HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING
ACCIDENT/INCIDENT AND INVENTORY
BULLETIN

U. S. Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration

No. 18

CALENDAR YEAR 1995


NOTICE

This document is disseminated under the sponsorship of the Department of Transportation in the interest of the information exchange. The United States Government assumes no liability for its contents or use.

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


TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION				PAGE

INTRODUCTION		   1

RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROCEDURE CONSTANTS 	   2

	TABLE-S.	Summary of Highway-Rail Crossing
			  Accident Statistics for the Nation 	   3

HISTORICAL ACCIDENT TRENDS - DATA	   9

	TABLE 1.	Summary of Accidents/Incidents and
			  Casualties at Highway-Rail Crossings	 10

	TABLE 2.	Summary of Accidents/Incidents and
			  Accident Rates at Highway-Rail Crossings
			  Involving Motor Vehicles	 10

CURRENT YEAR ACCIDENT DATA
  AT PUBLIC CROSSINGS ONLY	 31

	TABLE 3.	Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail 
			  Crossings by State	 32

	TABLE 4.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by State	 33

	TABLE 5.	Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail by
			  Type of Motor Vehicle	 34

	TABLE 6.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by type of Consist	 35

	TABLE 7.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail 
			  Crossings by Warning Device by Railroad	 36

	TABLE 7A.	Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  by Railroad 	 37


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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	TABLE 8.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail 
			  Crossings by Warning Device by State	 38

	TABLE 9.	Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Highway User	 39

	TABLE 10.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Circumstance	 39

	TABLE 11.	Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail Crossings
			  by Type of Vehicle and Number of Occupants	 39

	TABLE 12.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Type of Vehicle, Circumstance
			  And Visibility	 40

	TABLE 13.	Casualties at Highway Crossings by Type
			  of Person Involved, Highway User, and
			  Circumstance	 41

	TABLE 14.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Speed of
			  Vehicle, Circumstance, and Visibility	 42

	TABLE 15.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Position and
			  Type of Vehicle	 42

	TABLE 16.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
			  at Highway-Rail Crossings by Speed
			  of Train, Circumstance, and Visibility	 43

	TABLE 17.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Railroad Equipment Involved,
			  Part of Train Struck, Circumstance
			  and Visibility	 44

	TABLE 18.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Train Speed and Type of Train	 44


TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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	TABLE 19.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Number of Cars
			  in Train and Type of Train	 44

	TABLE 20.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Length of
			  Consists and Visibility	 45

	TABLE 21.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
			  at Highway-Rail Crossings by Type
			  and Class of Track	 46

	TABLE 22.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties 
			  at Highway-Rail Crossings by Warning
			  Device and Motorist Action	 46

	TABLE 23.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Operational Status of
			  Warning Device, Circumstance, and
			  Visibility	 47

	TABLE 24.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings During Dusk and
			  Dark Hours by Illumination of Crossing and
			  Circumstance	 47

	TABLE 25.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at 
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Location and
			  Type of Warning Device, Circumstance 
			  and Visibility	 48

	TABLE 26.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Visibility and
			  Circumstance	 49

	TABLE 27.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail 
			  Crossings by Visibility and Circumstance	 49


TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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	TABLE 28.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Time of Day
			  and Circumstance	 50

	TABLE 29.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Month and
			  Circumstance	 50

	TABLE 30.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Weather Conditions,
			  Circumstance and Visibility	 51

	TABLE 31.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Obstruction of Motorist
			  View, Circumstance and Visibility	 51

	TABLE 32.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Motorist Action and Type
			  of Vehicle 	 51


HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSING INVENTORY
	DATA		 63

	TABLE 33.	Total Public and Private Crossings by
			  State and Type	 64

	TABLE 34.	Total Public and Private Crossings by
			  Railroad and Type	 65

	TABLE 35.	Total Crossings by State and Location:
			  Urban or Rural	 66

	TABLE 36.	Total Crossings by Number of Main and
			  Other Tracks	 67

	TABLE 37.	Total Crossings by Number of Tracks and
			  Warning Device Category	 67


TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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	TABLE 38.	Total Crossings by Number of Tracks
			  and Traffic Lanes	 67

	TABLE 39.	Total Crossings by Number of Tracks and
			  State	 68

	TABLE 40.	Total Crossings by Type of Highway 
			  System and State	 69

	TABLE 41.	Total Crossings by Highway System 
			  Group and State	 70

	TABLE 42.	Total Crossings by Functional Classification
			  of Road at Highway-Rail Crossings	 71

	TABLE 43.	Total Crossings by Number of Traffic
			  Lanes and State	 71

	TABLE 44.	Total Crossings by Number of Traffic
			  Lanes and Warning Device Category	 72

	TABLE 45.	Total Crossings by Warning Device 
			  Category and State	 72

	TABLE 46.	Total Crossings by Warning Device
			   Category and Railroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  73

	TABLE 47.	Total Crossings by Pavement Markings
			  and State	 74

	TABLE 48.	Total Crossings by Railroad Advance 
			  Warning and State	 75

	TABLE 49.	Total Crossings Meeting the Manual on 
			  Uniform Traffic Control Devices?
			  Standard for Crossbucks by State	 76



TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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	TABLE 50.	Total Crossings by Total Number of
			  Trains Per Day	 77

	TABLE 51.	Total Crossings by Number of Thru
			  Trains and Switching Trains Per Day	 77

	TABLE 52.	Total Crossings by Number of Day and
			  Night Trains Per Day	 77

	TABLE 53.	Total Crossings by Number of Trains Per
			  Day and Warning Device Category	 78

	TABLE 54.	Total Crossings by Number of Trains Per Day
			  and Annual Average Daily Traffic	 78

	TABLE 55.	Total Crossings by Maximum Timetable
			  Speed	 78

	TABLE 56.	Total Crossings by Typical Train
			  Speed Variation	 79

	TABLE 57.	Total Crossings by Annual Average
			  Daily Traffic	 79

	TABLE 58.	Total Crossings by Annual Average
			  Daily Traffic and Warning Device
			  Category	 79

	TABLE 59.	Total Crossings by Truck Traffic as a
			  Percentage of Annual Average 
			  Daily Traffic	 80

	TABLE 60.	Total Crossings by Crossing Surface	 81

	TABLE 61.	Total Crossings by Maximum Timetable
			  Speed, Warning Device Category and
			  Number of Tracks	 82



TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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SUMMARY OF ACCIDENT/INCIDENT AND
  INVENTORY DATA FOR PRIVATE CROSSINGS	 83

	TABLE 62.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Type
			  of Consist	 84

	TABLE 63.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by State
			  and Warning Device	 85

	TABLE 64.	Accidents/Incidents at Private Highway-Rail
			  Crossings by Highway User	 86

	TABLE 65.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Warning
			  Device Category and Motorist Action	 86

	TABLE 66.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Warning
			  Device Category and Motorist Action	 87

	TABLE 67.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private 
			  Highway-Rail Crossings by Railroad
			  and Warning Device Category	 88

	TABLE 68.	Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Private Highway-Rail Crossings by Railroad	 89

	TABLE 69.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties
			  at Private Highway-Rail Crossings by
			  Speed of Consist	 90

	TABLE 70.	MV Accidents/Incidents and Casualties at
			  Private Highway-Rail Crossings by Length
			  of Consist	 90


TABLE OF CONTENTS Cont. 

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	TABLE 71.	MV Accidents/Incidents at Private Highway-
			  Rail Crossings by Operational Status of
			  Warning Device, Circumstance and
			  Visibility	 91

	TABLE 72.	Private Crossings At-Grade by State and
			  Type Development	 92

	TABLE 73.	Private Crossings At-Grade by State and
			  Type Warning Device	 93

	TABLE 74.	Private Crossings At-Grade by Type
			  Development and Warning Device	 93

	TABLE 75.	Private Crossings At-Grade by Railroad and
			  Type Development	 94

	TABLE 76.	Private Crossings At-Grade by Railroad
			  and Type Warning Device	 95

APPENDIX A - REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
  AND DEFINITIONS	A-1

	APPENDIX B - REPORTING FORMS	B-1


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


INTRODUCTION

The eighteenth 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 crossings accidents/incidents at public crossings.

Summary of 1995 accidents/incidents that occurred at public crossings sites.

Physical and operational statistics for all public at-grade highway-rail crossings as described in the inventory on July 19, 1996.

Summary of 1995 accidents/incidents occurring at private highway-rail crossings and tabulations of private crossings in the inventory.

The tables and figures in Sections 1,2,3,5, and Appendix C furnish data on public highway-rail crossings; although tables 33 and 34 in Section 4 include counts of the number of private crossings. The majority of the accident tables and charts shown in this bulletin provide information on motor vehicle accidents. Those tables and figures 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 VEHICLE		NON-MOTOR VEHICLES
YEAR	ACCI	FATAL	    INJ		ACCI	FATAL	    INJ		ACCI	FATAL       INJ
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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


1995

PUBLIC	4,153	524	1,754		3,972	    455	1,696		181	     69	     58
PRIVATE	  480        55	  140		  444	     53	  129		 36	      2	    11

TOTAL	4,633	579	1,894		4,416	    508	1,825		217	     71	     69

( D A T A )

HISTORICAL ACCIDENT TRENDS FOR PUBLIC CROSSINGS ONLY


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


										CASUALTIES
		NUMBER OF			TOTAL		. . . . . . . . . . .	         PER
YEAR		ACCIDENTS	KILLED	INJURED	CASUALTIES	   ACCIDENT	
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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
1995		   4,153		  524		   1,754		      2,278	       0.55



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
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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			         198,045			        21.69
1995		     3,972			         200,4462			        19.81


( D A T A )

OVERVIEW OF CURRENT YEAR AT PUBLIC CROSSINGS ONLY


TABLE 3.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY STATE, 1995

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

Alabama..........        168        16      3.05         84      4.79        100      4.39
Alaska...........          3       ---       ---          5       .29          5       .22
Arizona..........         34         2       .38         10       .57         12       .53
Arkansas.........        150        22      4.20         68      3.88         90      3.95
California.......        169        25      4.77         58      3.31         83      3.64
Colorado.........         53        10      1.91         30      1.71         40      1.76
Connecticut......          6         1       .19          4       .23          5       .22
Delaware.........          3       ---       ---          1       .06          1       .04
Dist. of Columbia        ---       ---       ---        ---       ---        ---       ---

Florida..........         88        22      4.20         50      2.85         72      3.16
Georgia..........        147        16      3.05         65      3.71         81      3.56
Idaho............         33         7      1.34         15       .86         22       .97
Illinois.........        268        47      8.97        130      7.41        177      7.77
Indiana..........        255        29      5.53         89      5.07        118      5.18
Iowa.............        118         8      1.53         67      3.82         75      3.29
Kansas...........         92        14      2.67         42      2.39         56      2.46
Kentucky.........         87         6      1.15         43      2.45         49      2.15
Louisiana........        205        28      5.34         97      5.53        125      5.49
Maine............          6       ---       ---          3       .17          3       .13
 
Maryland.........         11       ---       ---          6       .34          6       .26
Massachusetts....         13         1       .19        ---       ---          1       .04
Michigan.........        126         5       .95         67      3.82         72      3.16
Minnesota........        139        17      3.24         29      1.65         46      2.02
Mississippi......        146        29      5.53         46      2.62         75      3.29
Missouri.........        113        22      4.20         50      2.85         72      3.16
Montana..........         13         4       .76          4       .23          8       .35
Nebraska.........         71         7      1.34         26      1.48         33      1.45
Nevada...........          5         1       .19          2       .11          3       .13
New Hamshire.....          4       ---       ---          2       .11          2       .09

New Jersey.......         20         4       .76          2       .11          6       .26
New Mexico.......         15         4       .76         10       .57         14       .61
New York.........         42         8      1.53         10       .57         18       .79
North Carolina...        122        10      1.91         38      2.17         48      2.11
North Dakota.....         34         6      1.15         17       .97         23      1.01
Ohio.............        220        34      6.49         79      4.50        113      4.96
Oklahoma.........        108        15      2.86         63      3.59         78      3.42
Oregon...........         29         3       .57          5       .29          8       .35
Pennsylvania.....         70         9      1.72         12       .68         21       .92
Rhode Island.....          1       ---       ---          1       .06          1       .04
 
South Carolina...         99         6      1.15         62      3.53         68      2.99
South Dakota.....         41         4       .76         15       .86         19       .83
Tennessee........         91        11      2.10         30      1.71         41      1.80
Texas............        423        48      9.16        207     11.80        255     11.19
Utah.............         30         7      1.34         14       .80         21       .92
Vermont..........          3       ---       ---          2       .11          2       .09
Virginia.........         57         5       .95         13       .74         18       .79
Washington.......         50         1       .19         12       .68         13       .57
West Virginia....         33         1       .19          9       .51         10       .44
Wisconsin........        132         9      1.72         59      3.36         68      2.99
Wyoming..........          7       ---       ---          1       .06          1       .04
Unknown..........        ---       ---       ---        ---       ---        ---       ---

   Total.........      4,153       524    100.00      1,754    100.00      2,278    100.00





TABLE 4.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
 BY STATE, 1995


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

Alabama..........       164        15        83        98       31,600     51.90      4.75     26.27
Alaska...........         3       ---         5         5        5,690      5.27       ---      8.79
Arizona..........        27       ---         9         9       28,270      9.55       ---      3.18
Arkansas.........       149        22        68        90       16,310     91.35     13.49     41.69
California.......       156        16        54        70      229,160      6.81       .70      2.36
Colorado.........        53        10        30        40       27,760     19.09      3.60     10.81
Connecticut......         6         1         4         5       26,310      2.28       .38      1.52
Delaware.........         3       ---         1         1        6,010      4.99       ---      1.66
Dist. of Columbia       ---       ---       ---       ---        2,430       ---       ---       ---

Florida..........        80        17        45        62      107,340      7.45      1.58      4.19
Georgia..........       138        13        61        74       62,370     22.13      2.08      9.78
Idaho............        32         7        15        22       10,800     29.63      6.48     13.89
Illinois.........       251        40       124       164       91,120     27.55      4.39     13.61
Indiana..........       247        25        89       114       51,260     48.19      4.88     17.36
Iowa.............       114         6        67        73       29,430     38.74      2.04     22.77
Kansas...........        89        13        41        54       21,870     40.70      5.94     18.75
Kentucky.........        84         6        41        47       27,090     31.01      2.21     15.13
Louisiana........       201        26        96       122       35,120     57.23      7.40     27.33
Maine............         6       ---         3         3        9,610      6.24       ---      3.12

Maryland.........        10       ---         5         5       36,640      2.73       ---      1.36
Massachusetts....        12         1       ---         1       41,600      2.88       .24       ---
Michigan.........       120         4        64        68       77,770     15.43       .51      8.23
Minnesota........       128        15        27        42       42,470     30.14      3.53      6.36
Mississippi......       145        29        46        75       21,290     68.11     13.62     21.61
Missouri.........       107        19        49        68       43,590     24.55      4.36     11.24
Montana..........        12         4         3         7        9,780     12.27      4.09      3.07
Nebraska.........        63         4        24        28       14,920     42.23      2.68     16.09
Nevada...........         5         1         2         3       10,340      4.84       .97      1.93
New Hamshire.....         4       ---         2         2       10,310      3.88       ---      1.94

New Jersey.......        17         2         2         4       59,670      2.85       .34       .34
New Mexico.......        15         4        10        14       14,860     10.09      2.69      6.73
New York.........        38         4        10        14      103,710      3.66       .39       .96
North Carolina...       119         9        37        46       54,910     21.67      1.64      6.74
North Dakota.....        29         5        13        18        7,080     40.96      7.06     18.36
Ohio.............       207        32        73       105      100,320     20.63      3.19      7.28
Oklahoma.........       105        15        61        76       28,710     36.57      5.22     21.25
Oregon...........        26       ---         5         5       29,430      8.83       ---      1.70
Pennsylvania.....        68         7        12        19       87,920      7.73       .80      1.36
Rhode Island.....         1       ---         1         1        7,190      1.39       ---      1.39

South Carolina...        98         5        61        66       27,730     35.34      1.80     22.00
South Dakota.....        39         4        14        18        7,890     49.43      5.07     17.74
Tennessee........        87        10        30        40       51,680     16.83      1.93      5.80
Texas............       408        42       202       244      139,110     29.33      3.02     14.52
Utah.............        30         7        14        21       14,770     20.31      4.74      9.48
Vermont..........         2       ---         2         2        5,090      3.93       ---      3.93
Virginia.........        56         5        12        17       56,600      9.89       .88      2.12
Washington.......        48         1        11        12       47,100     10.19       .21      2.34
West Virginia....        33         1         9        10       15,110     21.84       .66      5.96
Wisconsin........       130         8        58        66       41,210     31.55      1.94     14.07
Wyoming..........         7       ---         1         1        5,120     13.67       ---      1.95
Unknown..........       ---       ---       ---       ---          ---       ---       ---       ---

   Total.........     3,972       455     1,696     2,151    2,033,470     19.53      2.24      8.34


  Note:  Vehicle registration figures are for 1995 and were supplied by the Federal Highway Administration.
         Registration figures for Hawaii are ommitted because it does not
         have any reporting railroads.




