Class III railroad

Class III Railroad

Class III railroad

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A Class III railroad, as defined by the Surface Transportation Board, is a railroad with an annual operating revenue of less than $20 million (1991 dollars).49 CFR Part 1201, General Instrucutions 1-1, GPO, 2007 The term only applies to United States railroads, but is sometimes applied to other countries. Class III railroads are typically local short line railroads, serving a very small number of towns or industries; many Class III railroads were once branch lines of larger railroads that were spun off, or portions of mainlines that had been abandoned.

Current Railroads by State

Current Class III railroads in operation in the United States are:

Alabama



Arkansas



California



Colorado



Delaware



Florida



Georgia



Illinois



Indiana



Iowa



Kansas

Massachusetts



Michigan



Missouri



Mississippi



Nebraska



New Mexico



New York



North Carolina



North Dakota



Oklahoma



Ohio



Oregon



Pennsylvania



South Carolina



South Dakota



Texas



Utah



Vermont



Virginia



Washington



Interstate



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