Transportation Information Regulations (SOR/96-334)

Regulations are current to 2016-08-15 and last amended on 2015-04-01. Previous Versions

  •  (1) A class I rail carrier must provide to the Minister weekly information in respect of order fulfilment for grain shipments, including

    • (a) the number of railway cars ordered by the shipper;

    • (b) the number of railway cars committed by the rail carrier;

    • (c) the number of railway cars placed by the rail carrier; and

    • (d) the number of railway cars that were ordered and cancelled by the shipper.

  • (2) A class I rail carrier must provide to the Minister weekly information in respect of its covered hopper cars, including

    • (a) the number of empty railway cars;

    • (b) the number of loaded railway cars;

    • (c) the number of railway cars in storage; and

    • (d) the number of bad order railway cars.

  • (3) A class I rail carrier must provide to the Minister weekly information in respect of grain traffic, including

    • (a) the corridor used for

      • (i) grain traffic solely within the Western Division,

      • (ii) grain traffic from the Western Division to other parts of Canada,

      • (iii) grain traffic from the Western Division to the United States and Mexico, or

      • (iv) grain traffic from the United States to the Western Division;

    • (b) information as to whether the grain was transported by hopper car or container;

    • (c) the number of loaded cars transported in each corridor; and

    • (d) the gross tonnage of grain transported in each corridor.

  • SOR/2014-190, s. 3.
  •  (1) A class I rail carrier that transports passengers, must provide to the Minister, financial, operating and traffic information, other than information that relates to commuter trains, in respect of each month of the quarterly reporting period, that consists of

    • (a) revenues derived from

      • (i) the transportation of revenue passengers and passholders,

      • (ii) the sale of food and beverages,

      • (iii) receipts for mail and express services, and

      • (iv) the use of station property; and

    • (b) variable transportation costs attributable to

      • (i) payments to other rail carriers for the use of tracks, signals, dispatchers and locomotives,

      • (ii) train crews, fuel and reassembling trains at terminals,

      • (iii) buses and taxis used to provide scheduled services and, when a train cannot operate, non-scheduled services,

      • (iv) incentives,

      • (v) equipment maintenance, marketing and sales and station property maintenance, and

      • (vi) supplies used on trains and employees and facilities that provide customer services.

  • (2) A class I rail carrier that transports passengers must provide to the Minister traffic statistics, in respect of each month of the annual reporting period, that consists of

    • (a) revenue in relation to

      • (i) the distance that revenue passengers travelled, and

      • (ii) the number of revenue passengers travelling;

    • (b) the number of

      • (i) passholders and infants in relation to the distance that passholders and infants travelled,

      • (ii) passholders per coach, and

      • (iii) passholders and infants who have first class accommodation;

    • (c) the distance travelled by

      • (i) each train, in miles,

      • (ii) the total number of cars on each train, in miles,

      • (iii) each locomotive on each train, in miles, and

      • (iv) each train, in miles, multiplied by the number of seats in all of the cars of that train;

    • (d) the total distance travelled by

      • (i) passengers, including infants, divided by the total number of seats, and

      • (ii) passengers, other than infants, divided by the total number of seats; and

    • (e) performance indicators, including

      • (i) how often, expressed as a percentage, trains arrived at their destination at the scheduled time,

      • (ii) revenue in relation to costs, expressed as a percentage,

      • (iii) how often, expressed as a percentage, locomotives and cars were available to be operated, and

      • (iv) the number of miles that locomotives and cars operated before they incurred mechanical difficulties that caused delays affecting a train’s scheduled arrival time.

  • (3) The information required by subsections (1) and (2) must be provided in relation to the transportation system summary, by the following service categories and by each route within the following service categories,

    • (a) eastern corridor;

    • (b) southwestern Ontario;

    • (c) eastern long-haul;

    • (d) western long-haul; and

    • (e) mandatory routes.

  • SOR/97-92, s. 6(F).

 A class I rail carrier must provide the information referred to in

  • (a) subsections 10(1), (3) and (4) and section 11,

    • (i) when that information is to be provided in respect of a quarterly reporting period, by no later than 60 days after the last day of that period, and

    • (ii) when that information is to be provided in respect of an annual reporting period, by no later than 90 days after the last day of that period; and

  • (b) subsection 10(2),

    • (i) when that information is to be provided in respect of a quarterly reporting period, by no later than 60 days after the last day of the third quarterly reporting period in the same year, and

    • (ii) when that information is to be provided in respect of an annual reporting period, by no later than 90 days after the last day of that period.

  • SOR/99-328, s. 6.

 A class I rail carrier must provide the information referred to in subsections 10.1(2) and (3) by no later than October 15 following the end of the crop year.

  • SOR/99-328, s. 6;
  • SOR/2014-190, s. 4.
  •  (1) A class I rail carrier, class II rail carrier or class III rail carrier must provide to the Minister information about each locomotive in its fleet, including

    • (a) its number;

    • (b) its make, model and year of construction;

    • (c) the year in which it was last reconstructed, if applicable;

    • (d) the type and horsepower of its engine; and

    • (e) its main classification, such as road or yard.

  • (2) A class I rail carrier or class II rail carrier that transports passengers, and that realized revenues of at least $100,000,000 from transporting passengers in the calendar year before the year in which information is provided under this subsection, must provide to the Minister information about every ticket sold to a passenger for travel between two points in Canada or between a point in Canada and a point in the United States, including

    • (a) the passenger’s origin and destination as they appear on the ticket;

    • (b) the date that the passenger began the journey;

    • (c) the connecting train stations, if applicable;

    • (d) the number assigned to identify the train or trains used on the journey;

    • (e) the class of ticket and the fare paid; and

    • (f) the type of passenger, such as adult, child, student or senior, according to the tariff class.

  • (3) A class I rail carrier or class II rail carrier that transports passengers, and that realized revenues of less than $100,000,000 from transporting passengers in the calendar year before the year in which information is provided under this subsection, must provide to the Minister information about every railway line it operates for passenger travel in Canada or between Canada and the United States, including the name of the geographical location of each end of the railway line and the number of passengers transported on it.

  • (4) [Repealed, SOR/2014-190, s. 5]

  • SOR/2013-196, s. 9;
  • SOR/2014-190, s. 5.
 
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