TABLE 5.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, 
BY TYPE OF MOTOR VEHICLE, 1995



                   ---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..........   116   12    56     31    2     18    16     1     9   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Alaska...........     3  ---     5    ---  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arizona..........    18  ---     7      8  ---      2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arkansas.........    78   10    38     46    9     24    24     2     6   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
California.......   100   10    41     39    4     13    15     1   ---     1   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Colorado.........    35   10    21     10  ---      6     8   ---     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Connecticut......     4    1     2      1  ---    ---     1   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Delaware.........     1  ---   ---      1  ---      1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Dist. of Columbia   ---  ---   ---    ---  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Florida..........    49    6    10     19    6      4     9     1   ---     1     4     1      1   ---    29     1   ---     1
Georgia..........    78    8    32     31    4     18    29     1    11   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Idaho............    15    4     9     11    3      5     6   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Illinois.........   164   22    65     64   11     22    19   ---     6   ---   ---   ---      2     7    29     2   ---     2
Indiana..........   169   16    59     55    8     19    22     1    10   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Iowa.............    80    5    50     27    1     14     7   ---     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Kansas...........    54    8    27     24    4     13    11     1     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Kentucky.........    56    5    29     21    1      8     7   ---     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Louisiana........   119   12    64     62    9     21    19     4    11   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Maine............     5  ---     2      1  ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Maryland.........     3  ---     1      6  ---      3     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Massachusetts....     8    1   ---      4  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Michigan.........    80    2    40     35    2     23     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Minnesota........    78   11    17     37    2     10    13     2   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Mississippi......    91   24    34     38    4      9    16     1     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Missouri.........    66   15    32     32    4     13     8   ---     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Montana..........     6    1     3      5    3    ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Nebraska.........    35    3    17     17  ---      6    11     1     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Nevada...........     2    1   ---      2  ---      2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Hamshire.....     4  ---     2    ---  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......    11    2     1      1  ---    ---     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Mexico.......    11    4     8      3  ---      1     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New York.........    25    3     8      8    1      2     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
North Carolina...    78    4    22     25    3      9    15     1     6   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
North Dakota.....    15    3     8     12    2      5     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Ohio.............   148   23    59     47    9     11    11   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Oklahoma.........    66   11    41     28    3     17    11     1     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Oregon...........    15  ---     2      8  ---      3     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Pennsylvania.....    48    5     9      8    1      1    11     1     2     1   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Rhode Island.....     1  ---     1    ---  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...    62    5    19     18  ---      5    18   ---    37   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
South Dakota.....    24    1     8      9    2      3     5   ---     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Tennessee........    58    8    24     16    2      5    13   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Texas............   235   27   131    145   13     67    28     2     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Utah.............    16    6     9     10    1      4     4   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Vermont..........   ---  ---   ---      1  ---    ---     1   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    41    4     7     10    1      4     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Washington.......    28  ---     6     12    1      3     8   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
West Virginia....    18  ---     6     10    1      3     5   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Wisconsin........    84    6    41     35    1     15    10   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     1     1   ---
Wyoming..........     4  ---   ---      2  ---      1     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---  ---   ---    ---  ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 2,505  299 1,073  1,035  118    414   412    21   143     3     4     1      3     7    58    14     6     7






TABLE 6.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE OF CONSIST, 1995


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

Alabama..........   148    11    74     2   ---     3     6   ---     3      8     4     3
Alaska...........     1   ---     3     1   ---     2     1   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Arizona..........    15   ---     2     1   ---   ---     6   ---     6      5   ---     1
Arkansas.........   121    22    50     3   ---     6     8   ---     1     17   ---    11
California.......    94    10    30    35     5    12    11   ---     3     16     1     9
Colorado.........    38    10    17     3   ---   ---     6   ---     5      6   ---     8
Connecticut......     2     1   ---     3   ---     4   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
Delaware.........     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1
Dist. of Columbia   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

Florida..........    56    13    10    12     4     4     7   ---   ---      5   ---    31
Georgia..........   109    11    51     4     2   ---    14   ---     3     11   ---     7
Idaho............    24     7    14     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1      5   ---   ---
Illinois.........   161    21    73    49    18    38    18     1     4     23   ---     9
Indiana..........   207    23    79     8     2   ---    13   ---     3     19   ---     7
Iowa.............    81     6    53   ---   ---   ---    14   ---     3     19   ---    11
Kansas...........    73    12    36     1   ---   ---     8     1     3      7   ---     2
Kentucky.........    70     5    34     1   ---     1     4     1     1      9   ---     5
Louisiana........   155    19    82     4     5     1    18   ---     5     24     2     8
Maine............     2   ---     2     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      2   ---     1

Maryland.........     8   ---     4   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1    ---   ---   ---
Massachusetts....     6   ---   ---     5     1   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
Michigan.........   101     4    53     2   ---   ---     9   ---     3      8   ---     8
Minnesota........    91    13    22   ---   ---   ---    15     1     2     22     1     3
Mississippi......   114    28    40     8     1     3    11   ---     2     12   ---     1
Missouri.........    88    16    38     3     3     1     7   ---     2      9   ---     8
Montana..........     5     4     1   ---   ---   ---     4   ---   ---      3   ---     2
Nebraska.........    52     3    24     3   ---   ---     5   ---   ---      3     1   ---
Nevada...........     5     1     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
New Hamshire.....     4   ---     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......     9   ---     1     2     2   ---     3   ---     1      3   ---   ---
New Mexico.......    12     2    10     2     2   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
New York.........    24     2     5    11     2     5     2   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
North Carolina...    86     7    31    12     2     1    10   ---     1     11   ---     4
North Dakota.....    22     5    10   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1      3   ---     2
Ohio.............   186    31    72     1   ---   ---     8     1   ---     12   ---     1
Oklahoma.........    94    15    59   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1      6   ---     1
Oregon...........    19   ---     5     2   ---   ---     2   ---   ---      3   ---   ---
Pennsylvania.....    52     5    10     4   ---     1     4   ---   ---      8     2     1
Rhode Island.....     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...    79     4    24     3     1    32    10   ---     4      6   ---     1
South Dakota.....    30     4    11   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     2      5   ---     1
Tennessee........    65    10    21   ---   ---   ---    16   ---     9      6   ---   ---
Texas............   316    36   156    10     3     5    47     3    19     35   ---    22
Utah.............    21     4    13     2     3   ---     5   ---   ---      2   ---     1
Vermont..........     1   ---   ---     1   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    39     4     7     3     1   ---     2   ---   ---     12   ---     5
Washington.......    31   ---     7     2   ---     1     7   ---   ---      8     1     3
West Virginia....    24     1     5     3   ---     1     1   ---   ---      5   ---     3
Wisconsin........    88     7    46     2     1   ---    20   ---     7     20   ---     5
Wyoming..........     6   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 3,037   377 1,291   210    58   123   340     8    96    385    12   186


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






TABLE 7.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WARNING DEVICE, 1995


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

Alaska Railroad Corp.                        ---         2       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         3
Alton & Southern Railroad                    ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1
Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)       65        18         1       ---        34         6         3         1       128
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.     61        39         1         1        76         4       ---       ---       182
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                    4       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---         5
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.            ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.             ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.              73       116         3       ---       169        85       ---       ---       446
Chicago And North Western Transp.             45        21         4       ---        62        12       ---         2       146
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.        1        11         8       ---         9       ---       ---       ---        29
Consolidated Rail Corp.                       61        52         7         4        48        15       ---        14       201
CSX Transp.                                   88       146         7        14       230        45         1         5       536
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad         ---         3       ---       ---        10         2       ---       ---        15
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.               1         3       ---       ---         3       ---       ---       ---         7
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.     7         4       ---         2         7         1       ---       ---        21
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.     ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         1
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.        ---         4       ---       ---         3         2       ---       ---         9
Florida East Coast Railway Co.                20       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---        21
Gateway Western Railway                        2         3       ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---         6
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.              17        14       ---       ---         4        10       ---       ---        45
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.            3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         3
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                  5        37         4       ---        34         3       ---         3        86
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.              13         4       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        17
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.               9        52         4         1       119         1       ---       ---       186
Long Island Rail Road                          7       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---         8
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.              3         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         4
Montana Rail Link                              1       ---       ---       ---         3         4       ---       ---         8
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations             2         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         3
Norfolk Southern Corp.                       125       161         1         5       199        85       ---         6       582
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail     10         2       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---        13
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.             ---         2         1       ---         2         1       ---       ---         6
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.             ---         1       ---       ---         2       ---       ---       ---         3
Port Authority Trans Hudson                  ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                  2         1       ---       ---         2       ---       ---       ---         5
Soo Line Railroad Co.                         11        19         2         1        20        12       ---         1        66
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.              3         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         4
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                  84        28         6         3        66         2       ---       ---       189
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.    ---       ---       ---       ---         5       ---       ---       ---         5
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.               1         3       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         4
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.            12        17       ---         1        36         1       ---       ---        67
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis        ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         1
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                    ---         1       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         2
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                   103       100         3         8       182        54         2         6       458
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)          ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.             ---         3       ---       ---        15       ---       ---       ---        18
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                         6        31         1       ---        26        13       ---       ---        77
All Other Railroads.......................    36        98        13        10       161        32         3         1       354

   Total..................................   881     1,001        66        53     1,531       391        10        39     3,972


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

        The totals on this table are slightly higher than those shown on other tables. The reporting rules require that when an          Amtrak train is being operated by a crew of another railroad, both Amtrak and the operating carrier must make a
        report of an accident/incident.  In all other tables these accidents/incidents are only counted once.




TABLE 7A.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY RAILROAD, 1995

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

Alaska Railroad Corp.                         3       ---       5       ---        ---       ---         3       ---       5
Alton & Southern Railroad                     1       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         1       ---     ---
Amtrak (Nat'l Railroad Passenger Corp.)     128        41      62        10          8         2       138        49      64
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.   182        36      76        11          2         6       193        38      82
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                 1       ---       2       ---        ---       ---         1       ---       2
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                   5       ---       1       ---        ---       ---         5       ---       1
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.           ---       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.            ---       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.            446        69     161        28          8        12       474        77     173
Chicago And North Western Transp.           146        15      85         7          6         2       153        21      87
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.      29       ---      18         2        ---       ---        31       ---      18
Consolidated Rail Corp.                     201        27      50        11          7         1       212        34      51
CSX Transp.                                 536        65     247        16          4        10       552        69     257
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad         15         1      10         2        ---         1        17         1      11
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.              7       ---       2       ---        ---       ---         7       ---       2
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.   21         1      15       ---        ---       ---        21         1      15
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.      1       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         1       ---     ---
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.         9       ---       3       ---        ---       ---         9       ---       3
Florida East Coast Railway Co.               21         4       5         5          2         2        26         6       7
Gateway Western Railway                       6       ---       1       ---        ---       ---         6       ---       1
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.             45         3      24         2        ---         1        47         3      25
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.           3         1       2       ---        ---       ---         3         1       2
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                86         7      38         2        ---         2        88         7      40
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.             17       ---       8       ---        ---       ---        17       ---       8
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.            186        12      91         2          1       ---       188        13      91
Long Island Rail Road                         8         1       2         3          3       ---        11         4       2
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.             4       ---       5       ---        ---       ---         4       ---       5
Montana Rail Link                             8         1       3         1        ---       ---         9         1       3
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations            3         2     ---         3          2       ---         6         4     ---
Norfolk Southern Corp.                      582        59     193        26          7        11       608        66     204
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail    13         3       1         2          1         1        15         4       2
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.              6       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         6       ---     ---
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.              3       ---       1         1        ---       ---         4       ---       1
Port Authority Trans Hudson                 ---       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                 5       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         5       ---     ---
Soo Line Railroad Co.                        66         3      28         7          2         1        73         5      29
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.             4       ---       1       ---        ---       ---         4       ---       1
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                189        19      85        12          5         2       201        24      87
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.     5       ---       1       ---        ---       ---         5       ---       1
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.              4         1     ---         1        ---       ---         5         1     ---
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.           67         9      33         4          4         4        71        13      37
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis         1       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         1       ---     ---
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                     2       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---         2       ---     ---
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                  458        60     229        10          5       ---       468        65     229
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)         ---       ---     ---       ---        ---       ---       ---       ---     ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.             18       ---      10         1        ---       ---        19       ---      10
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                       77         5      45         1        ---       ---        78         5      45
All Other Railroads......................   354        10     153        11          2       ---       365        12     153
    
   Total................................. 3,972       455   1,696       181         69        58     4,153       524   1,754


  Note:  A/I totals on this table are slightly higher than those shown on other tables.  The reporting rules require that when an           Amtrak train is being operated by a crew of another railroad, both Amtrak and the operating carrier must make a report of           an accident/incident.  In all other tables these accidents/incidents are only counted once.





TABLE 8.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, 
AT WARNING DEVICE BY STATE, 1995


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

Alabama..........     15         30          1          3         75         37        ---          3        164
Alaska...........    ---          2        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          3
Arizona..........      5         15        ---        ---          7        ---        ---        ---         27
Arkansas.........     16         35          3        ---         77         17        ---          1        149
California.......     91         21          5          4         27          7        ---          1        156
Colorado.........     11         10          3        ---         23          6        ---        ---         53
Connecticut......      1          3        ---        ---          1          1        ---        ---          6
Delaware.........    ---          1          1        ---        ---        ---        ---          1          3
Dist. of Columbia    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

Florida..........     45         14          1          1         16          1          1          1         80
Georgia..........     48         15        ---          3         44         27        ---          1        138
Idaho............      1          4        ---          1          4         21          1        ---         32
Illinois.........    107         67          4          1         62          5        ---          5        251
Indiana..........     50         75          4          2         73         38        ---          5        247
Iowa.............     16         25          7          1         54         11        ---        ---        114
Kansas...........     14         16        ---          1         54          2          1          1         89
Kentucky.........      8         42          1        ---         29          3        ---          1         84
Louisiana........     25         62          8          1         98          6        ---          1        201
Maine............    ---          3        ---        ---          2          1        ---        ---          6

Maryland.........      2          1        ---          2          4        ---        ---          1         10
Massachusetts....      4          6        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          2         12
Michigan.........     24         34          3        ---         39         19          1        ---        120
Minnesota........     17         26        ---          2         38         44        ---          1        128
Mississippi......      6         52          2          3         69         12        ---          1        145
Missouri.........     17         27          2        ---         49         11        ---          1        107
Montana..........      2        ---        ---        ---          3          7        ---        ---         12
Nebraska.........     18          7        ---          1         29          6          1          1         63
Nevada...........      2        ---        ---        ---          2          1        ---        ---          5
New Hamshire.....      1          2        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          4

New Jersey.......      4          9        ---          1          3        ---        ---        ---         17
New Mexico.......      2          3        ---        ---         10        ---        ---        ---         15
New York.........     25          3          1          1          5          2          1        ---         38
North Carolina...     35         18        ---          1         59          3        ---          3        119
North Dakota.....      4          2        ---          1         13          9        ---        ---         29
Ohio.............     32         49          3          6        100         15          2        ---        207
Oklahoma.........      6         38          2        ---         54          5        ---        ---        105
Oregon...........      9          5        ---        ---          8          4        ---        ---         26
Pennsylvania.....     18         23          1          2         20          1        ---          3         68
Rhode Island.....    ---          1        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          1

South Carolina...     12         30        ---        ---         47          9        ---        ---         98
South Dakota.....    ---          7        ---        ---         19         13        ---        ---         39
Tennessee........     13         36          4        ---         30          4        ---        ---         87
Texas............    115         93          2          7        171         20        ---        ---        408
Utah.............     10          4        ---          2          8          3          2          1         30
Vermont..........    ---          1        ---        ---          1        ---        ---        ---          2
Virginia.........     15         18          1          5         14          3        ---        ---         56
Washington.......     13          8          1          1         24          1        ---        ---         48
West Virginia....      8          8          1        ---         13        ---        ---          3         33
Wisconsin........     13         48          5        ---         48         15        ---          1        130
Wyoming..........      1          2        ---        ---          3          1        ---        ---          7
Unknown..........    ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---

   Total.........    881      1,001         66         53      1,531        391         10         39      3,972


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





TABLE 9.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY HIGHWAY USER, 1995



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

Automobile.......     2,505     60.32       299     57.06     1,073     61.17       231       736
Truck............     1,035     24.92       118     22.52       414     23.60        98       318
Truck-trailer....       412      9.92        21      4.01       143      8.15        19        77
Bus..............         3       .07         4       .76         1       .06         1       ---
School bus.......         3       .07         7      1.34        58      3.31         1         1
Motorcycle.......        14       .34         6      1.15         7       .40         6         7
Pedestrian.......        73      1.76        47      8.97        27      1.54        45        25
Other............       108      2.60        22      4.20        31      1.77        18        22

   Total.........     4,153    100.00       524    100.00     1,754    100.00       419     1,186





TABLE 10.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CIRCUMSTANCE, 1995



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

Struck by consist     2,947     74.19       391     85.93     1,197     70.58       302       769
Ran into consist.     1,025     25.81        64     14.07       499     29.42        54       370

   Total.........     3,972    100.00       455    100.00     1,696    100.00       356     1,139





 TABLE 11.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS BY
TYPE OF VEHICLE AND NUMBER OF OCCUPANTS, 1995


                               # 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...       2,505     3,221       1.29       299       .12     1,051       .42   6,806,817      2,717
            Truck........       1,035     1,206       1.17       117       .11       387       .37   4,247,201      4,104
            Truck-trailer         412       388        .94        21       .05        67       .16   4,720,707     11,458
            Bus..........           3         6       2.00         4      1.33         1       .33      25,000      8,333
            School bus...           3        65      21.67         7      2.33        58     19.33      40,000     13,333
            Motorcycle...          14        13        .93         6       .43         7       .50      36,950      2,639
          Total                 3,972     4,899       1.23       454       .11     1,571       .40  15,876,675      3,997


       





  TABLE 12.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CIRCUMSTANCE, 1995



                  -----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.......    46     3    12   993   154   453    74    14    38    702    89   239
Truck............    21     1     5   522    80   194    26     8     7    186    11    67
Truck-trailer....     9   ---     4   306    20    79     9   ---   ---     43   ---    37
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---     2     4     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
School bus.......     2     7    29     1   ---    29   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     3   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

   Total.........    78    11    50 1,828   258   759   109    22    45    932   100   343

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.......    16   ---     8   296    19   142    21   ---    10    357    20   171
Truck............     7   ---     2   154     5    75     8   ---     4    111    13    60
Truck-trailer....   ---   ---   ---    29   ---    12     1   ---     1     15     1    10
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---     3     2     1     2     1     1      5     3     2

   Total.........    23   ---    10   482    26   230    32     1    16    488    37   243

G R A N D  T O T A L

Automobile.......    62     3    20 1,289   173   595    95    14    48  1,059   109   410
Truck............    28     1     7   676    85   269    34     8    11    297    24   127
Truck-trailer....     9   ---     4   335    20    91    10   ---     1     58     1    47
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---     2     4     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
School bus.......     2     7    29     1   ---    29   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---     7     2     4     2     1     1      5     3     2

   Total.........   101    11    60 2,310   284   989   141    23    61  1,420   137   586





TABLE 13.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE OF PERSON, 1995

                   ---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.......   ---    18   ---   ---   ---    ---   189    614    71   109   ---     1   260    742  1,815
Truck............   ---    20   ---   ---   ---      2    81    210    19    41   ---   ---   100    273    755
Truck-trailer....   ---    40   ---     3   ---     28    18     45     2     4   ---   ---    20    120    367
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     3      1     1   ---   ---   ---     4      1      3
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     7     58   ---   ---   ---   ---     7     58      3
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---      2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      3      4
Pedestrian.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    10     10    36    14   ---   ---    46     24     69
Other............     1     6   ---   ---   ---    ---    11     20     9     4   ---   ---    21     30    102

   Total.........     1    84   ---     3   ---     30   319    960   138   173   ---     1   458  1,251  3,118

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.......   ---     4   ---   ---   ---    ---    33    293     6    34   ---   ---    39    331    690
Truck............   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    ---    15    119     3    17   ---   ---    18    141    280
Truck-trailer....   ---     5   ---   ---   ---    ---     1     13   ---     5   ---   ---     1     23     45
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    ---
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    ---
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     6      3   ---     1   ---   ---     6      4     10
Pedestrian.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    ---     1     3   ---   ---     1      3      4
Other............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     1      1   ---   ---   ---   ---     1      1      6

   Total.........   ---    14   ---   ---   ---    ---    56    429    10    60   ---   ---    66    503  1,035
 
