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Transportation Information Regulations (SOR/96-334)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-01 and last amended on 2023-04-04. Previous Versions

PART XIIIClass 1 Rail Carriers (continued)

Report to Minister — Service and Performance Information

  •  (1) A class 1 rail carrier that is also a class I rail carrier must provide to the Minister by electronic means a report that sets out the following service and performance information with respect to rail traffic moving on its network during the reporting week:

    • (a) the daily average number of loaded cars and intermodal containers online;

    • (b) the daily average number of empty cars and intermodal containers online;

    • (c) the daily average number of total cars and intermodal containers online, both loaded and empty;

    • (d) the daily average number of loaded cars and intermodal containers not moving at origin;

    • (e) the daily average number of loaded cars and intermodal containers not moving en route;

    • (f) the daily average number of loaded cars and intermodal containers not moving at destination;

    • (g) the daily average number of loaded cars and intermodal containers not moving by major destination area;

    • (h) the daily average number of empty cars and intermodal containers not moving;

    • (i) the average dwell time at origin;

    • (j) the average dwell time at destination;

    • (k) the average terminal dwell time;

    • (l) the segment transit time;

    • (m) the average velocity;

    • (n) the locomotive fleet status; and

    • (o) the number of available railway operating employees.

  • (2) Instead of providing the report set out in subsection (1), the BNSF Railway Company must provide to the Minister by electronic means a report that includes the information set out in paragraphs (1)(a), (b), (c) and (k).

  • (3) The rail carriers referred to in subsections (1) and (2) must provide the report to the Minister on a weekly basis, for the period from Monday to Sunday, no later than 5 p.m. Eastern Time, on the Wednesday following the week to which the information relates.

  • (4) The first report is to be provided for the first full week of activity following the day on which this section comes into force.

 The information referred to in section 54 is to be reported in accordance with the methodologies and requirements set out in Schedule XII.

 

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