WASHINGTON – The Association of American Railroads (AAR) said Friday that the thirty-third annual edition of the Analysis of Class I Railroads is now available from AAR’s Policy and Economics Department.
The AAR’s “Green Book,” as it is commonly referred to, presents comprehensive 2010 data for each of the seven Class I railroads that operated in the United States last year in an easy-to-use format. It contains more than 750 entries for each Class I railroad, plus information aggregated by Eastern and Western districts and for the United States as a whole.
Data categories include financial results, employment, plant and equipment, traffic, fuel consumption, operating statistics and rankings.
The books are $300 for non-AAR members.
Useful website: www.aar.org