G R A N D  T O T A L

Automobile.......   ---    22   ---   ---   ---    ---   222    907    77   143   ---     1   299  1,073  2,505
Truck............   ---    25   ---   ---   ---      2    96    329    22    58   ---   ---   118    414  1,035
Truck-trailer....   ---    45   ---     3   ---     28    19     58     2     9   ---   ---    21    143    412
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     3      1     1   ---   ---   ---     4      1      3
School bus.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     7     58   ---   ---   ---   ---     7     58      3
Motorcycle.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---     6      5   ---     2   ---   ---     6      7     14
Pedestrian.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    10     10    37    17   ---   ---    47     27     73
Other............     1     6   ---   ---   ---    ---    12     21     9     4   ---   ---    22     31    108

   Total.........     1    98   ---     3   ---     30   375  1,389   148   233   ---     1   524  1,754  4,153


  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 PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY VEHICLE SPEED, CIRCUMSTANCE, AND VISIBILITY, 1995


                    -----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.........    31     7    34    585    23   152    35     3    12    395     8    77  1,046    41   275
1-9..............    15     1     5    464    73   211    23     6    12    150     9    70    652    89   298
10-19............     7   ---     4    349    76   139    24    11     8    163    33    78    543   120   229
20-29............    11     3     2    160    31   109    14   ---     5     87    13    45    272    47   161
30-39............     4   ---     1    107    21    68     3     1     3     51    14    36    165    36   108
40-49............     2   ---     1     43     9    24     3   ---   ---     34     7    16     82    16    41
50-59............     2   ---   ---     28    10    17   ---   ---   ---      7    11     4     37    21    21
60 and over......     1   ---     1      2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      3     1   ---      6     1     2
Unknown..........     5   ---     2     90    15    38     7     1     5     42     4    17    144    20    62

   Total.........    78    11    50  1,828   258   759   109    22    45    932   100   343  2,947   391 1,197

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..............     8   ---     3     95   ---    20     7   ---     1     81   ---    18    191   ---    42
10-19............     3   ---     2     95     1    36    12   ---     5    112     2    43    222     3    86
20-29............     1   ---   ---     91     4    54     2   ---   ---     71     3    36    165     7    90
30-39............     8   ---     3     66     1    24     1   ---   ---     88     7    36    163     8    63
40-49............   ---   ---   ---     55     7    45     4   ---     4     55     6    49    114    13    98
50-59............     2   ---     1     35     7    25     1   ---     2     29    10    25     67    17    53
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---     10     4     6   ---   ---   ---     13     7    12     23    11    18
Unknown..........     1   ---     1     35     2    20     5     1     4     39     2    24     80     5    49

   Total.........    23   ---    10    482    26   230    32     1    16    488    37   243  1,025    64   499
 
G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........    31     7    34    585    23   152    35     3    12    395     8    77  1,046    41   275
1-9..............    23     1     8    559    73   231    30     6    13    231     9    88    843    89   340
10-19............    10   ---     6    444    77   175    36    11    13    275    35   121    765   123   315
20-29............    12     3     2    251    35   163    16   ---     5    158    16    81    437    54   251
30-39............    12   ---     4    173    22    92     4     1     3    139    21    72    328    44   171
40-49............     2   ---     1     98    16    69     7   ---     4     89    13    65    196    29   139
50-59............     4   ---     1     63    17    42     1   ---     2     36    21    29    104    38    74
60 and over......     1   ---     1     12     4     7   ---   ---   ---     16     8    12     29    12    20
Unknown..........     6   ---     3    125    17    58    12     2     9     81     6    41    224    25   111

   Total.........   101    11    60  2,310   284   989   141    23    61  1,420   137   586  3,972   455 1,696







TABLE 15.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY POSITION AND TYPE OF VEHICLE, 1995


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

Automobile.......   244     4    33   460    20   119 1,801   275   921
Truck............    78     1    11   152     9    37   805   108   366
Truck-trailer....    37   ---    38    70   ---     7   305    21    98
Bus..............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     2     4     1
School bus.......     1   ---   ---     1     7    29     1   ---    29
Motorcycle.......     1   ---   ---     1   ---     1    12     6     6

   Total.........   361     5    82   685    36   193 2,926   414 1,421





TABLE 16.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CONSIST SPEED, CIRCUMSTANCE, AND VISIBILITY, 1995



                   -----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..............    12   ---    ---    285   ---    42     26    ---     5   179     3    46    502     3    93
10-19............    10   ---      3    243     2    51     15    ---     1   139   ---    39    407     2    94
20-29............    16     1      4    282     7   155     15      2     8   159     6    80    472    16   247
30-39............    13   ---      4    329    33   174     20      8    13   166    18    61    528    59   252
40-49............    16   ---      6    404   102   218     18      4    11   168    46    56    606   152   291
50-59............     5   ---      3    182    81    78     11      7     6    75    14    21    273   102   108
60-69............     4     8     30     72    20    32      1      1   ---    32     8     4    109    37    66
70-79............     2     2    ---     30    13     9      3    ---     1    14     5    36     49    20    46
80-89............   ---   ---    ---      1   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
90 and over......   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

   Total.........    78    11     50  1,828   258   759    109     22    45   932   100   343  2,947   391 1,197

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.........     2   ---    ---     12   ---     5    ---    ---   ---    84     1    45     98     1    50
1-9..............     4   ---      1    119     2    34      9    ---     3   145     5    60    277     7    98
10-19............     6   ---      3     81   ---    38      6    ---     6    94    15    49    187    15    96
20-29............   ---   ---    ---     83     1    49      6      1     2    61     2    34    150     4    85
30-39............     4   ---      2     73     6    49      4    ---     1    37     4    21    118    10    73
40-49............     4   ---      2     78     8    37      5    ---     2    43     5    25    130    13    66
50-59............     2   ---      1     24     5     9      1    ---     2    13     2     5     40     7    17
60-69............   ---   ---    ---      6     2     5    ---    ---   ---     8     2     2     14     4     7
70-79............     1   ---      1      5   ---     2      1    ---   ---     3     1     2     10     1     5
80-89............   ---   ---    ---      1     2     2    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1     2     2
90 and over......   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

   Total.........    23   ---     10    482    26   230     32      1    16   488    37   243  1,025    64   499
   
G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........     2   ---    ---     12   ---     5    ---    ---   ---    84     1    45     98     1    50
1-9..............    16   ---      1    404     2    76     35    ---     8   324     8   106    779    10   191
10-19............    16   ---      6    324     2    89     21    ---     7   233    15    88    594    17   190
20-29............    16     1      4    365     8   204     21      3    10   220     8   114    622    20   332
30-39............    17   ---      6    402    39   223     24      8    14   203    22    82    646    69   325
40-49............    20   ---      8    482   110   255     23      4    13   211    51    81    736   165   357
50-59............     7   ---      4    206    86    87     12      7     8    88    16    26    313   109   125
60-69............     4     8     30     78    22    37      1      1   ---    40    10     6    123    41    73
70-79............     3     2      1     35    13    11      4    ---     1    17     6    38     59    21    51
80-89............   ---   ---    ---      2     2     2    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2     2     2
90 and over......   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---    ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---

   Total.........   101    11     60  2,310   284   989    141     23    61 1,420   137   586  3,972   455 1,696







TABLE 17.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS
BY RAILROAD EQUIPMENT INVOLVED, 1995

                      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).   2,543     739    449    115    53     53     56     13       77  1,980    111  1,114
Train (Units Pushing).     166      77     41      5     6     10     15    ---       11    109     12    111
Train (Standing)......     ---      87     15     19    18     13     18      4        2      8    ---     77
Cars (Moving).........      44      24     19    ---   ---      1      3      1        1     58      4      5
Cars (Standing).......     ---       4      4    ---   ---    ---    ---    ---      ---      2    ---      2
Light Locos (Moving)..     194      86     81    ---   ---      3      2    ---       10    150     14    106
Light Locos (Standing)     ---       7      6    ---   ---    ---      1    ---      ---      2    ---      5
Other.................     ---       1      1    ---   ---    ---    ---    ---      ---      1    ---    ---
  
   Total..............   2,947   1,025    616    139    77     80     95     18      101  2,310    141  1,420

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





TABLE 18.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TRAIN SPEED AND TYPE OF TRAIN, 1995

                    ----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.........    71     1    41   ---   ---   ---    16   ---     7    11   ---     2    98     1    50
1-9..............   370     7    73     3   ---   ---   248     3    68   158   ---    50   779    10   191
10-19............   416    15   127    21   ---     8    62     2    16    95   ---    39   594    17   190
20-29............   545    18   266    21     1     4     8     1     3    48   ---    59   622    20   332
30-39............   577    63   291    25     2    14     4   ---     2    40     4    18   646    69   325
40-49............   685   156   339    27     5     9     1     2   ---    23     2     9   736   165   357
50-59............   273    89   108    31    14    10     1   ---   ---     8     6     7   313   109   125
60-69............    90    27    38    31    14    33   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2   123    41    73
70-79............    10     1     8    49    20    43   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    59    21    51
80-89............   ---   ---   ---     2     2     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2     2     2
90 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 3,037   377 1,291   210    58   123   340     8    96   385    12   186 3,972   455 1,696

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





TABLE 19.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY LENGTH OF CONSIST, 1995

                  ----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..............   406    38   140   156     40    78   195     5    50    87     5     44   844    88    312
10-19............   335    29   147    40     17    39    65     1    21     4   ---    ---   444    47    207
20-29............   279    40   106   ---    ---   ---    34     1    13     5   ---      1   318    41    120
30-39............   291    47   135   ---    ---   ---    19   ---     4     1   ---    ---   311    47    139
40-49............   212    28    93     4      1     1    10   ---     4   ---   ---    ---   226    29     98
50-59............   225    33   100   ---    ---   ---     6   ---   ---     2   ---    ---   233    33    100
60-69............   241    34   110   ---    ---   ---     3   ---     3     1   ---      1   245    34    114
70-79............   231    32   106   ---    ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   232    32    106
80-89............   184    22    87   ---    ---   ---     3   ---     1   ---   ---    ---   187    22     88
90-99............   170    19    73   ---    ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   171    19     73
100-109..........   158    20    67   ---    ---   ---     1     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   159    21     67
110-119..........   176    27    81   ---    ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   177    27     81
120-129..........    57     3    20   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    57     3     20
130-139..........    24     1     8   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    24     1      8
140-149..........    15     2     2   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    15     2      2
150 And over.....    17     2    11   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---    17     2     11
Locomotives only.    16   ---     5    10    ---     5     1   ---   ---   285     7    140   312     7    150

   Total......... 3,037   377 1,291   210     58   123   340     8    96   385    12    186 3,972   455  1,696

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

  




TABLE 20.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, 
BY LENGTH OF CONSIST AND VISIBILITY, 1995


                   -----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..............    14     7    33    423    46    129    24     5     7   155    21    47    616    79   216
10-19............     9     2     2    191    21     68    18     2     9   108    11    71    326    36   150
20-29............     3   ---   ---    157    29     64     3   ---     1    63     3    20    226    32    85
30-39............     6     1     1    162    33     81     6   ---     6    70     9    29    244    43   117
40-49............     6   ---     2     98    18     43    10     4     3    54     4    19    168    26    67
50-59............     3   ---     1    121    24     47     3   ---   ---    63     3    21    190    27    69
60-69............     5   ---     2    111    25     64     3     1     2    69     6    20    188    32    88
70-79............     4   ---     1     95    14     43    11     4     4    55     7    17    165    25    65
80-89............     3     1   ---     77     8     38     8     4     5    51     6    16    139    19    59
90-99............     5   ---     3     73    11     33     2   ---     2    47     3    14    127    14    52
100-109..........     5   ---     2     65    14     25     4     1   ---    44     3    20    118    18    47
110-119..........     3   ---   ---     90     9     42     4     1     1    42    16    14    139    26    57
120-129..........     2   ---   ---     25     1      6     1   ---     3    13     1     3     41     2    12
130-139..........   ---   ---   ---     11   ---      6   ---   ---   ---    12     1     2     23     1     8
140-149..........     1   ---   ---      5     1      1   ---   ---   ---     8     1     1     14     2     2
150 And over.....     1   ---   ---      6   ---      2     2   ---     1     2     2   ---     11     2     3
Locomotives only.     8   ---     3    118     4     67    10   ---     1    76     3    29    212     7   100

   Total.........    78    11    50  1,828   258    759   109    22    45   932   100   343  2,947   391 1,197

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..............     3   ---   ---    136     4     56     7   ---     7    82     5    33    228     9    96
10-19............     2   ---     1     53     6     25     2   ---     2    61     5    29    118    11    57
20-29............     2   ---     2     42     4     15     2   ---   ---    46     5    18     92     9    35
30-39............     4   ---     3     31     2     11     2     1     1    30     1     7     67     4    22
40-49............     1   ---   ---     26     1     14     1   ---     1    30     2    16     58     3    31
50-59............   ---   ---   ---     18     2     18     2   ---   ---    23     4    13     43     6    31
60-69............     1   ---     1     23     2     11     1   ---   ---    32   ---    14     57     2    26
70-79............   ---   ---   ---     33     3     15     2   ---   ---    32     4    26     67     7    41
80-89............     1   ---   ---     25     2     15     4   ---     1    18     1    13     48     3    29
90-99............     4   ---     2     17   ---     10   ---   ---   ---    23     5     9     44     5    21
100-109..........     1   ---   ---     13   ---      5     2   ---     1    25     3    14     41     3    20
110-119..........     1   ---   ---     11   ---     13     1   ---   ---    25     1    11     38     1    24
120-129..........   ---   ---   ---      4   ---      4   ---   ---   ---    12     1     4     16     1     8
130-139..........   ---   ---   ---      1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
140-149..........   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
150 And over.....   ---   ---   ---      1   ---    ---     1   ---     1     4   ---     7      6   ---     8
Locomotives only.     3   ---     1     48   ---     18     5   ---     2    44   ---    29    100   ---    50

   Total.........    23   ---    10    482    26    230    32     1    16   488    37   243  1,025    64   499

G R A N D  T O T A L

1-9..............    17     7    33    559    50    185    31     5    14   237    26    80    844    88   312
10-19............    11     2     3    244    27     93    20     2    11   169    16   100    444    47   207
20-29............     5   ---     2    199    33     79     5   ---     1   109     8    38    318    41   120
30-39............    10     1     4    193    35     92     8     1     7   100    10    36    311    47   139
40-49............     7   ---     2    124    19     57    11     4     4    84     6    35    226    29    98
50-59............     3   ---     1    139    26     65     5   ---   ---    86     7    34    233    33   100
60-69............     6   ---     3    134    27     75     4     1     2   101     6    34    245    34   114
70-79............     4   ---     1    128    17     58    13     4     4    87    11    43    232    32   106
80-89............     4     1   ---    102    10     53    12     4     6    69     7    29    187    22    88
90-99............     9   ---     5     90    11     43     2   ---     2    70     8    23    171    19    73
100-109..........     6   ---     2     78    14     30     6     1     1    69     6    34    159    21    67
110-119..........     4   ---   ---    101     9     55     5     1     1    67    17    25    177    27    81
120-129..........     2   ---   ---     29     1     10     1   ---     3    25     2     7     57     3    20
130-139..........   ---   ---   ---     12   ---      6   ---   ---   ---    12     1     2     24     1     8
140-149..........     1   ---   ---      5     1      1   ---   ---   ---     9     1     1     15     2     2
150 And over.....     1   ---   ---      7   ---      2     3   ---     2     6     2     7     17     2    11
Locomotives only.    11   ---     4    166     4     85    15   ---     3   120     3    58    312     7   150

   Total.........   101    11    60  2,310   284    989   141    23    61 1,420   137   586  3,972   455 1,696






TABLE 21.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TYPE AND CLASS OF TRACK, 1995


                   ------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...........   274     5    74   164     2    42    21   ---     7    152   ---    42   ---   ---   ---    611     7   165
     2...........   596    20   262    31   ---    13     6   ---     4     16     1     6   ---   ---   ---    649    21   285
     3...........   989    90   467     9   ---     2     7   ---     3     12   ---     2   ---   ---   ---  1,017    90   474
     4........... 1,444   301   680     4   ---     4     2   ---     1      6   ---     1   ---   ---   ---  1,456   301   686
     5...........   165    32    68   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    165    32    68
     6...........     4     1     3   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      4     1     3
     Unknown.....    47     3    12    13   ---     1     2   ---   ---      8   ---     2   ---   ---   ---     70     3    15

        Total.... 3,519   452 1,566   221     2    62    38   ---    15    194     1    53   ---   ---   ---  3,972   455 1,696











TABLE 22.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WARNING DEVICE AND MOTORIST ACTION, 1995


                  --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............   493    74   200      2   ---   ---    13   ---      8    370    20    66      3   ---     1    881    94    275
Cantilever flshrs   ---   ---   ---     28     2    10   227    20    128     50   ---    15      2   ---     1    307    22    154
Standard flashers   ---   ---   ---     43    10    15   501    81    240    140     8    23     10   ---     4    694    99    282
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells   ---   ---   ---      6   ---   ---    42     3     19     18   ---     4    ---   ---   ---     66     3     23
Special Devices..   ---   ---   ---      5   ---   ---    42     2     15      5   ---   ---      1   ---   ---     53     2     15
Crossbucks.......   ---   ---   ---     66     8    26 1,117   169    609    335    14   122     13   ---     5  1,531   191    762
Stopsigns........   ---   ---   ---     39     8    14   241    31    129    107     4    33      4   ---     1    391    43    177
Other Signs......   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     6   ---      2      4     1   ---    ---   ---   ---     10     1      2
No Signs Or Signl   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    23   ---      6     16   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     39   ---      6

   Total.........   493    74   200    189    28    65 2,212   306  1,156  1,045    47   263     33   ---    12  3,972   455  1,696


  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 PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS BY
OPERATIONAL STATUS OF WARNING DEVICE, CIRCUMSTANCE,
AND VISIBILITY, 1995


                                         ---------------------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............     857      3     21     26    343     25    341       3     62      5     76
Cantilever flshrs     302      1      4      2    131      3     70       3     56      2     40
Standard flashers     682      3      9     13    311     16    139       3    103      5    104
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells      66    ---    ---      1     20      1     19       1     16      1      7
Special Devices..     ---    ---     53    ---      9      3     12       2      7    ---     20
Crossbucks.......     ---    ---  1,531     28    760     52    273       8    188     17    205
Stopsigns........     ---    ---    391      5    241      5     62       3     46      1     28
Other Signs......     ---    ---     10    ---      2    ---      4     ---      2    ---      2
No Signs Or Signl     ---    ---     39      3     11      4     12     ---      2      1      6

   Total.........   1,907      7  2,058     78  1,828    109    932      23    482     32    488

  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 PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, DURING
DUSK AND DARK HOURS BY ILLUMINATION OF CROSSING AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1995


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

Lighted..........    612    67    232     233    10   107    845    77    339
Not Lighted......  1,760   263    758     601    46   307  2,361   309  1,065
Not Reported.....    568    61    206     186     7    81    754    68    287

   Total.........  2,947   391  1,197   1,025    64   499  3,972   455  1,696

  TABLE 25.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY CROSSING PROTECTION, 1995



