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Washington, D.C.


csx operations in

District of columbia

District of Columbia
Major Rail Yard
 

 


state information

District of columbia

Operates and maintains nearly
70 miles of track.*
  Handled more than
412,000 carloads
of freight on the state's rail network.
Maintains more than
20 public and private grade crossings.
  Throughout 2015, CSX reported nearly
$3.4 million in compensation for employees.**
At the end of 2015,
CSX employed 45 people.
  In 2015, CSX invested more than
$46.6 million in its District of Columbia network.

 

Investment Projects

Virginia Avenue Tunnel

  • The Virginia Avenue Tunnel, in southeast Washington, D.C., is a crucial element in the East Coast’s rail transportation network that allows freight trains to move among key U.S. consumer and industrial markets and the ports that connect them to the global economy.
  • The Federal and D.C. governments approved reconstruction of the aging Tunnel following a six-year oversight, review and public comment process that included more than 200 public meetings. In 2015, CSX began replacing the existing, single track tunnel with a modern, two track structure that eliminates a bottleneck in the D.C. network while facilitating the transport of double-stacked containerized freight. CSX plans to invest more than $226 million of private funding in the project.

CSX and the District of Columbia Community

  • CSX has partnered with the Anacostia Watershed Society for the past nine years to host an annual Earth Day river cleanup and celebration. Nearly 2,000 volunteers joined the 2015 cleanup of the Anacostia River and its tributaries as part of a 24-site metro-wide service day event.
  • In 2015, CSX sponsored a Trees for Tracks service day in Washington, D.C. Through its Trees for Tracks program, CSX is delivering on its promise to plant 42,000 trees, two for each mile of track in its 23-state service network.
  • In 2015, CSX contributed nearly $1.3 million to organizations in the District of Columbia, including the American Red Cross, Alliance for Community Trees, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, and Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District.

 

* Miles of track includes single main track, other main track, yard tracks and sidings as of December 31, 2015.
** This figure includes current and former employees.
 


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