Guide to Railway Charges for Crossing Maintenance and Construction

The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) recently published a guide which replaces as of July 1, 2005, the Schedule A Directives, developed to assist the railways and road authorities, utility companies and landowners, by providing the CTA assessment of rail costs and setting a consistent, nation-wide rate structure for work performed by railway companies. This guide may be used by Canadian federally-regulated railways when charging for work performed at crossings, crossing warning systems, or for any other crossing-related work either agreed to by the parties or authorized by an order of the Agency.


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