                             -----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.......    41    11    42   785    92   251    43     6    10    556    73   189  1,425   182   492
Automatic, Side Of Approach.     1   ---   ---    19     2     4     2     1     1     12   ---   ---     34     3     5
Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---     1      2   ---     1
Manual, Both Sides..........   ---   ---   ---     9   ---     2     2   ---   ---     10   ---     2     21   ---     4
Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Manual, Side Not Reported...   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---   ---      2   ---   ---
Other, Both Sides...........    32   ---     8   967   159   488    53    15    30    326    24   144  1,378   198   670
Other, Side Of Approach.....     1   ---   ---    28     3     6     4   ---     3     10     3     5     43     6    14
Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     4   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     2      6   ---     6
Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     4     2   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---      5     2   ---
No Signs Or Signals.........     3   ---   ---    11   ---     4     4   ---     1     12   ---   ---     30   ---     5

   Total....................    78    11    50 1,828   258   759   109    22    45    932   100   343  2,947   391 1,197

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.......    10   ---     5   229    14   124    13   ---    10    223    19    94    475    33   233
Automatic, Side Of Approach.   ---   ---   ---     6   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1      8   ---     1
Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---      3   ---     1
Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---     1      1   ---     1
Manual, Both Sides..........     1   ---   ---     5     2     1   ---   ---   ---     18   ---     8     24     2     9
Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---     1      1   ---     1
Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Manual, Side Not Reported...     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---      4   ---     1
Other, Both Sides...........    11   ---     5   224    10    98    17     1     5    225    17   134    477    28   242
Other, Side Of Approach.....   ---   ---   ---    10   ---     4   ---   ---   ---      8   ---     4     18   ---     8
Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      1   ---   ---      3   ---   ---
Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      1     1   ---      2     1     1
No Signs Or Signals.........   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---     1   ---     1      6   ---   ---      9   ---     1

   Total....................    23   ---    10   482    26   230    32     1    16    488    37   243  1,025    64   499

G R A N D  T O T A L

Automatic, Both Sides.......    51    11    47 1,014   106   375    56     6    20    779    92   283  1,900   215   725
Automatic, Side Of Approach.     1   ---   ---    25     2     4     2     1     1     14   ---     1     42     3     6
Automatic, Opposite Side....   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---      3   ---     1
Automatic, Side Not Reported   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     2      3   ---     2
Manual, Both Sides..........     1   ---   ---    14     2     3     2   ---   ---     28   ---    10     45     2    13
Manual, Side Of Approach....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      1   ---     1      2   ---     1
Manual, Opposite Side.......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Manual, Side Not Reported...     1   ---   ---     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      3   ---   ---      6   ---     1
Other, Both Sides...........    43   ---    13 1,191   169   586    70    16    35    551    41   278  1,855   226   912
Other, Side Of Approach.....     1   ---   ---    38     3    10     4   ---     3     18     3     9     61     6    22
Other, Opposite Side........   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     4     1   ---   ---      3   ---     2      9   ---     6
Other, Side Not Reported....   ---   ---   ---     5     2     1   ---   ---   ---      2     1   ---      7     3     1
No Signs Or Signals.........     3   ---   ---    13   ---     4     5   ---     2     18   ---   ---     39   ---     6

   Total....................   101    11    60 2,310   284   989   141    23    61  1,420   137   586  3,972   455 1,696


  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 PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY VISIBILITY AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1995


                Struck By Consist   Ran Into Consist   -----Total-----
Visibilty         A/I   Kld   Inj   A/I   Kld   Inj    A/I   Kld   Inj
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Dawn.............    78    11    50    23   ---    10     101    11     60
Day.............. 1,828   258   759   482    26   230   2,310   284    989
Dusk.............   109    22    45    32     1    16     141    23     61
Dark.............   932   100   343   488    37   243   1,420   137    586

   Total......... 2,947   391 1,197 1,025    64   499   3,972   455  1,696











TABLE 27.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TEMPERATURE AND VISIBILITY, 1995



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

Over 100.........    ---       4    ---    ---     ---       2    ---    ---     ---      6    ---    ---
80 To 100........      2     535     14     78       1     128      6     28       3    663     20    106
60 To 79.........     30     634     38    279       7     155     10    140      37    789     48    419
40 To 59.........     27     346     31    316       6      93      9    153      33    439     40    469
20 To 39.........     16     276     23    207       8      78      5    121      24    354     28    328
 0 To 19.........      3      33      3     52       1      26      2     46       4     59      5     98
-20 To -1........    ---     ---    ---    ---     ---     ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---    ---
Under -20........    ---     ---    ---    ---     ---     ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---    ---
Not Reported.....    ---     ---    ---    ---     ---     ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---    ---
  
   Total.........     78   1,828    109    932      23     482     32    488     101  2,310    141  1,420






TABLE 28.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY TIME OF DAY, 1995


                  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..    84    14    34    45     5    26     129    19    60
  1 TO 1:59 AM...    69    12    20    52     3    37     121    15    57
  2 TO 2:59 AM...    72     7    49    44     1    22     116     8    71
  3 TO 3:59 AM...    44     3    11    32     5    18      76     8    29
  4 TO 4:59 AM...    47     2    15    25     2     8      72     4    23
  5 TO 5:59 AM...    49     6    15    26     1     7      75     7    22
  6 TO 6:59 AM...    83     4    27    39     2    16     122     6    43
  7 TO 7:59 AM...   135    22    78    37     1    22     172    23   100
  8 TO 8:59 AM...   136    27    79    27     1     8     163    28    87
  9 TO 9:59 AM...   158    19    44    39   ---    23     197    19    67
  10 TO 10:59 AM.   142    11    57    41     1    14     183    12    71
  11 TO 11:59 AM.   162    26    64    58     4    27     220    30    91
NOON TO 12:59 PM.   175    17    57    40     1    16     215    18    73
  1 TO 1:59 PM...   165    19    71    35     1    17     200    20    88
  2 TO 2:59 PM...   181    23    83    46     3    23     227    26   106
  3 TO 3:59 PM...   177    40    81    53     2    18     230    42    99
  4 TO 4:59 PM...   186    28    72    39     4    31     225    32   103
  5 TO 5:59 PM...   202    27    78    51     8    24     253    35   102
  6 TO 6:59 PM...   145    25    54    55     2    28     200    27    82
  7 TO 7:59 PM...   109    12    41    51     3    26     160    15    67
  8 TO 8:59 PM...   118     9    60    51     6    13     169    15    73
  9 TO 9:59 PM...    94    15    28    50     4    29     144    19    57
  10 TO 10:59 PM.   116     9    49    41     1    23     157    10    72
  11 TO 11:59 PM.    98    14    30    48     3    23     146    17    53
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     ---   ---   ---

   Total......... 2,947   391 1,197 1,025    64   499   3,972   455 1,696







TABLE 29.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY MONTH AND CIRCUMSTANCE, 1995


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

January..........    288    29    113   129    11    59    417    40    172
February.........    241    31    119   102    10    43    343    41    162
March............    241    36    101    82     5    51    323    41    152
April............    208    39     66    65     4    29    273    43     95
May..............    258    32    111    59     1    35    317    33    146
June.............    224    40     83    65     3    30    289    43    113
July.............    211    17     87    72     5    36    283    22    123
August...........    263    41    114    84     7    37    347    48    151
September........    250    28     73    69     3    40    319    31    113
October..........    257    37    119    96     3    37    353    40    156
November.........    229    26    109    90     5    52    319    31    161
December.........    277    35    102   112     7    50    389    42    152

   Total.........  2,947   391  1,197 1,025    64   499  3,972   455  1,696





TABLE 30.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WEATHER CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1995


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

Clear............     49    1,332     76    577     11     315     16    268     60   1,647     92    845
Cloudy...........     15      364     23    196      9     103      9    100     24     467     32    296
Rain.............      8       85      6    105      1      40      6     66      9     125     12    171
Fog..............      4        8    ---     22      2       8    ---     31      6      16    ---     53
Sleet............    ---        3    ---      5    ---     ---    ---      3    ---       3    ---      8
Snow.............      2       36      4     27    ---      16      1     20      2      52      5     47
Not Reported.....    ---      ---    ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---

   Total.........     78    1,828    109    932     23     482     32    488    101   2,310    141  1,420





TABLE 31.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS
BY OBSTRUCTION OF MOTORIST VIEW, CIRCUMSTANCE AND VISIBILITY, 1995


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

Permanent structure...    2      43      1     12     ---      17    ---      6      2      60      1     18
Standing RR Equipment.  ---      11    ---      5     ---     ---      1      1    ---      11      1      6
Passing Train.........  ---      10    ---      2     ---       2    ---      4    ---      12    ---      6
Topography............  ---      17    ---      9     ---       4    ---    ---    ---      21    ---      9
Vegetation............  ---      24      4      6       1       8      1      1      1      32      5      7
Highway Vehicle.......  ---       1      2      4     ---       2    ---    ---    ---       3      2      4
Other.................  ---      13    ---      3       1       3      2      5      1      16      2      8
Not Obstructed........   76   1,709    102    891      21     446     28    471     97   2,155    130  1,362
Unknown...............  ---     ---    ---    ---     ---     ---    ---    ---    ---     ---    ---    ---

   Total..............   78   1,828    109    932      23     482     32    488    101   2,310    141  1,420





  TABLE 32.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY MOTORIST ACTION AND TYPE OF VEHICLE, 1995



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

Automobile.......      34   2,441      30      79   2,239     187
Truck............      12   1,011      12      33     926      76
Truck-trailer....       9     397       6       7     386      19
Bus..............     ---       3     ---     ---       3     ---
School bus.......     ---       3     ---     ---       3     ---
Motorcycle.......     ---      13       1       1      11       2

   Total.........      55   3,868      49     120   3,568     284
 










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TABLE 33.  TOTAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CROSSINGS BY STATE AND TYPE, 1995

                             Public                             Private     Private   Pedestrian  Pedestrian
                              At        Public      Public        at         Grade        at         Grade
             State           Grade     RR Under     RR Over      Grade     Separated     Grade     Separated    Total
       ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Alabama                 3,610         486         169       1,982          20          24           4         6,295
       Alaska                    225          14           6         104           1           8           4           362
       Arizona                   940          88          83         686         106           7           2         1,912
       Arkansas                3,280         181         120       1,507          69          10           8         5,175
       California              7,956         941         566       4,871         200         158          90        14,782
       Colorado                2,069         209         119       1,448          21          21           8         3,895
       Connecticut               370         323         252         261          37           0          31         1,274
       Delaware                  284          44          54         119           2           1           4           508
       Dist Of Columbia           23          30          37           8           0          11           2           111
       Florida                 4,066         235          57       1,480           1          67           4         5,910
       Georgia                 6,163         569         263       2,775          10          42          11         9,833
       Hawaii                      6           0           0           0           0           0           0             6
       Idaho                   1,524          93          69       1,376          11          13           2         3,088
       Illinois               10,219         921       1,905       5,684         176         293          85        19,283
       Indiana                 6,587         439         557       2,846          87          65          13        10,594
       Iowa                    5,245         467         328       4,217          45          48          11        10,361
       Kansas                  7,865         350         208       4,232          32          33           0        12,720
       Kentucky                2,626         440         439       2,761         103          47          23         6,439
       Louisiana               3,656         224         116       3,222          20          36           7         7,281
       Maine                     882         128          78         934          15          11           3         2,051
       Maryland                  687         312         202         712          24           8          16         1,961
       Massachusetts           1,192         795         436         537          52          18          84         3,114
       Michigan                5,761         327         403       2,717          22         109          20         9,359
       Minnesota               5,174         459         341       3,133          17          52          24         9,200
       Mississippi             2,971         223         111       2,099          14          16           2         5,436
       Missouri                4,864         636         411       3,291          72          61          35         9,370
       Montana                 1,533         133          82       2,058         112          15           5         3,938
       Nebraska                4,034         215         126       2,836          39          14           4         7,268
       Nevada                    289          64          42         265          11           3           1           675
       New Hampshire             503         118          52         344          21           7           6         1,051
       New Jersey              1,863         534         728         596          57          42          83         3,903
       New Mexico                810          70          79         589          44           2           2         1,596
       New York                3,275       1,350       1,096       3,177         191          66         232         9,387
       North Carolina          4,859         503         287       3,580          17          51          19         9,316
       North Dakota            4,624          79          83       2,180          16          19           4         7,005
       Ohio                    6,551       1,013       1,042       3,704         192          32          49        12,583
       Oklahoma                4,561         257         193       1,735          56          13           2         6,817
       Oregon                  2,302         288         170       2,816         114          90          12         5,792
       Pennsylvania            5,583       1,543       1,863       3,418         238         123         198        12,966
       Rhode Island              128         107          38          71           7           0           5           356
       South Carolina          3,109         372         123       1,348           4          13           4         4,973
       South Dakota            2,137          89          46       1,361          53           5           1         3,692
       Tennessee               3,368         502         456       1,918          52          28          11         6,335
       Texas                  12,490         856         781       6,363         137          33          16        20,676
       Utah                    1,009         116          48         789           2           4           3         1,971
       Vermont                   496          85          83         650          44          46           4         1,408
       Virginia                2,138         602         445       2,923         109          46          20         6,283
       Washington              2,854         367         304       3,014         104          95          20         6,758
       West Virginia           1,893         251         342       2,220         104          75          19         4,904
       Wisconsin               4,712         417         310       2,868          84         107          38         8,536
       Wyoming                   527         113          46         932          78           1           7         1,704
       Puerto Rico                24           0           0           2           0           0           0            26
     FINAL TOTALS            163,917      18,978      16,195     104,759       3,043       2,089       1,258       310,239





TABLE 34.  TOTAL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CROSSINGS BY RAILROAD AND TYPE, 1995


                                                 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 Corp.                          221        14         6         104         1         8          4        358
     Alton & Southern Railroad                       21         7         1          27         0         0          0         56
     Amtrak (Nat?l. Railroad Passenger Corp.)       185       539       489          68        23         2         73      1,379
     Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.      6,615       628       577       3,660       191        51         22     11,744
     Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                    165        12        23         385         0         7          0        592
     Belt Railway Co. Of Chicago                     38         8        62          76         3         0          1        188
     Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.              140        35        49          96         3         2          0        325
     Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                46        18         7          36         0         0          0        107
     Burlington Northern Railroad Co.            18,827     1,524     1,169      12,456       365       259         66     34,666
     Chicago and North Western Railway Co.        3,428       403       599       2,369       140        98         45      7,082
     Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.        890        89        79         702        49        15         12      1,836
     Consolidated Rail Corp.                     12,510     3,124     3,374       6,939       383       170        259     26,759
     CSX Transportation                          18,047     2,491     1,772      10,588       298       330        121     33,647
     Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad           805        21        33         554        38         2          0      1,453
     Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                  311        81        93         446        30        16          9        986
     Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.       830       140        71         673         4         3          4      1,725
     Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.       140        25        28         129         4         1          0        327
     Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railway              80         8         3          21         0         0          0        112
     Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.            191        30        28          73         2         0          0        324
     Florida East Coast Railway Co.                 716        33         6         113         0        14          0        882
     Gateway Western Railway                        225        24        23         156         1         2          0        431
     Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.            1,118       101       177         446         4        14         11      1,871
     Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.            157        23        16          43         0         4          1        244
     Illinois Central Railroad Co.                2,664       327       332       1,641        43        65         23      5,095
     Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                77        30        28          43         0         2          4        184
     Kansas City Southern Railway Co.             1,748       171       121       1,088        30         9          6      3,173
     Long Island Rail Road                          304       294       105          82         0         8         80        873
     Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.               62        12        16          60         2         0          3        155
     Montana Rail Link                              449        52        21         684        10         3          1      1,220
     New Jersey Transit Rail Operations             347       199       297          96        13        19         45      1,016
     Norfolk Southern Corp.                      17,043     1,996     1,644      11,269       235       104         47     32,338
     Northeast Illinois Regional Comuter Rail Co     62         7        69          10         0         0          0        148
     Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation       113        13        17          25         5         7          1        181
     Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.               262        53        49         185         7         3          0        559
     Port Authority Trans Hudson                      0         0         0           2         0         0          0          2
     Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                   66         2         9          98         0         1          0        176
     Soo Line Railroad Co.                        4,291       363       365       2,780        47        69         25      7,940
     Southeastern Pennsylvania Trans. Authority     262       114       174          53        22        10         40        675
     Southern Pacific Transportation Co.          7,623       850       506       4,561       208       119         56     13,923
     Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.      267        19        27          78         3        20          1        415
     Springfield Terminal Railway Co.             1,314       505       237         710        59        14         39      2,878
     St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.           2,019       114        77         770        29         2          0      3,011
     Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis     141        40        26          12         1         0          0        220
     Union Pacific Railroad Company              18,446     1,600     1,001      12,187       178       127         67     33,606
     Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)             14        21        33          39         8         6          8        129
     Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.               600        83       161         442        32         9          6      1,333
     Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)        1,902       100        86       1,162         7        32          6      3,295
     All Other Railroads                         38,135     2,635     2,109      26,522       565       462        172     70,600
 FINAL TOTALS                                   163,917    18,978    16,195     104,759     3,043     2,089      1,258    310,239





TABLE 35.   TOTAL OF CROSSINGS BY STATE AND LOCATION:
URBAN OR RURAL, 1995

State                    Urban      Rural       Total
-----------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........        1,680        1,930        3,610
Alaska...........           87          138          225
Arizona..........          469          471          940
Arkansas.........        1,263        2,017        3,280
California.......        5,774        2,182        7,956
Colorado.........          716        1,353        2,069
Connecticut......          239          131          370
Delaware.........           83          201          284
Dist of Columbia.           23          ---           23
Florida..........        2,354        1,712        4,066
Georgia..........        2,182        3,981        6,163
Hawaii...........          ---            6            6
Idaho............          250        1,274        1,524
Illinois.........        3,891        6,328       10,219
Indiana..........        2,858        3,729        6,587
Iowa.............        1,615        3,630        5,245
Kansas...........        1,403        6,462        7,865
Kentucky.........          703        1,923        2,626
Louisiana........        1,615        2,041        3,656
Maine............          236          646          882
Maryland.........          516          171          687
Massachusetts....          843          349        1,192
Michigan.........        2,341        3,420        5,761
Minnesota........        1,391        3,783        5,174
Mississippi......        1,131        1,840        2,971
Missouri.........        1,577        3,287        4,864
Montana..........          281        1,252        1,533
Nebraska.........          497        3,537        4,034
Nevada...........           90          199          289
New Hampshire....          221          282          503
New Jersey.......        1,331          532        1,863
New Mexico.......          237          573          810
New York.........        1,512        1,763        3,275
North Carolina...        2,004        2,855        4,859
North Dakota.....          252        4,372        4,624
Ohio.............        3,094        3,457        6,551
Oklahoma.........          302        4,259        4,561
Oregon...........        1,005        1,297        2,302
Pennsylvania.....        2,917        2,666        5,583
Rhode Island.....          123            5          128
South Carolina...        1,046        2,063        3,109
South Dakota.....          261        1,876        2,137
Tennessee........        1,524        1,844        3,368
Texas............        6,608        5,882       12,490
Utah.............          544          465        1,009
Vermont..........          165          331          496
Virginia.........          894        1,244        2,138
Washington.......        1,354        1,500        2,854
West Virginia....          419        1,474        1,893
Wisconsin........        1,867        2,845        4,712
Wyoming..........           81          446          527
Puerto Rico......          ---           24           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       63,869      100,048      163,917




