Railroad. The Project includes Work on, over and adjacent to the BNSF Railway Company (Railroad) Right-of-Way (ROW) and/or properties on, over or adjacent to the tracks, wire lines, and other facilities of the Railroad. This Section provides requirements applicable to Work performed on, over or adjacent to the Railroad ROW. Anticipated Work on, over or adjacent to Railroad ROW is limited to construction work necessary for the removal and replacement of the existing US6 bridge structure foundations, piers, crash walls and abutment retaining walls, lighting under the bridge, and all other substructure and superstructure elements. The Contractor shall abide by and comply with the requirements of the Railroad, as well as those requirements specified herein and as identified and referenced in the PUC application and BNSF C&M Agreement. The Contractor shall comply with all rules and regulations prescribed by the Railroad as to the proper manner of protecting the tracks (and the traffic moving thereon), telephone, telegraph and signal wires, and other property of the Railroad or their tenants at and in the vicinity of the Project during the time such Work is being performed. Compliance with the Railroad rules and regulations shall include execution of agreements required by the Railroad.
Railroad. Rail ties on tracks A and B are up to Rail Load out; tracks C and D are installed past DDG building to rail car storage area. Tracks A and B to be complete when Grains building is complete. 3. Power Company is 100% complete on permanent power. 4. Gas line to plant has commenced, gas to be on site by Oct. 21. 5. City water main from main entrance to tank is installed, awaiting word from City. 6. Road work has started at main entrance and Admin. Area, final grading has started in these areas as well.
Railroad. Certain railroad costs incurred by LPA may be eligible for reimbursement from Federal-aid funds. Reimbursement of these costs require LPA to execute a Railroad Agreement with the applicable railroad using State’s template agreement, which shall identify the services to be provided by the railroad and associated costs. Any railroad work performed prior to Federal authorization and receipt of a Notice to Proceed will not be eligible for Federal-aid.
Railroad. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, Seller shall deliver coal sold and purchased hereunder in accordance with the contract between Buyer and railroad (said price redacted contract to be provided to Seller) and the applicable railroad tariff provisions. Buyer shall be responsible for providing any applicable amendments or revisions to said railroad tariff provisions to Sales Agent and/or Seller. Buyer shall cooperate with Seller in the scheduling of work at Seller's Operations and shall be responsible for arranging and coordinating with the railroad (also referred to herein as "carrier") the arrival of rail cars for loading. Buyer shall pay carrier for all rail transportation charges for coal purchased from Seller under this Agreement, except as provided for in the remainder of this Section 7 and Article III Section 3. SELLER SHALL INSPECT ALL COAL CARS FOR THE PRESENCE OF FOREIGN MATERIAL PRIOR TO LOADING AND SHALL ONLY LOAD CLEAN COAL CARS. Seller will pay all additional freight charges, required by Buyer's rail transportation agreements or the applicable railroad tariffs, on coal delivered hereunder that are a result of Seller's failure to deliver the quantity of coal as scheduled by Buyer, in accordance with this Agreement unless the tonnage deficiency is excused by other provisions of this Agreement. Buyer shall be responsible for payment of any and all increased freight charges which result solely from or on account of the coal being shipped to more than one destination. Seller shall pay all additional freight charges, required by the applicable railroad tariffs or Buyer's rail transportation agreements on coal delivered hereunder that are a result of Seller's failure to notify the railroad, in writing, in accordance with the applicable railroad tariffs or Buyer's rail transportation agreement, of Seller's inability to make shipment as scheduled. Seller shall pay all detention and switching charges at Seller's Operations resulting from Seller's failure to load and ship the coal in accordance with the applicable railroad tariffs or Buyer's rail transportation agreement. Seller shall load coal so as to permit loading of 12,000-ton trains within a 6-hour period. Seller shall pay all charges resulting from overloading or underloading cars in accordance with the applicable tariffs or Buyer's rail transportation agreement.
Railroad. OWNER shall design, procure, fabricate and install any railroad track siding to the Site, at grades specified by DESIGN/BUILDER, including all necessary earth work to properly locate the track, preparation of the railroad track bed, and track, ties and ballast to railroad company specifications and all required permits.
Railroad. For all Contracts that involve accessing property owned or maintained by Metro North Commuter Railroad or any of its subsidiaries, Metro North Commuter Railroad and the following companies must be included as Additional Insureds on the Contractor’s General Liability policy: Metropolitan Transportation Authority National Railroad Passenger Corp. (AMTRAK) CSX Transportation, Inc. & New York Central Lines LLC Delaware & