       ---       .08
Arizona..........        26         2        10        12    2,861,000       .09       .01       .03
Arkansas.........       136        21        54        75    1,538,000       .88       .14       .35
California.......       152        29        39        68   23,082,000       .07       .01       .02
Colorado.........        53         7        21        28    2,983,000       .18       .02       .07
Connecticut......        10         1         4         5    2,605,000       .04       ---       .02
Delaware.........        10       ---         6         6      567,000       .18       ---       .11
Dist. of Columbia       ---       ---       ---       ---      264,000       ---       ---       ---

Florida..........       101        16        68        84   10,686,000       .09       .01       .06
Georgia..........       144        18        61        79    6,179,000       .23       .03       .10
Idaho............        43         6        13        19    1,065,000       .40       .06       .12
Illinois.........       257        41       102       143    8,192,000       .31       .05       .12
Indiana..........       270        33        88       121    4,717,000       .57       .07       .19
Iowa.............       125        10        44        54    2,898,000       .43       .03       .15
Kansas...........        97         5        32        37    2,012,000       .48       .02       .16
Kentucky.........        66         5        36        41    3,059,000       .22       .02       .12
Louisiana........       199        19        93       112    3,178,000       .63       .06       .29
Maine............         4       ---         1         1    1,005,000       .04       ---       .01

Maryland.........        12       ---         4         4    3,814,000       .03       ---       .01
Massachusetts....         9       ---       ---       ---    3,684,000       .02       ---       ---
Michigan.........       151        14        78        92    7,538,000       .20       .02       .10
Minnesota........       116        15        38        53    3,659,000       .32       .04       .10
Mississippi......       120        13        62        75    2,025,000       .59       .06       .31
Missouri.........       100        12        36        48    4,125,000       .24       .03       .09
Montana..........        22         8         6        14      955,000       .23       .08       .06
Nebraska.........        74        10        20        30    1,392,000       .53       .07       .14
Nevada...........       ---       ---       ---       ---      970,000       ---       ---       ---
New Hampshire....         3       ---       ---       ---      914,000       .03       ---       ---

New Jersey.......        44         2        29        31    5,764,000       .08       ---       .05
New Mexico.......        22         4        22        26    1,405,000       .16       .03       .16
New York.........        37         6        15        21    9,966,000       .04       .01       .02
North Carolina...       149        12        47        59    5,471,000       .27       .02       .09
North Dakota.....        36         7        16        23      684,000       .53       .10       .23
Ohio.............       252        40        92       132    9,413,000       .27       .04       .10
Oklahoma.........       116        12        61        73    2,844,000       .41       .04       .21
Oregon...........        39         6         8        14    2,713,000       .14       .02       .03
Pennsylvania.....        92         7        35        42    8,476,000       .11       .01       .04
Rhode Island.....       ---       ---       ---       ---      636,000       ---       ---       ---

South Carolina...        74        17        33        50    2,613,000       .28       .07       .13
South Dakota.....        29       ---        15        15      753,000       .39       ---       .20
Tennessee........        96         9        22        31    4,827,000       .20       .02       .05
Texas............       452        65       184       249   13,032,000       .35       .05       .14
Utah.............        25         5         5        10    1,301,000       .19       .04       .04
Vermont..........         2       ---         4         4      483,000       .04       ---       .08
Virginia.........        69         4        17        21    5,455,000       .13       .01       .03
Washington.......        55         4        11        15    4,556,000       .12       .01       .02
West Virginia....        28         1         8         9    1,297,000       .22       .01  s     .06
Wisconsin........       147         8        78        86    3,985,000       .37       .02       .20
Wyoming..........         3       ---         2         2      512,000       .06       ---       .04
Unknown..........       ---       ---       ---       ---          ---       ---       ---       ---

   Total.........     4,240       517     1,677     2,194  196,067,000       .22       .03       .09


  Note:  Vehicle registration figures are for 1993 and were supplied by
         the Federal Highway Administration.
         Registration figures for Hawaii are omitted because it does not
         have any reporting railroads.

Figures supplied by the Federal Highway Administration When cantilevered flashing lights are categorized separately, they are ranked eighth and gates are ranked ninth. ??