TABLE 36.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF MAIN AND OTHER TRACKS, 1995


Other                                            Number of main tracks
Tracks          0           1            2           3           4            5           >5       Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0                5       98,241        9,798          296           70            5            5      108,420
1           15,681       21,253        2,611           71           16          ---            1       39,633
2            3,466        6,374        1,000           50           14            1            1       10,906
3              934        1,854          305           27           13          ---          ---        3,133
4              265          570          136           12            7            3            1          994
5              116          231           66            5            1            1            1          421
>5             101          236           68            2            3          ---          ---          410
Total       20,568      128,759       13,984          463          124           10            9      163,917








TABLE 37.   CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRACKS AND WARNING DEVICE, 1995

Number of Tracks
Warning device                        1           2            3           4           5          >5        Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Gates.......................       14,200       10,161        3,493        1,217          439          402       29,912
Flashing lights.............       21,003        5,336        1,700          543          167          161       28,910
Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells          982          386          139           43           19           14        1,583
Special warning devices.....        3,256          933          299          119           38           46        4,691
Stop signs..................        8,032        2,121          550          173           49           41       10,966
Crossbucks..................       61,311       14,442        3,726        1,070          313          239       81,101
Other signs.................          364           93           29           16            1            3          506
No signs or signals.........        4,774        1,045          279           79           36           35        6,248
   Total....................      113,922       34,517       10,215        3,260        1,062          941      163,917








TABLE 38.  CROSSINGS BY TRACKS AND TRAFFIC LANES, 1995


Traffic                                       Number of tracks
Lanes           1           2            3           4           5           >5       Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1           19,451        4,099          684          159           33           39       24,465
2           87,130       27,758        8,655        2,811          930          797      128,081
3              775          350          100           28            9           12        1,274
4            5,670        2,051          708          246           87           85        8,847
5              425          118           35            8            1            4          591
>5             471          141           33            8            2            4          659
Total      113,922       34,517       10,215        3,260        1,062          941      163,917


                                                                                                                           




TABLE 39.   TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRACKS AND STATE, 1995


Number of Tracks

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

Alabama..........        2,597          638          253           66           26           30        3,610
Alaska...........          184           34            6            1          ---          ---          225
Arizona..........          699          165           57           15            3            1          940
Arkansas.........        2,250          715          213           62           24           16        3,280
California.......        5,460        1,572          567          185           87           85        7,956
Colorado.........        1,438          424          141           40           13           13        2,069
Connecticut......          299           59           10          ---            2          ---          370
Delaware.........          249           29            5          ---            1          ---          284
Dist of Columbia.           21            2          ---          ---          ---          ---           23
Florida..........        2,586        1,034          289           77           39           41        4,066
Georgia..........        4,585        1,120          300          104           20           34        6,163
Hawaii...........            6          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---            6
Idaho............        1,072          293          108           35           10            6        1,524
Illinois.........        6,321        2,735          768          251           89           55       10,219
Indiana..........        4,710        1,433          307           88           30           19        6,587
Iowa.............        3,479        1,144          419          133           36           34        5,245
Kansas...........        5,412        1,624          533          186           60           50        7,865
Kentucky.........        1,767          641          148           48            9           13        2,626
Louisiana........        2,734          655          180           51           15           21        3,656
Maine............          724          123           24            9            1            1          882
Maryland.........          518          131           19           12            2            5          687
Massachusetts....          941          187           41           15            4            4        1,192
Michigan.........        4,118        1,190          274          105           36           38        5,761
Minnesota........        3,677          982          335          115           31           34        5,174
Mississippi......        2,047          599          201           77           21           26        2,971
Missouri.........        2,875        1,311          468          131           41           38        4,864
Montana..........        1,003          351          127           26           12           14        1,533
Nebraska.........        2,637          899          318          108           40           32        4,034
Nevada...........          205           65           12            4            1            2          289
New Hampshire....          427           66            7            2            1          ---          503
New Jersey.......        1,360          385           83           18            8            9        1,863
New Mexico.......          567          172           44           16            4            7          810
New York.........        2,311          731          160           47           13           13        3,275
North Carolina...        3,619          831          261           86           31           31        4,859
North Dakota.....        3,698          678          194           40           13            1        4,624
Ohio.............        3,721        2,025          535          179           52           39        6,551
Oklahoma.........        3,033        1,010          323          125           42           28        4,561
Oregon...........        1,657          440          161           31           12            1        2,302
Pennsylvania.....        3,673        1,344          351          137           42           36        5,583
Rhode Island.....           86           36            6          ---          ---          ---          128
South Carolina...        2,475          516           83           17            9            9        3,109
South Dakota.....        1,685          288          116           35            6            7        2,137
Tennessee........        2,263          767          220           73           21           24        3,368
Texas............        8,985        2,390          701          262           80           72       12,490
Utah.............          683          213           71           17           18            7        1,009
Vermont..........          403           71           16            4          ---            2          496
Virginia.........        1,412          508          161           40           11            6        2,138
Washington.......        1,864          603          260           85           22           20        2,854
West Virginia....        1,361          396          103           20            4            9        1,893
Wisconsin........        3,658          772          196           63           16            7        4,712
Wyoming..........          348          115           40           19            4            1          527
Puerto Rico......           19            5          ---          ---          ---          ---           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........      113,922       34,517       10,215        3,260        1,062          941      163,917






TABLE 40.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TYPE OF HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND STATE, 1995


Highway System

State                     01          02           03           08       Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........          ---          163          650        2,797        3,610
Alaska...........            6           10           34          175          225
Arizona..........           10           30          248          652          940
Arkansas.........            2          135        1,150        1,993        3,280
California.......          ---          929        1,618        5,409        7,956
Colorado.........          ---           83          453        1,533        2,069
Connecticut......          ---           25          133          212          370
Delaware.........          ---           31          118          135          284
Dist of Columbia.          ---            3            1           19           23
Florida..........            1          276          864        2,925        4,066
Georgia..........          ---          373          949        4,841        6,163
Hawaii...........          ---          ---          ---            6            6
Idaho............          ---           47          250        1,227        1,524
Illinois.........            1          617        2,160        7,441       10,219
Indiana..........          ---          234        1,575        4,778        6,587
Iowa.............            3          286        1,186        3,770        5,245
Kansas...........          ---          305        1,465        6,095        7,865
Kentucky.........            2           75          473        2,076        2,626
Louisiana........            5          137          667        2,847        3,656
Maine............          ---           72          120          690          882
Maryland.........          ---           15           33          639          687
Massachusetts....          ---          116          437          639        1,192
Michigan.........            9          232        1,550        3,970        5,761
Minnesota........            1          182          942        4,049        5,174
Mississippi......          ---          133          725        2,113        2,971
Missouri.........            3           93          813        3,955        4,864
Montana..........          ---           59          177        1,297        1,533
Nebraska.........          ---          199          702        3,133        4,034
Nevada...........          ---           17           26          246          289
New Hampshire....          ---            7          191          305          503
New Jersey.......          ---           77          350        1,436        1,863
New Mexico.......          ---           21          116          673          810
New York.........          ---          198          588        2,489        3,275
North Carolina...          ---          109          569        4,181        4,859
North Dakota.....            3          178          561        3,882        4,624
Ohio.............          ---          263        1,572        4,716        6,551
Oklahoma.........          ---          142          670        3,749        4,561
Oregon...........          ---          133          532        1,637        2,302
Pennsylvania.....          128          551        1,818        3,086        5,583
Rhode Island.....          ---            6           58           64          128
South Carolina...            1          189          764        2,155        3,109
South Dakota.....          ---           98          342        1,697        2,137
Tennessee........          ---          104          586        2,678        3,368
Texas............           81           96          182       12,131       12,490
Utah.............            1           15          139          854        1,009
Vermont..........          ---           36           91          369          496
Virginia.........          ---           91          656        1,391        2,138
Washington.......          ---           93          558        2,203        2,854
West Virginia....          ---          115          373        1,405        1,893
Wisconsin........          ---          301        1,136        3,275        4,712
Wyoming..........          ---           27           72          428          527
Puerto Rico......          ---            6            2           16           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........          257        7,733       31,445      124,482      163,917

HIGHWAY SYSTEM CODES

                  CODE SYSTEM                         CODE SYSTEM
               ------------------                  ------------------
               01 Interstate                       02 Other NHS
               03 Other Fed-Aid Non NHS            08 Non Fed-Aid

 TABLE 41.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY HIGHWAY SYSTEM GROUP AND STATE, 1995      


State                  On-State    Off-State     Total
---------------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........          244        3,366        3,610
Alaska...........           56          169          225
Arizona..........           52          888          940
Arkansas.........          543        2,737        3,280
California.......          324        7,632        7,956
Colorado.........          231        1,838        2,069
Connecticut......           83          287          370
Delaware.........          252           32          284
Dist of Columbia.           10           13           23
Florida..........          454        3,612        4,066
Georgia..........          717        5,446        6,163
Hawaii...........          ---            6            6
Idaho............          105        1,419        1,524
Illinois.........        1,281        8,938       10,219
Indiana..........          603        5,984        6,587
Iowa.............          291        4,954        5,245
Kansas...........          417        7,448        7,865
Kentucky.........          766        1,860        2,626
Louisiana........          832        2,824        3,656
Maine............          171          711          882
Maryland.........          114          573          687
Massachusetts....           45        1,147        1,192
Michigan.........          334        5,427        5,761
Minnesota........          278        4,896        5,174
Mississippi......          374        2,597        2,971
Missouri.........          705        4,159        4,864
Montana..........          234        1,299        1,533
Nebraska.........          307        3,727        4,034
Nevada...........           43          246          289
New Hampshire....          112          391          503
New Jersey.......          176        1,687        1,863
New Mexico.......          180          630          810
New York.........          346        2,929        3,275
North Carolina...        3,112        1,747        4,859
North Dakota.....          219        4,405        4,624
Ohio.............          875        5,676        6,551
Oklahoma.........          356        4,205        4,561
Oregon...........          142        2,160        2,302
Pennsylvania.....        1,787        3,796        5,583
Rhode Island.....           46           82          128
South Carolina...        2,216          893        3,109
South Dakota.....          146        1,991        2,137
Tennessee........          298        3,070        3,368
Texas............        2,028       10,462       12,490
Utah.............          109          900        1,009
Vermont..........          111          385          496
Virginia.........        1,414          724        2,138
Washington.......          157        2,697        2,854
West Virginia....        1,150          743        1,893
Wisconsin........          369        4,343        4,712
Wyoming..........           72          455          527
Puerto Rico......           19            5           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       25,306      138,611      163,917






TABLE 42. CROSSINGS BY FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF ROAD, 1995


Rural                        Crossings    Urban                        Crossings
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Interstate..............           35       Interstate..............          148
Other principal arterial        1,182       Other freeway/expressway          369
Minor arterial..........        3,758       Other principal arterial        5,772
Major collector.........       11,186       Minor arterial..........       10,401
Minor collector.........        9,378       Collector...............       10,755
Local...................       74,509       Local...................       36,424
   Total................      100,048          Total................       63,869






TABLE 43. TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAFFIC LANES AND STATE, 1995

Number of Lanes

State                      1            2           3           4            5          >5        Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........          688        2,710           33          163            6           10        3,610
Alaska...........           12          193            1           17            2          ---          225
Arizona..........           11          758           15          107           25           24          940
Arkansas.........          712        2,481           17           65            4            1        3,280
California.......          406        5,468          195        1,532          149          206        7,956
Colorado.........          172        1,715           21          145           10            6        2,069
Connecticut......            5          330           16           17            2          ---          370
Delaware.........           14          253            4           12          ---            1          284
Dist of Columbia.          ---           16            2            2            1            2           23
Florida..........          161        3,347           83          367           34           74        4,066
Georgia..........        1,173        4,731           27          212           12            8        6,163
Hawaii...........          ---            6          ---          ---          ---          ---            6
Idaho............          263        1,208            7           43            1            2        1,524
Illinois.........        2,044        7,439           57          641           16           22       10,219
Indiana..........          864        5,352           59          280           18           14        6,587
Iowa.............          609        4,417           36          177            5            1        5,245
Kansas...........        1,864        5,691           16          290            2            2        7,865
Kentucky.........          820        1,756            6           43          ---            1        2,626
Louisiana........          553        2,868           20          189           14           12        3,656
Maine............           44          820            2           15            1          ---          882
Maryland.........           71          557            8           44            3            4          687
Massachusetts....           43        1,084            8           56            1          ---        1,192
Michigan.........          348        4,801           74          454           52           32        5,761
Minnesota........          859        4,048           15          248            3            1        5,174
Mississippi......          372        2,490            9           95            2            3        2,971
Missouri.........        1,206        3,520           11          119            5            3        4,864
Montana..........          148        1,357            2           23            2            1        1,533
Nebraska.........          868        3,108            5           52            1          ---        4,034
Nevada...........           67          180            1           39            1            1          289
New Hampshire....           32          449            2           17            2            1          503
New Jersey.......           87        1,625           15          129            1            6        1,863
New Mexico.......          261          502            1           39            3            4          810
New York.........          305        2,836           19          110            2            3        3,275
North Carolina...          265        4,348           36          188           12           10        4,859
North Dakota.....        1,041        3,558            1           23            1          ---        4,624
Ohio.............          753        5,466           53          263            9            7        6,551
Oklahoma.........          883        3,417            7          248            2            4        4,561
Oregon...........          265        1,884           46           81           24            2        2,302
Pennsylvania.....          851        4,409          118          177            2           26        5,583
Rhode Island.....            2          102          ---           24          ---          ---          128
South Carolina...          364        2,527           28          159           21           10        3,109
South Dakota.....          641        1,450          ---           39            4            3        2,137
Tennessee........          443        2,705           31          152           31            6        3,368
Texas............        2,138        9,045           66        1,076           60          105       12,490
Utah.............          183          750            1           71            1            3        1,009
Vermont..........          108          376            5            7          ---          ---          496
Virginia.........           26        1,976           23           92           11           10        2,138
Washington.......          251        2,276           55          233           31            8        2,854
West Virginia....          893          982            7            9            1            1        1,893
Wisconsin........          168        4,283            8          233            1           19        4,712
Wyoming..........          107          388            2           30          ---          ---          527
Puerto Rico......            1           23          ---          ---          ---          ---           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       24,465      128,081        1,274        8,847          591          659      163,917





TABLE 44.  CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAFFIC LANES AND WARNING DEVICE, 1995

Number of Traffic Lanes
Warning device                        1           2           3            4           5          >5        Total
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Gates.......................          811       24,419          481        3,577          305          319       29,912
Flashing lights.............          786       24,374          357        2,978          203          212       28,910
Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells          121        1,181           64          171           17           29        1,583
Special warning devices.....          312        3,862          107          359           27           24        4,691
Stop signs..................        1,761        9,044           30          123            2            6       10,966
Crossbucks..................       19,037       60,437          185        1,353           30           59       81,101
Other signs.................          123          366            2           14          ---            1          506
No signs or signals.........        1,514        4,398           48          272            7            9        6,248
   Total....................       24,465      128,081        1,274        8,847          591          659      163,917






TABLE 45.   TOTAL CROSSINGS BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND STATE, 1995

                                                            Warning Device Category
                                          Hwy.Sig.                                             No Signs
                               Flashing   Wigwags                Stop     Cross-     Other        or
State                  Gates    Lights      Bells    Special     Signs    Bucks      Signs     Signals    Total
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama..........        322        641          9         33        788      1,633         15        169      3,610
Alaska...........         46         35        ---          7         26        102        ---          9        225
Arizona..........        362         72          4         53         95        328        ---         26        940
Arkansas.........        312        459         24         70        179      2,106        ---        130      3,280
California.......      3,161      1,003        301        115        338      2,850         14        174      7,956
Colorado.........        337        267         42         27        233      1,078          3         82      2,069
Connecticut......         98        141          5         24         50         33        ---         19        370
Delaware.........         47        154        ---         20          3         51        ---          9        284
Dist of Columbia.        ---          4          2         12          2          1        ---          2         23
Florida..........      2,094        659         13         95        160        972          7         66      4,066
Georgia..........      1,570        333         21        165      1,076      2,744          6        248      6,163
Hawaii...........        ---        ---        ---        ---          1          5        ---        ---          6
Idaho............        106        196          6          6        591        587        ---         32      1,524
Illinois.........      2,144      2,637        125        216         77      4,639          4        377     10,219
Indiana..........      1,194      1,640         98        180        827      2,513          7        128      6,587
Iowa.............        624      1,010         29         46        418      3,041          1         76      5,245
Kansas...........        915        703         58        199        238      5,610          2        140      7,865
Kentucky.........        390        805         14         56         50      1,165        ---        146      2,626
Louisiana........        444        698         27         44        251      1,938         14        240      3,656
Maine............         71        388        ---         80         18        325        ---        ---        882
Maryland.........        102        203         21         30         35        258          6         32        687
Massachusetts....        197        462         30        212          5        232          3         51      1,192
Michigan.........        830      1,451         39        125        873      2,362          4         77      5,761
Minnesota........        590        614          9         19        684      3,153          2        103      5,174
Mississippi......        140        460         13         53        814      1,225         11        255      2,971
Missouri.........        486        999         69         94        136      2,843          1        236      4,864
Montana..........        161        187          1         13         83      1,063          1         24      1,533
Nebraska.........        569        305         12         14        280      2,736        ---        118      4,034
Nevada...........        121         21          1          4          5        129        ---          8        289
New Hampshire....         31        146         11        108         50        133          7         17        503
New Jersey.......        402        659         17        236         18        407          2        122      1,863
New Mexico.......        198         94          5          9         12        466          5         21        810
New York.........      1,395        641         71        244         17        812         21         74      3,275
North Carolina...      1,140        727         19        211         56      2,362          9        335      4,859
North Dakota.....        337        123          1          1         78      3,914        ---        170      4,624
Ohio.............      1,633      1,358         36         76        177      3,175          5         91      6,551
Oklahoma.........        430        720         24        114        132      3,068          7         66      4,561
Oregon...........        556        137         43         90        438        873         44        121      2,302
Pennsylvania.....        753      1,278        108        650        142      1,917        276        459      5,583
Rhode Island.....         15         33         19         23          7          9        ---         22        128
South Carolina...        611        528        ---        158        427      1,359        ---         26      3,109
South Dakota.....         18        173          2        ---         28      1,840        ---         76      2,137
Tennessee........        308        641         19        198        177      1,631          2        392      3,368
Texas............      2,494      1,913         67        101        281      7,044         14        576     12,490
Utah.............        171        166          5         87         58        441          5         76      1,009
Vermont..........         27        196          3         44         25        199        ---          2        496
Virginia.........        694        516         19        111          8        711          4         75      2,138
Washington.......        470        407         27         50        105      1,529          2        264      2,854
West Virginia....        218        448          4         22         35        976          2        188      1,893
Wisconsin........        463      1,334        105        127        327      2,278        ---         78      4,712
Wyoming..........        111        124          4          1         32        235        ---         20        527
Puerto Rico......          4          1          1         18        ---        ---        ---        ---         24
Unknown..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---
   Total.........     29,912     28,910      1,583      4,691     10,966     81,101        506      6,248    163,917





