Most of the hazardous materials CSX moves are chemicals that are an important part of American commerce – for manufacturers, for businesses, and for consumers who use the products made from these chemicals.
Safety is CSX’s first priority for every carload of freight entrusted to us, and every decision we make is designed to move those carloads from origin to destination without incident. Learn more about our safety programs and training.
This list illustrates the percentage of hazardous materials carloads by U.S. DOT hazard class that moved through Kentucky between January 1 and December 31, 2022.
Data represents movements between January 1 and December 31, 2022
|Class 1 - Explosives||3%|
|Class 2 - Gases||18%|
|Class 3 - Flammable Liquids||44%|
|Class 4 - Other Flammable Substances||<1%|
|Class 5 - Oxidizing Substances & Organic Peroxides||2%|
|Class 6 - Toxic (Poisonous) & Infectious Substances||2%|
|Class 7 - Radioactive Material||<1%|
|Class 8 - Corrosives||14%|
|Class 9 - Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials||17%|
Content updated: February 2023.
This content is for illustrative purposes and is not intended to fulfill regulatory disclosure or any other local, state or federal requirements. For regulatory matters and disclosure requests, or if you’re an emergency response, emergency planning or government official looking for more information about the hazardous materials CSX moves in your jurisdiction, please contact CSX at HazMatSafety@CSX.com.
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