TABLE 46.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND RAILROAD, 1995



                                                                    Hwy. Sig.                               No Signs
                                                          Flashing  Wigwags           Stop   Cross-  Other    Or
                        Railroad                   Gates   Lights    Bells   Special  Signs   Bucks  Signs  Signals  Total
   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   ARR    Alaska Railroad Corp.                         46      35         0        7      26      99       0       8      221
   ALS    Alton & Southern Railroad                      6       7         0        1       0       6       0       1       21
   ATK    Amtrak (Nat?l. Railroad Passenger Corp.)     145       9         0        5       6      11       4       5      185
   ATSF   Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.    2,065     831        72      276      78   3,264       5      24    6,615
   BAR    Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                    4      89         0        8      11      53       0       0      165
   BRC    Belt Railway Company Of Chicago               10       8         0        1       0      18       0       1       38
   BLE    Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.             37      29         0        2       0      70       0       2      140
   BS     Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.               3      22         0        0       5      15       0       1       46
   BN     Burlington Northern Railroad Co.           2,692   2,478        77      216   1,042  11,869      15     438   18,827
   CNW    Chicago and North Western Railway Co.        426     731        93       59     134   1,841       1     143    3,428
   CC     Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.       68     264        11       31      40     452       0      24      890
   CR     Consolidated Rail Corp.                    2,907   3,304       167    1,023     430   3,715     258     706   12,510
   CSX    CSX Transportation                         4,680   3,857        79      514   1,456   6,702      22     737   18,047
   DME    Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad          14     107         3        0      48     603       0      30      805
   DH     Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                143      83         3        1       3      71       5       2      311
   DRGW   Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.     136     152         5        8      70     418       3      38      830
   DMIR   Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.      10      20         0        2      30      76       2       0      140
   DWP    Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railway            10      11         0        1      15      43       0       0       80
   EJE    Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.           78      65         2        9       4      33       0       0      191
   FEC    Florida East Coast Railway Co.               601      30         0       27       3      46       0       9      716
   GWWR   Gateway Western Railway                        7      45        20        0       7     142       0       4      225
   GTW    Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.            412     243         4       39     207     210       0       3    1,118
   HBT    Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.           58      28         1        0       2      53       0      15      157
   IC     Illinois Central Railroad Co.                363     599        16       66     398   1,041       3     178    2,664
   IHB    Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.              26      22         0       16       0      10       0       3       77
   KCS    Kansas City Southern Railway Co.             139     196         3        1      14     666       4      64    1,087
   LI     Long Island Rail Road                        298       0         0        0       0       6       0       0      304
   MNCW   Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.             18      36         1        1       0       3       0       3       62
   MRL    Montana Rail Link                             52      68         1        0      41     280       0       7      449
   NJTR   New Jersey Transit Rail Operations           211      88         1       10       1      29       0       7      347
   NS     Norfolk Southern Corp.                     3,670   3,005        77      496   1,555   7,447      14     779   17,043
   NIRC   Northeast Illinois Regional Comuter Rail      53       5         1        1       1       0       0       1       62
   NICD   Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation      41      37         7        0      27       1       0       0      113
   PAL    Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.              20     105         4        0      10     120       0       3      262
   PTRA   Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                 20      12         0        0       1      27       0       6       66
   SOO    Soo Line Railroad Co.                        510     599        26       57     359   2,541       1     198    4,291
   SEPA   Southeastern Pennsylvania Trans. Authority    50      77        21       18      17      32       2      45      262
   SP     Southern Pacific Transportation Co.        2,750     875       224       34     365   3,004      10     361    7,623
   SSWN   Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.    108      85         2       11       0      58       0       3      267
   ST     Springfield Terminal Railway Co.              65     188         1       41      18     116       0       0      429
   SSW    St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.           299     254         8       10     123   1,215       0     110    2,019
   TRRA   Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Loui     45      14         0       56       3      20       0       3      141
   UP     Union Pacific Railroad Co.                 3,307   2,842       118      186   1,108  10,074      23     788   18,446
   URR    Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)            3       1        10        0       0       0       0       0       14
   WE     Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.              51     164         3        2      25     348       0       7      600
   WC     Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)        152     495        13       18     156   1,052       0      16    1,902
          All Other Railroads                        3,103   6,695       509    1,437   3,127  23,201     134   1,475   39,681
  FINAL TOTALS                                      29,912  28,910     1,583    4,691  10,966  81,101     506   6,248  163,917
  






TABLE 47.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND STATE, 1995


                          Stop     RR X-ing                   ......None......
State                    Lines       Symbol       Both        Paved    Unpaved        Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........           44          504          423        1,986          653        3,610
Alaska...........            8            9           55           65           88          225
Arizona..........           25           27          411          247          230          940
Arkansas.........           57          110          322        1,647        1,144        3,280
California.......          984          202        4,727        1,743          300        7,956
Colorado.........           21           37          261          994          756        2,069
Connecticut......           12           13          254           90            1          370
Delaware.........           43           29           89          120            3          284
Dist of Columbia.          ---          ---            9           14          ---           23
Florida..........          268          372        1,843        1,144          439        4,066
Georgia..........           64          108        2,793        1,647        1,551        6,163
Hawaii...........            2          ---          ---            4          ---            6
Idaho............            8            5          269          673          569        1,524
Illinois.........           78          165        1,259        4,320        4,397       10,219
Indiana..........           78          259        1,345        4,041          864        6,587
Iowa.............           53          153          533        2,002        2,504        5,245
Kansas...........            7           24          900        2,053        4,881        7,865
Kentucky.........           46          328          736          899          617        2,626
Louisiana........           47          206          578        1,940          885        3,656
Maine............            3            3          569          228           79          882
Maryland.........           10           25          252          357           43          687
Massachusetts....           55           45          125          933           34        1,192
Michigan.........           70          277        1,357        2,633        1,424        5,761
Minnesota........          124          171          491        1,826        2,562        5,174
Mississippi......           27           44          478        1,585          837        2,971
Missouri.........           65          110          561        2,066        2,062        4,864
Montana..........            5           18          158          395          957        1,533
Nebraska.........           35          274          192          955        2,578        4,034
Nevada...........           11           11          129           54           84          289
New Hampshire....           10           28           59          354           52          503
New Jersey.......           39          232          252        1,251           89        1,863
New Mexico.......            5           29           47          338          391          810
New York.........          126          216          453        2,202          278        3,275
North Carolina...           46           33        3,607          566          607        4,859
North Dakota.....           17           29          137          595        3,846        4,624
Ohio.............          338          612        3,341        1,841          419        6,551
Oklahoma.........           31           92          411        2,029        1,998        4,561
Oregon...........          346          890          147          490          429        2,302
Pennsylvania.....           67          352          159        4,398          607        5,583
Rhode Island.....          ---          ---           80           48          ---          128
South Carolina...           91          106        1,147        1,329          436        3,109
South Dakota.....           30           12          132          540        1,423        2,137
Tennessee........           20          115          919        1,784          530        3,368
Texas............            9           12        6,297        3,025        3,147       12,490
Utah.............           23           33          195          534          224        1,009
Vermont..........           36           10           88          214          148          496
Virginia.........           95          147          947          724          225        2,138
Washington.......          121           69          546        1,554          564        2,854
West Virginia....           18           12           86        1,167          610        1,893
Wisconsin........           77           28          754        3,364          489        4,712
Wyoming..........            7           21           53          157          289          527
Puerto Rico......            3            7          ---           12            2           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........        3,805        6,614       40,976       65,177       47,345      163,917


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, 1995


State                      Yes           No     Total
-----------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........        1,716        1,894        3,610
Alaska...........          150           75          225
Arizona..........          580          360          940
Arkansas.........          909        2,371        3,280
California.......        6,392        1,564        7,956
Colorado.........        1,103          966        2,069
Connecticut......          326           44          370
Delaware.........          242           42          284
Dist of Columbia.            6           17           23
Florida..........        2,550        1,516        4,066
Georgia..........        3,176        2,987        6,163
Hawaii...........            1            5            6
Idaho............          913          611        1,524
Illinois.........        5,301        4,918       10,219
Indiana..........        5,657          930        6,587
Iowa.............        3,595        1,650        5,245
Kansas...........        4,277        3,588        7,865
Kentucky.........        1,532        1,094        2,626
Louisiana........        2,417        1,239        3,656
Maine............          870           12          882
Maryland.........          445          242          687
Massachusetts....          882          310        1,192
Michigan.........        4,711        1,050        5,761
Minnesota........        3,404        1,770        5,174
Mississippi......          741        2,230        2,971
Missouri.........        1,447        3,417        4,864
Montana..........          973          560        1,533
Nebraska.........        2,877        1,157        4,034
Nevada...........          225           64          289
New Hampshire....          297          206          503
New Jersey.......          963          900        1,863
New Mexico.......          179          631          810
New York.........        2,594          681        3,275
North Carolina...        3,763        1,096        4,859
North Dakota.....        1,703        2,921        4,624
Ohio.............        4,860        1,691        6,551
Oklahoma.........        1,762        2,799        4,561
Oregon...........        1,004        1,298        2,302
Pennsylvania.....        2,070        3,513        5,583
Rhode Island.....           81           47          128
South Carolina...        2,249          860        3,109
South Dakota.....        1,407          730        2,137
Tennessee........        2,088        1,280        3,368
Texas............        9,883        2,607       12,490
Utah.............          592          417        1,009
Vermont..........          409           87          496
Virginia.........        1,641          497        2,138
Washington.......        2,061          793        2,854
West Virginia....          454        1,439        1,893
Wisconsin........        3,239        1,473        4,712
Wyoming..........          291          236          527
Puerto Rico......           17            7           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........      101,025       62,892      163,917


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, 1995


                        Active     X-buck meet standards
State                  Warning       Yes           No        Total
----------------------------------------------------------------------

Alabama..........          972        1,972          666        3,610
Alaska...........           81          106           38          225
Arizona..........          438          394          108          940
Arkansas.........          795        1,776          709        3,280
California.......        4,465        1,601        1,890        7,956
Colorado.........          646        1,055          368        2,069
Connecticut......          244           88           38          370
Delaware.........          201           59           24          284
Dist of Columbia.            6           12            5           23
Florida..........        2,766          944          356        4,066
Georgia..........        1,924        3,567          672        6,163
Hawaii...........          ---            4            2            6
Idaho............          308        1,025          191        1,524
Illinois.........        4,906        4,169        1,144       10,219
Indiana..........        2,932        3,075          580        6,587
Iowa.............        1,663        2,753          829        5,245
Kansas...........        1,676        2,871        3,318        7,865
Kentucky.........        1,209        1,115          302        2,626
Louisiana........        1,169        1,987          500        3,656
Maine............          459          410           13          882
Maryland.........          326          191          170          687
Massachusetts....          689          296          207        1,192
Michigan.........        2,320        3,107          334        5,761
Minnesota........        1,213        3,658          303        5,174
Mississippi......          613        1,488          870        2,971
Missouri.........        1,554        1,773        1,537        4,864
Montana..........          349          956          228        1,533
Nebraska.........          886        2,760          388        4,034
Nevada...........          143           93           53          289
New Hampshire....          188          210          105          503
New Jersey.......        1,078          324          461        1,863
New Mexico.......          297          289          224          810
New York.........        2,107          826          342        3,275
North Carolina...        1,886        1,681        1,292        4,859
North Dakota.....          461        2,850        1,313        4,624
Ohio.............        3,027        2,525          999        6,551
Oklahoma.........        1,174        2,301        1,086        4,561
Oregon...........          736        1,077          489        2,302
Pennsylvania.....        2,139        1,250        2,194        5,583
Rhode Island.....           67            2           59          128
South Carolina...        1,139        1,857          113        3,109
South Dakota.....          193        1,762          182        2,137
Tennessee........          968        1,149        1,251        3,368
Texas............        4,474        3,744        4,272       12,490
Utah.............          342          469          198        1,009
Vermont..........          226          254           16          496
Virginia.........        1,229          627          282        2,138
Washington.......          904        1,132          818        2,854
West Virginia....          670          724          499        1,893
Wisconsin........        1,902        2,432          378        4,712
Wyoming..........          239          182          106          527
Puerto Rico......            6            6           12           24
Unknown..........          ---          ---          ---          ---
   Total.........       60,405       70,978       32,534      163,917

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, 1995

Trains     Crossings
----------------------
<1           25,113
1-5          69,650
6-10         27,372
11-15        12,047
16-20        10,890
21-25         6,262
26-30         3,874
31-35         2,145
36-40         1,581
41-45           859
46-50           957
51-55           886
56-60           679
61-65           309
66-70           198
71-75           211
76-80           276
81-85            51
86-90            23
91-95           261
96-100           59
>100            214
Total       163,917






TABLE 51.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF THRU TRAINS AND SWITCHING TRAINS PER DAY, 1995


Switching                                                 Through trains
Trains         <1          1-2         3-5        6-10        11-15       16-20       21-25         >25       Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<1          25,113       24,466       11,053       11,124        5,071        5,049        2,637        4,272       88,785
1-2         16,850        9,181        5,834        6,388        2,551        2,746          922        2,771       47,243
2-3          5,401        1,674        2,054        2,858        1,386          921          326        1,386       16,006
6-10         2,407          724          737        1,355          817          872          349          793        8,054
11-15          408          111          114          239          108           70           73          680        1,803
16-20          425          102           86          126          166           74           87           90        1,156
21-25           98           25           22           35           35           16           23           42          296
>25            179           58           38           67           66           43           31           92          574
Total       50,881       36,341       19,938       22,192       10,200        9,791        4,448       10,126      163,917

                                                                                                                           





TABLE 52.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF DAY AND NIGHT TRAINS PER DAY, 1995

 Day                                                   Night trains
Trains         <1         1-2          3-5        6-10        11-15        16-20        21-25        >25       Total
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<1          25,113        6,457          915          158            6            8            4            5       32,666
1-2         25,910       25,276        2,769          346           21           10            1            3       54,336
2-3          4,389        9,342       15,298        1,741          136           35           36            2       30,979
6-10         1,369        1,882        6,052       14,188        1,692           90           42           14       25,329
11-15          199          228          723        3,667        5,115          585           25           21       10,563
16-20          104           39          167          687        1,164        2,074          206           37        4,478
21-25           16           26           10           82          361          293          914          165        1,867
>25             70           11           54          137          264          293          786        2,084        3,699
Total       57,170       43,261       25,988       21,006        8,759        3,388        2,014        2,331      163,917




TABLE 53.  CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAINS PER DAY AND WARNING DEVICE, 1995

Number of Trains Per Day

Warning device                     <1       1-2        3-5      6-10      11-15      16-20     21-25       >25      Total
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Gates.......................      1,064      2,577      3,258      5,403      3,618      4,283      3,060      6,649     29,912
Flashing lights.............      3,319      6,915      5,314      6,297      2,552      2,053        944      1,516     28,910
Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells        213        404        292        279        127         96         34        138      1,583
Special warning devices.....      1,827      1,540        552        389        127        110         32        114      4,691
Stop signs..................        997      2,744      2,175      2,170        736        882        382        880     10,966
Crossbucks..................     15,315     26,651     14,171     12,146      4,668      3,312      1,746      3,092     81,101
Other signs.................        150        169         82         56         12         18          1         18        506
No signs or signals.........      2,228      2,006        800        632        207        136         63        176      6,248
   Total....................     25,113     43,006     26,644     27,372     12,047     10,890      6,262     12,583    163,917





TABLE 54.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY NUMBER OF TRAINS PER DAY AND ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1995

                                          Average annual daily traffic
                1-         251-         501-       1,001-       5,001-           >
Trains         250          500        1,000        5,000       10,000       10,000        Total
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<1          10,765        2,971        2,817        5,524        1,820        1,216       25,113
1-2         20,917        5,030        4,601        8,285        2,453        1,720       43,006
2-3         11,996        3,217        2,946        5,486        1,672        1,327       26,644
6-10        12,081        3,308        3,144        5,787        1,723        1,329       27,372
11-15        5,262        1,317        1,335        2,720          779          634       12,047
16-20        4,451        1,300        1,288        2,463          832          556       10,890
21-25        2,476          691          699        1,503          491          402        6,262
>25          5,124        1,363        1,324        2,868        1,064          840       12,583
Total       73,072       19,197       18,154       34,636       10,834        8,024      163,917

                                                                                                                      




TABLE 55.  CROSSINGS BY MAXIMUM TIMETABLE SPEED, 1995

Timetable
Speed        Crossings
-------------------------
1-5             5,309
6-10           29,982
11-15           8,490
16-20          12,738
21-25          21,219
26-30          16,084
31-35           9,890
36-40          17,053
41-45           3,604
46-50          13,681
51-55           2,809
56-60          10,565
61-65           1,208
66-70           4,703
71-75             560
76-80           5,463
81-85               1
86-90             464
91-95               1
96-100              8
>100               85
Total         163,917



TABLE 56.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TYPICAL TRAIN SPEED VARIATION, 1995

Speed
Variation    Crossings
----------------------
<1           13,582
1-5          42,175
6-10         36,218
11-15        16,851
16-20        16,407
21-25         9,894
26-30         8,869
31-35         4,512
36-40         4,477
41-45         2,409
46-50         3,358
51-55           810
56-60         1,951
61-65           659
66-70           351
71-75           620
76-80           653
81-85            13
86-90             2
91-95           ---
96-100          ---
>100            106
Total       163,917





TABLE 57.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1995

AADT                Crossings
------------------------------
1-100               51,298
101-200             15,118
201-300             11,533
301-400              7,267
401-500              7,053
501-600              4,571
601-700              3,486
701-800              3,925
801-900              2,595
901-1,000            3,577
1,001-2,000         15,849
2,001-3,000          8,683
3,001-4,000          5,437
4,001-5,000          4,667
5,001-6,000          3,040
6,001-7,000          2,289
7,001-8,000          2,223
8,001-9,000          1,589
9,001-10,000         1,693
10,001-20,000        6,092
>20,000              1,932
Total              163,917






TABLE 58.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC AND WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY, 1995

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.......................        4,225        3,164        3,910       10,651        4,264        3,698       29,912
Flashing lights.............        3,990        3,363        4,355       10,756        3,677        2,769       28,910
Hwy. signals, wigwags, bells          410          186          188          433          194          172        1,583
Special warning devices.....          971          585          624        1,539          550          422        4,691
Stop signs..................        6,474        1,740        1,223        1,307          164           58       10,966
Crossbucks..................       53,577        9,294        7,089        8,717        1,660          764       81,101
Other signs.................          207           90           81           96           23            9          506
No signs or signals.........        3,218          775          684        1,137          302          132        6,248
   Total....................       73,072       19,197       18,154       34,636       10,834        8,024      163,917











TABLE 59.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY TRUCK TRAFFIC AS A PERCENTAGE OF ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC, 1995


  %       Crossings
--------------------
<1           6,033
1-5         75,254
6-10        49,404
11-15       15,387
16-20        8,228
21-25        2,105
26-30        4,567
31-35          493
36-40          963
41-45          102
46-50          898
51-55           19
56-60          157
61-65            9
66-70           49
71-75          104
76-80           70
81-85            9
86-90           46
91-95            3
96-99           17
Total      163,917






TABLE 60.  PUBLIC CROSSINGS BY CROSSING SURFACE, 1995


                           Section  Full Wood           Concrete  Concrete              Metal    Other  Unconsol-
           State           Timber     Plank    Asphalt    Slab    Pavement   Rubber   Sections   Metal   idated    Other
        -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Alabama                 124       170     3,017         7         1        49         1         1       239         1
        Alaska                   11        92        52         6         0        59         0         0         1         4
        Arizona                 175       183       383         3         1       132         0         0        61         2
        Arkansas                863       235     1,478       130         7        11         2         2       548         4
        California              811     1,244     5,446       144        30       120         0         0       129        32
        Colorado                697       415       607        31         4       132         7        23       143        10
        Connecticut             109         0       115         2         0       142         2         0         0         0
        Delaware                  3         0       216        15         1        48         0         0         1         0
        Dist Of Columbia          6         4        10         0         1         2         0         0         0         0
        Florida               1,203        50     2,085       302        33       239         8         1       106        39
        Georgia                 120       122     5,384        15        18        16         1         1       484         2
        Hawaii                    0         0         6         0         0         0         0         0         0         0
        Idaho                   286       642       408        84         1        31         0         0        65         7
        Illinois              1,863     1,487     4,790        47        39       874         7         7     1,086        19
        Indiana                 809        98     5,032        28        13       391         9         0       202         5
        Iowa                    121     1,200     2,158        10        10       332         1         2     1,308       103
        Kansas                2,293     2,265     1,114       120        37       129         7         1     1,887        12
        Kentucky                299       306     1,455         1         6        87         1         3       468         0
        Louisiana               691       557     1,402       150         8       450         1         4       392         1
        Maine                    53       215       598         0         0         9         0         0         7         0
        Maryland                200        70       329         1         6        63         0         0        15         3
        Massachusetts            64        29       992         8         0        84         0         0        15         0
        Michigan              1,384       420     3,018        11        11       439        90         1       369        18
        Minnesota               264     2,560     1,742        17         9       284         1         1       284        12
        Mississippi             160       361     1,554        10         4       136         1         1       742         2
        Missouri              1,508       750     1,598        21         3        80         2         1       883        18
        Montana                  28     1,145       285        17         2        11         0         8        20        17
        Nebraska                844       731       641       123        40        56         2         2     1,580        15
        Nevada                   19        59        65        67         0        44         1         0        20        14
        New Hampshire            12        57       419         1         0         7         0         0         6         1
        New Jersey              153         8     1,430        13        16        83         0        58        67        35
        New Mexico              444       184        49         1         2        34         0         0        96         0
        New York                416       156     2,283         8        15       287         0         2        92        16
        North Carolina           22        47     4,434         6        12        32         1         1       298         6
        North Dakota            126     3,546       476        19         2        39         0         2       410         4
        Ohio                  1,410       117     4,591        13        12       239         0         2       148        19
        Oklahoma              1,793       619       951       124        15        55         0         6       970        28
        Oregon                  477       118     1,313        17        23        60         0         0        41       253
        Pennsylvania            949        77     3,779        59       243       100         1        16       355         4
        Rhode Island              1         1        79         0        10        36         0         1         0         0
        South Carolina           31         1     2,962        25         5         8         0         1        70         6
        South Dakota             13     1,424       444         1         1       118         0         0        86        50
        Tennessee               105       239     2,687         5         5       106         3         0       212         6
        Texas                 4,632     1,175     4,157       398       105       303         5        18     1,665        32
        Utah                    219       231       383        50         5        29         3         2        83         4
        Vermont                  34        43       331         0         1        11         0         0        75         1
        Virginia                228        54     1,689         4         2        16         4         8       116        17
        Washington              124     1,136     1,299        77        12       173         0         0        30         3
        West Virginia           803        10       738         2         3        10         0         1       324         2
        Wisconsin                60       353     3,728        13        21       310         1         1       224         1
        Wyoming                  40       197       137         2         1        29         0         0       115         6
        Puerto Rico               0         0        22         0         0         0         0         0         2         0
       FINAL TOTALS          27,100    25,203    84,361     2,208       796     6,535       162       178    16,540       834
    




TABLE 61.  TOTAL CROSSINGS BY MAXIMUM TIME TABLE SPEED, WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND NUMBER OF TRACKS, 1995


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.......................  1327   1770    2551   2407    2034    1828    1186    1051      41       4       1       0   14200
FLASHING LIGHTS.............  4468   3061    5367   3627    2373    1460     307     331      12       0       0       0   21006
HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS   376    162     196    123      49      54      11       9       1       0       1       0     982
SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....  2274    523     252     80      58      21      13      21      12       2       0       0    3256
STOP SIGNS..................  1195    847    1879   1627    1072     810     259     341       2       0       0       0    8032
CROSSBUCKS.................. 12766   7125   16870  11609    6273    4484     918    1146     121       0       1       0   61313
OTHER SIGNS.................   175     94      62     15      12       0       3       3       0       0       0       0     364
NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........  2504    930     735    315     120     103      35      28       4       0       0       0    4774
   TOTAL.................... 25085  14512   27912  19803   11991    8760    2732    2930     193       6       3       0  113927


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.......................   985   1523   2380    2419    2283    2188    1891    1895     144       2       2       0   15712
FLASHING LIGHTS.............  1718   1181   1795    1338     845     635     207     177       8       0       0       0    7904
HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS   168    114    123      72      38      38      28      16       4       0       0       0     601
SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....   942    235    139      45      26      26       6      12       3       1       0       0    1435
STOP SIGNS..................   517    371    511     469     356     282     197     229       2       0       0       0    2934
CROSSBUCKS..................  5081   2947   4267    2713    1688    1407     833     741     111       0       0       0   19788
OTHER SIGNS.................    55     32     22      17      14       1       1       0       0       0       0       0     142
NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........   820    313    154      67      44      37      16      23       0       0       0       0    1474
   TOTAL.................... 10286   6716   9391    7140    5294    4614    3179    3093     272       3       2       0   49990


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.......................  2312   3293   4931    4826    4317    4016    3077    2946     185       6       3       0   29912
FLASHING LIGHTS.............  6186   4242   7162    4965    3218    2095     514     508      20       0       0       0   28910
HWY. SIGNALS, WIGWAGS, BELLS   544    276    319     195      87      92      39      25       5       0       1       0    1583
SPECIAL WARNING DEVICES.....  3216    758    391     125      84      47      19      33      15       3       0       0    4691
STOP SIGNS..................  1712   1218   2390    2096    1428    1092     456     570       4       0       0       0   10966
CROSSBUCKS.................. 17847  10072  21137   14322    7961    5891    1751    1887     232       0       1       0   81101
OTHER SIGNS.................   230    126     84      32      26       1       4       3       0       0       0       0     506
NO SIGNS OR SIGNALS.........  3324   1243    889     382     164     140      51      51       4       0       0       0    6248
   TOTAL.................... 35371  21228  37303   26943   17285   13374    5911    6023     465       9       5       0  163917



 






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TABLE 62.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL 
CROSSINGS BY TYPE OF CONSISTS, 1995


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

Alabama..........     7   ---     2   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Alaska...........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arizona..........     4   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Arkansas.........     8   ---     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     3   ---     1
California.......    18     2    10     2     1   ---      6   ---     1     4   ---     1
Colorado.........     4   ---     1     1     1   ---    ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1
Connecticut......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Delaware.........     2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Dist. of Columbia   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

Florida..........     3   ---     1     2     1     2    ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Georgia..........     9   ---     3     1     1   ---    ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Idaho............     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Illinois.........    14     1     6     3   ---     2      6   ---   ---     3   ---     1
Indiana..........     8   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      7   ---     2     1   ---   ---
Iowa.............     3     1   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Kansas...........     4     1     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     5   ---     3
Kentucky.........    14     1     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Louisiana........    11   ---     4   ---   ---   ---      4   ---     3     3   ---     1
Maine............     1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      3   ---   ---     1   ---   ---

Maryland.........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Massachusetts....   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Michigan.........     3   ---   ---     1   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2
Minnesota........     6     2     2   ---   ---   ---      3   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Mississippi......     9     1     3     2     1   ---      1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---
Missouri.........    10   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     2   ---     2
Montana..........     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Nebraska.........     7     1     1   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1     5   ---   ---
Nevada...........     3     4   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Hamshire.....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

New Jersey.......     1   ---     1     2     1   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New Mexico.......     2     1   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
New York.........     3   ---   ---     2   ---     3      2   ---     1     1   ---   ---
North Carolina...     9   ---   ---     1     1   ---      1   ---   ---     1   ---     2
North Dakota.....     2   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Ohio.............    13     2     2   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1     1   ---   ---
Oklahoma.........     4   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---
Oregon...........     3     2   ---     1     7   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Pennsylvania.....     7     3   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---
Rhode Island.....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

South Carolina...     7   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      2   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
South Dakota.....   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Tennessee........     9     2     2   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Texas............    40     7    14   ---   ---   ---      5   ---     2     4   ---     3
Utah.............     3   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Vermont..........     1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Virginia.........    16     1     7   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---     2   ---     2
Washington.......    16     2     4     3     1     4     11   ---     1     1   ---   ---
West Virginia....     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---     1   ---   ---
Wisconsin........     6     4     2   ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Wyoming..........     5   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---

   Total.........   305    38    84    22    15    12     67   ---    14    50   ---    19


  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, 1995


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

Alabama..........        ---        ---        ---        ---          2          2         ---          6         10
Alaska...........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---
Arizona..........        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          3         ---        ---          4
Arkansas.........        ---        ---        ---        ---          4          3         ---          4         11
California.......        ---          1          1          3          3         16         ---          6         30
Colorado.........        ---        ---        ---        ---          4          1         ---          1          6
Connecticut......        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---
Delaware.........        ---          1        ---        ---          1        ---         ---        ---          2
Dist. of Columbia        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---

Florida..........        ---        ---        ---        ---          3          2         ---          1          6
Georgia..........        ---          1        ---        ---         11        ---         ---        ---         12
Idaho............        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---         ---        ---          1
Illinois.........        ---          1        ---          1          7          5         ---         12         26
Indiana..........          1        ---        ---          3          2          1         ---          9         16
Iowa.............        ---          1        ---        ---          1        ---         ---          3          5
Kansas...........        ---        ---        ---        ---          7        ---         ---          2          9
Kentucky.........        ---        ---        ---        ---          7        ---         ---          7         14
Louisiana........        ---        ---        ---        ---         11          2           1          4         18
Maine............        ---        ---        ---          2        ---          1         ---          2          5

Maryland.........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---          1          1
Massachusetts....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---          1          1
Michigan.........        ---          1        ---        ---          2        ---         ---          3          6
Minnesota........        ---        ---        ---          1        ---          3         ---          6         10
Mississippi......        ---          2        ---        ---          7          1         ---          2         12
Missouri.........        ---        ---        ---        ---          3          2         ---          7         12
Montana..........        ---        ---        ---        ---          1          2           1          1          5
Nebraska.........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          3         ---         11         14
Nevada...........        ---        ---        ---        ---          1          2         ---        ---          3
New Hamshire.....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---
 
New Jersey.......          1          1        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---          2          4
New Mexico.......        ---        ---        ---        ---          2        ---         ---        ---          2
New York.........        ---          1          1        ---        ---        ---         ---          6          8
North Carolina...        ---        ---        ---        ---          7        ---         ---          5         12
North Dakota.....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          2         ---        ---          2
Ohio.............          1          1        ---          1          3          1         ---          9         16
Oklahoma.........        ---        ---        ---          1          3          1         ---        ---          5
Oregon...........        ---        ---          1        ---          1          2         ---          1          5
Pennsylvania.....        ---        ---        ---        ---          2          2           1          4          9
Rhode Island.....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---

South Carolina...        ---          1        ---        ---          7        ---         ---          2         10
South Dakota.....        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---
Tennessee........          1          1        ---          1          2          1         ---          4         10
Texas............          1          2        ---          1         20         20         ---          5         49
Utah.............        ---        ---        ---        ---          1        ---           1          1          3
Vermont..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---          1          1
Virginia.........        ---          1        ---        ---          9          2         ---          7         19
Washington.......        ---        ---        ---          1          4         16         ---         10         31
West Virginia....        ---          1        ---        ---          2          1         ---          3          7
Wisconsin........        ---          1        ---        ---          2          3         ---          1          7
Wyoming..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---          5         ---        ---          5
Unknown..........        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---        ---         ---        ---        ---

   Total.........          5         18          3         16        143        105           4        150        444


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







TABLE 64.   ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY HIGHWAY USER, 1995


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

Automobile.......    198     41.25        25     45.45        56     40.00        19        45
Truck............    154     32.08        26     47.27        51     36.43        14        32
Truck-trailer....     92     19.17         2      3.64        22     15.71         2        16
Bus..............    ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
School bus.......    ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Motorcycle.......    ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Pedestrian.......      1       .21       ---       ---         1       .71       ---         1
Other............     35      7.29         2      3.64        10      7.14         2         8

   Total.........    480    100.00        55    100.00       140    100.00        37       102









  TABLE 65.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY AND MOTORIST ACTION, 1995



                    --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............     1    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     4    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---     5   ---    ---
Cantilever flshrs   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---      1   ---   ---     2    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---     3   ---    ---
Standard flashers   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---     10     1     5     5    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---    15     1      5
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---      1   ---     3     2    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---     3   ---      3
Special Devices..   ---    ---   ---      1   ---   ---     15   ---     3   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---    16   ---      3
Crossbucks.......   ---    ---   ---      7   ---   ---     79     5    40    54      4     4      3     1    ---   143    10     44
Stopsigns........   ---    ---   ---     13     1     4     59    27    32    26      1     4      7   ---    ---   105    29     40
Other Signs......   ---    ---   ---    ---   ---   ---      3     1   ---     1    ---   ---    ---   ---    ---     4     1    ---
No Signs Or Signl   ---    ---   ---     11   ---     2     75     7    17    60      4    15      4     1    ---   150    12     34

   Total.........     1    ---   ---     32     1     6    243    41   100   154      9    23     14     2    ---   444    53    129


  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, 1995



                   -----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.........     3   ---     2    74     9     13     8   ---   ---    71     2     4    156    11    19
1-9..............     1   ---     1   114    14     50     3   ---     1    24     3     4    142    17    56
10-19............     1   ---   ---    54    18     23     2   ---     1    15     1     5     72    19    29
20-29............     2   ---     1     5     2      2   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1     11     2     4
30-39............   ---   ---   ---     5     1      4     1   ---     1     3   ---     2      9     1     7
40-49............   ---   ---   ---     2   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      2   ---     1
50-59............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---      1   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---      1   ---     1
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---    11     2    ---   ---   ---   ---     2   ---     1     13     2     1

   Total.........     7   ---     4   266    46     94    14   ---     3   119     6    17    406    52   118

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..............     2   ---   ---     6   ---      1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      9   ---     1
10-19............     1   ---   ---     9     1      4     1   ---   ---     6   ---     3     17     1     7
20-29............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      2   ---   ---
30-39............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---   ---      1   ---   ---
40-49............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1      2   ---     1
50-59............   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1      1   ---     1
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---     4   ---      1   ---   ---   ---     2   ---   ---      6   ---     1

   Total.........     3   ---   ---    21     1      6     1   ---   ---    13   ---     5     38     1    11
 
G R A N D  T O T A L

Standing.........     3   ---     2    74     9     13     8   ---   ---    71     2     4    156    11    19
1-9..............     3   ---     1   120    14     51     3   ---     1    25     3     4    151    17    57
10-19............     2   ---   ---    63    19     27     3   ---     1    21     1     8     89    20    36
20-29............     2   ---     1     6     2      2   ---   ---   ---     5   ---     1     13     2     4
30-39............   ---   ---   ---     5     1      4     1   ---     1     4   ---     2     10     1     7
40-49............   ---   ---   ---     3   ---      1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1      4   ---     2
50-59............   ---   ---   ---     1   ---      1   ---   ---   ---     1   ---     1      2   ---     2
60 and over......   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---
Unknown..........   ---   ---   ---    15     2      1   ---   ---   ---     4   ---     1     19     2     2

   Total.........    10   ---     4   287    47    100    15   ---     3   132     6    22    444    53   129




  TABLE 67.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AT PRIVATE HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS,
BY RAILROAD AND WARNING DEVICE CATEGORY, 1995



                                                            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       ---         6         3       ---         4        15
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.     ---       ---       ---         2        15         2       ---         4        23
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                 ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         2         2
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                   ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.             ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         1
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.              ---       ---         1         3        10        35       ---        25        74
Chicago And North Western Transp.             ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---         2         3
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1         1
Consolidated Rail Corp.                         1         3       ---         2         2         2         1        12        23
CSX Transp.                                   ---         2       ---       ---        20         3       ---        16        41
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad          ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1         1
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.              ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         4         5
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.    ---       ---       ---       ---         2       ---       ---       ---         2
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.         ---       ---       ---         1         1         1       ---         3         6
Florida East Coast Railway Co.                ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Gateway Western Railway                       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1         1
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.              ---         1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.           ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                 ---       ---       ---       ---         3         1         1         3         8
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1         1
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.              ---         3       ---       ---        15       ---       ---       ---        18
Long Island Rail Road                         ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.             ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Montana Rail Link                             ---       ---       ---       ---         1         1         1         1         4
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations              1       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---         1         2
Norfolk Southern Corp.                          1         3       ---         2        32         7       ---        33        78
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail     ---         1       ---       ---         1       ---       ---         1         3
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Port Authority Trans Hudson                   ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                 ---         1       ---       ---         2         1       ---       ---         4
Soo Line Railroad Co.                         ---         1       ---       ---         1         1       ---         5         8
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.             ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                    1         1       ---         3         8        21       ---         5        39
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.     ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---         2       ---         1       ---       ---         3
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.            ---       ---       ---       ---         1         2       ---       ---         3
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis         ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                     ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                    ---       ---       ---         1        12        16         1        17        47
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)           ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---       ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.              ---       ---       ---       ---         1       ---       ---       ---         1
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                        ---         1       ---       ---         2         2       ---       ---         5
All Other Railroads.......................      1       ---       ---       ---         6         6       ---         8        21

   Total..................................      5        18         3        16       143       105         4       150       444


  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, 1995



                                       -------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.)     15        14         6         1       ---        ---         16        14         6
Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe Railway Co.   23         3         7         3       ---          2         26         3         9
Bangor And Aroostook Railroad                2       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          2       ---       ---
Belt Railway Co. of Chicago                ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.            1       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          1       ---       ---
Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.           ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Burlington Northern Railroad Co.            74        10        16         5       ---        ---         79        10        16
Chicago And North Western Transp.            3       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          3       ---       ---
Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.      1       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          1       ---       ---
Consolidated Rail Corp.                     23         2         1         1       ---        ---         24         2         1
CSX Transp.                                 41         2        11         2       ---        ---         43         2        11
Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad         1       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          1       ---       ---
Delaware And Hudson Railroad Co.             5         1         2         1         1        ---          6         2         2
Denver And Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.   2       ---         1       ---       ---        ---          2       ---         1
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.   ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Elgin, Joliet And Eastern Railway Co.        6       ---         2       ---       ---        ---          6       ---         2
Florida East Coast Railway Co.             ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Gateway Western Railway                      1       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          1       ---       ---
Grand Trunk Western Railroad Co.             1       ---         2         2       ---          1          3       ---         3
Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.        ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Illinois Central Railroad Co.                8       ---         2       ---       ---        ---          8       ---         2
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.             1       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          1       ---       ---
Kansas City Southern Railway Co.            18       ---         4         1       ---          3         19       ---         7
Long Island Rail Road                      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.          ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Montana Rail Link                            4       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          4       ---       ---
New Jersey Transit Rail Operations           2         1       ---       ---       ---        ---          2         1       ---
Norfolk Southern Corp.                      78         6        22         5       ---          1         83         6        23
Northeast Illinois Regional Commuter Rail    3       ---         2       ---       ---        ---          3       ---         2
Northern Indiana Commuter Trans.           ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.           ---       ---       ---         1       ---          1          1       ---         1
Port Authority Trans Hudson                ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                4       ---         2       ---       ---        ---          4       ---         2
Soo Line Railroad Co.                        8         2         2         4       ---          1         12         2         3
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp.          ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Southern Pacific Transp. Co.                39         6        18       ---       ---        ---         39         6        18
Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.  ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Springfield Terminal Railway Co.             3       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---          3       ---       ---
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.           3         1       ---       ---       ---        ---          3         1       ---
Terminal Railroad Assoc. of St. Louis      ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Texas Mexican Railway Co.                  ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Union Pacific Railroad Co.                  47         5        23         2       ---          1         49         5        24
Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)        ---       ---       ---       ---       ---        ---        ---       ---       ---
Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.             1       ---       ---         1       ---          1          2       ---         1
Wisconsin Central Ltd.                       5       ---         4       ---       ---        ---          5       ---         4
All Other Railroads.......................  21       ---         2         7         1        ---         28         1         2
  
   Total.................................. 444        53       129        36         2         11        480        55       140




TABLE 69.   (MV) ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS AND CASUALTIES AT PRIVATE
HIGHWAY-RAIL CROSSINGS, BY SPEED OF CONSIST, 1995


                   ----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.........     4    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     2    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     6    ---   ---
1-9..............    42    ---     3     1   ---     1    54    ---    10    28   ---     4   125    ---    18
10-19............    26    ---     3     1   ---   ---     9    ---     3    12   ---     4    48    ---    10
20-29............    34    ---    11     3   ---     4     2    ---     1     2   ---     3    41    ---    19
30-39............    63      1    19     2   ---     2   ---    ---   ---     4   ---     5    69      1    26
40-49............    86     25    33     3     1   ---   ---    ---   ---     3   ---     3    92     26    36
50-59............    33      9     8     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---     1   ---   ---    35      9     8
60-69............    14      2     6     3     3   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    17      5     6
70-79............     3      1     1     6    10   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     9     11     1
80-89............   ---    ---   ---     1     1     2   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1      1     2
90 and over......   ---    ---   ---     1   ---     3   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---     1    ---     3
Unknown..........   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---

   Total.........   305     38    84    22    15    12    67    ---    14    50   ---    19   444     53   129


  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, 1995



                   ----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..............    40     1     7    18     12    12    37   ---     8     4    ---     3    99    13    30
10-19............    27     2     6     3      2   ---    12   ---     2     2    ---     1    44     4     9
20-29............    31     5     8   ---    ---   ---     8   ---     2   ---    ---   ---    39     5    10
30-39............    27     6     9   ---    ---   ---     4   ---     2   ---    ---   ---    31     6    11
40-49............    23     1     6     1      1   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    25     2     6
50-59............    26     2    11   ---    ---   ---     2   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    28     2    11
60-69............    12     5     5   ---    ---   ---     1   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    13     5     5
70-79............    21     4     5   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    21     4     5
80-89............    18     1     6   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    18     1     6
90-99............    23     2     5   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    23     2     5
100-109..........    18     2     4   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    18     2     4
110-119..........    25     7     8   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---    25     7     8
120-129..........     4   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---     4   ---   ---
130-139..........     3   ---     1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---     3   ---     1
140-149..........     3   ---     1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---     3   ---     1
150 And over.....     2   ---     1   ---    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---    ---   ---     2   ---     1
Locomotives only.     2   ---     1   ---    ---   ---     2   ---   ---    44    ---    15    48   ---    16

   Total.........   305    38    84    22     15    12    67   ---    14    50    ---    19   444    53   129


  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, 1995



                                         ---------------------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............      5    ---    ---    ---      2     ---      2    ---    ---    ---      1
Cantilever flshrs      2    ---      1    ---      1     ---      1      1    ---    ---    ---
Standard flashers     15    ---    ---    ---      7     ---      3    ---      3    ---      2
Hwy Sig,W W,Bells      3    ---    ---    ---      3     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---
Special Devices..    ---    ---     16      1      4     ---      5    ---      2    ---      4
Crossbucks.......    ---    ---    143      1     84       9     35      2      8    ---      4
Stopsigns........    ---    ---    105      3     68       2     27    ---      4    ---      1
Other Signs......    ---    ---      4    ---      4     ---    ---    ---    ---    ---    ---
No Signs Or Signl    ---    ---    150      2     93       3     46    ---      4      1      1

   Total.........     25    ---    419      7    266      14    119      3     21      1     13


  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, 1995



                            State           Farm     Residential Recreational Industrial  Unknown    Total
                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                      Alabama                 1,278         227          14          463           0       1,982
                      Alaska                      4          14           5           81           0         104
                      Arizona                   395          24          13          254           0         686
                      Arkansas                1,002         219          17          269           0       1,507
                      California              2,140         342         122        2,258           9       4,871
                      Colorado                  897         258          23          264           6       1,448
                      Connecticut                49          30          32          149           1         261
                      Delaware                   62          34           4           19           0         119
                      Dist Of Columbia            0           0           0            8           0           8
                      Florida                   391         206          32          446         405       1,480
                      Georgia                 1,542         647          32          554           0       2,775
                      Idaho                     871          61          11          433           0       1,376
                      Illinois                3,755         506          77        1,346           0       5,684
                      Indiana                 1,887         328          29          598           4       2,846
                      Iowa                    3,149         328          51          688           1       4,217
                      Kansas                  3,589         207           8          427           1       4,232
                      Kentucky                1,576         755          18          412           0       2,761
                      Louisiana               1,731         504          21          965           1       3,222
                      Maine                     410         118          77          329           0         934
                      Maryland                  404          79          17          212           0         712
                      Massachusetts             169          68          39          261           0         537
                      Michigan                1,330         395         125          867           0       2,717
                      Minnesota               2,261         239          50          583           0       3,133
                      Mississippi             1,409         409           6          275           0       2,099
                      Missouri                2,333         337          27          593           1       3,291
                      Montana                 1,625         108          23          302           0       2,058
                      Nebraska                2,497          86          13          240           0       2,836
                      Nevada                     28           3           6           35         193         265
                      New Hampshire             152          87          23           82           0         344
                      New Jersey                199          62          12          322           1         596
                      New Mexico                442          32           4          111           0         589
                      New York                2,152         338          99          588           0       3,177
                      North Carolina          1,753         905          34          887           1       3,580
                      North Dakota            1,956          26          10          188           0       2,180
                      Ohio                    2,428         334          42          899           1       3,704
                      Oklahoma                1,327         151          10          247           0       1,735
                      Oregon                  1,350         334          41        1,091           0       2,816
                      Pennsylvania            1,453         520         157        1,288           0       3,418
                      Rhode Island                7          18           9           37           0          71
                      South Carolina            726         299          15          308           0       1,348
                      South Dakota            1,143          81           3          134           0       1,361
                      Tennessee               1,111         394          22          391           0       1,918
                      Texas                   4,257         508          36        1,559           3       6,363
                      Utah                      524          46          10          209           0         789
                      Vermont                   450          62          29          109           0         650
                      Virginia                  645         189          13          303       1,773       2,923
                      Washington              1,446         401          55        1,112           0       3,014
                      West Virginia             888         658          46          627           1       2,220
                      Wisconsin               1,886         222          59          701           0       2,868
                      Wyoming                   779          16           0          137           0         932
                      Puerto Rico                 2           0           0            0           0           2
                    FINAL TOTALS             63,860      12,215       1,621       24,661       2,402     104,759
   





TABLE 73.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY STATE AND TYPE WARNING DEVICE, 1995


                                                                       No Signs
                                 State           Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown    Total
                           -------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Alabama                   665          20       1,296           1       1,982
                            Alaska                     68           0          36           0         104
                            Arizona                   416           5         265           0         686
                            Arkansas                  237           6       1,264           0       1,507
                            California              3,586         104       1,181           0       4,871
                            Colorado                  764          11         673           0       1,448
                            Connecticut               211          42           8           0         261
                            Delaware                   10           1         108           0         119
                            Dist Of Columbia            0           0           8           0           8
                            Florida                   973          52         455           0       1,480
                            Georgia                 1,424          12       1,338           1       2,775
                            Idaho                     291          11       1,074           0       1,376
                            Illinois                  573         104       5,007           0       5,684
                            Indiana                   265          38       2,543           0       2,846
                            Iowa                      676          15       3,526           0       4,217
                            Kansas                    273           5       3,954           0       4,232
                            Kentucky                  564          31       2,166           0       2,761
                            Louisiana                 409          31       2,782           0       3,222
                            Maine                     291          16         627           0         934
                            Maryland                  143           9         560           0         712
                            Massachusetts             174          13         350           0         537
                            Michigan                  315          35       2,367           0       2,717
                            Minnesota               1,101          19       2,013           0       3,133
                            Mississippi               202           5       1,892           0       2,099
                            Missouri                  249          26       3,016           0       3,291
                            Montana                   512           9       1,537           0       2,058
                            Nebraska                  157           6       2,673           0       2,836
                            Nevada                    108           6         150           1         265
                            New Hampshire              49           4         291           0         344
                            New Jersey                157          13         426           0         596
                            New Mexico                230           3         356           0         589
                            New York                  324          33       2,820           0       3,177
                            North Carolina          1,258          20       2,302           0       3,580
                            North Dakota              368           1       1,811           0       2,180
                            Ohio                      323          40       3,341           0       3,704
                            Oklahoma                  266           9       1,459           1       1,735
                            Oregon                    933          23       1,859           1       2,816
                            Pennsylvania              760          38       2,620           0       3,418
                            Rhode Island               41           1          29           0          71
                            South Carolina            970          12         366           0       1,348
                            South Dakota              235           2       1,123           1       1,361
                            Tennessee                 339          12       1,567           0       1,918
                            Texas                   1,440          81       4,842           0       6,363
                            Utah                      173           5         611           0         789
                            Vermont                    72           6         572           0         650
                            Virginia                  473          41       2,409           0       2,923
                            Washington                584          17       2,413           0       3,014
                            West Virginia             318          15       1,887           0       2,220
                            Wisconsin                 400          20       2,448           0       2,868
                            Wyoming                   308           5         619           0         932
                            Puerto Rico                 1           1           0           0           2
                          FINAL TOTALS             24,679       1,034      79,040           6     104,759






TABLE 74.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY TYPE DEVELOPMENT AND WARNING DEVICE, 1995


                                                                     No Signs
                                  State        Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown    Total
                             ------------------------------------------------------------------------

                               Farm........      11,381         107      52,371           1      63,860
                               Residential.       3,983          80       8,152           0      12,215
                               Recreational         677          28         916           0       1,621
                               Industrial..       8,124         797      15,735           5      24,661
                               Unknown.....         514          22       1,866           0       2,402
                             FINAL TOTALS        24,679       1,034      79,040           6     104,759





TABLE 75.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND TYPE DEVELOPMENT, 1995



                        Railroad                          Farm    Residential  Recreational Industrial  Unknown    Total
          ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     
          Alaska Railroad Corp.                                 4          14           5           81           0         104
          Alton & Southern Railroad                             8           5           0           14           0          27
          Amtrak (Nat?l Railroad Passenger Corp.)              35          13           3           16           1          68
          Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.           2,323         209          20        1,106           2       3,660
          Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                         184          35          48          118           0         385
          Belt Railway Company Of Chicago                       0           0           0           76           0          76
          Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                    38          12           2           44           0          96
          Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                      0           0           0           36           0          36
          Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  9,110         973         132        2,239           2      12,456
          Chicago and North Western Railway Co.             1,613         160          31          565           0       2,369
          Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.             525          24           3          150           0         702
          Consolidated Rail Corp.                           3,842         886         214        1,995           2       6,939
          CSX Transportation                                5,106       1,862         158        2,639         823      10,588
          Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad                480           7           1           66           0         554
          Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                       305          49          37           55           0         446
          Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.            310         175          16          168           4         673
          Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.             24          17           1           87           0         129
          Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railway                    4           5           7            5           0          21
          Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.                  39           1           0           33           0          73
          Florida East Coast Railway Co.                        5           3           1           18          86         113
          Gateway Western Railway                             135           1           1           19           0         156
          Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.                   351          24           4           67           0         446
          Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                   0           1           0           42           0          43
          Illinois Central Railroad Co.                     1,073         216           8          344           0       1,641
          Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                      0           2           0           41           0          43
          Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                    291          44           5          154           0         494
          Long Island Rail Road                                67           4           3            8           0          82
          Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.                    12           8           7           33           0          60
          Montana Rail Link                                   467          63          15          139           0         684
          New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                   43          15           5           33           0          96
          Norfolk Southern Corp.                            6,016       2,128          74        1,911       1,140      11,269
          Northeast Illinois Regional Comuter Rail Co.          3           3           1            3           0          10
          Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation              8           2           0           15           0          25
          Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                    118          30           1           36           0         185
          Port Authority Trans Hudson                           1           0           0            1           0           2
          Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                         1           0           0           97           0          98
          Soo Line Railroad Co.                             2,002         255          51          472           0       2,780
          Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation             22          12           2           17           0          53
          Southern Pacific Transportation Co.               2,035         328         104        2,007          87       4,561
          Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.            55           5           0           18           0          78
          Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                    108          31           6          138           0         283
          St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                  605          75           4           86           0         770
          Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis            3           0           0            9           0          12
          Union Pacific Railroad Co.                        8,726         900          79        2,378         104      12,187
          Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)                   0           0           0           39           0          39
          Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                    231          42           6          163           0         442
          Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)               715         100          24          323           0       1,162
          All Unknown Railroads                            16,817       3,476         542        6,557         151      27,543
     FINAL TOTALS                                          63,860      12,215       1,621       24,661       2,402     104,759
   




TABLE 76.  PRIVATE CROSSINGS AT-GRADE BY RAILROAD AND WARNING DEVICE, 1995


                                                                                     No Signs
                               Railroad                        Signs      Signals   or Signals    Unknown    Total
                ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                 Alaska Railroad Corp.                                68           0          36           0         104
                 Alton & Southern Railroad                             4           0          23           0          27
                 Amtrak (Nat?l Railroad Passenger Corp.)              31           8          29           0          68
                 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co.           1,160          47       2,453           0       3,660
                 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad                          86           5         294           0         385
                 Belt Railway Company Of Chicago                      25           2          49           0          76
                 Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.                    11           0          85           0          96
                 Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.                     11           3          22           0          36
                 Burlington Northern Railroad Co.                  2,845         116       9,494           1      12,456
                 Chicago and North Western Railway Co.               363          13       1,993           0       2,369
                 Chicago, Central & Pacific Railroad Co.             268           2         432           0         702
                 Consolidated Rail Corp.                             890          71       5,978           0       6,939
                 CSX Transportation                                4,135         187       6,265           1      10,588
                 Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern Railroad                 52           0         501           1         554
                 Delaware & Hudson Railway Co.                        33           9         404           0         446
                 Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.            564           3         106           0         673
                 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway Co.            115           2          12           0         129
                 Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railway                   15           1           5           0          21
                 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co.                  16           3          54           0          73
                 Florida East Coast Railway Co.                       54           5          54           0         113
                 Gateway Western Railway                               5           0         151           0         156
                 Grand Trunk Western Railroad Inc.                    32          12         402           0         446
                 Houston Belt & Terminal Railway Co.                   5           0          38           0          43
                 Illinois Central Railroad Co.                       221          21       1,399           0       1,641
                 Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.                     19           1          23           0          43
                 Kansas City Southern Railway Co.                     90           4         400           0         494
                 Long Island Rail Road                                 3           5          74           0          82
                 Metro North Commuter Railroad Co.                    42          13           5           0          60
                 Montana Rail Link                                   149           4         531           0         684
                 New Jersey Transit Rail Operations                   36           3          57           0          96
                 Norfolk Southern Corp.                            1,857          69       9,342           1      11,269
                 Northeast Illinois Regional Comuter Rail              5           0           5           0          10
                 Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation              8           7          10           0          25
                 Paducah & Louisville Railway Co.                     44           3         138           0         185
                 Port Authority Trans Hudson                           2           0           0           0           2
                 Port Terminal Railroad Assoc.                        36          13          49           0          98
                 Soo Line Railroad Co.                               260          18       2,502           0       2,780
                 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation              1           1          51           0          53
                 Southern Pacific Transportation Co.               2,011          96       2,454           0       4,561
                 Southern Pacific, Chicago-St. Louis Corp.             5           1          72           0          78
                 Springfield Terminal Railway Co.                    108           9         166           0         283
                 St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co.                  196           5         569           0         770
                 Terminal Railroad Association Of St. Louis            4           0           8           0          12
                 Union Pacific Railroad Co.                        1,834          88      10,264           1      12,187
                 Union Railroad Company (Pittsburgh)                  19           0          20           0          39
                 Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co.                     77           2         363           0         442
                 Wisconsin Central Ltd. (also Railway)               190           3         969           0       1,162
                 All Unknown Railroads                             6,674         179      20,689           1      27,543
            FINAL TOTALS                                          24,679       1,034      79,040           6     104,759


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 crossings.

(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 flange way 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 feed 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 a 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 included 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 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) Gates3
7) Flashing lights
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.

1Figures supplied by the Federal Highway Administration.
21995 MOTOR VEHICLE NUMBERS ARE PRELIMINARY.
Registration figures for Hawaii are omitted because it does not have any reporting railroads.
3When cantilevered flashing lights are categorized separately, they are ranked eighth and gates are ranked ninth.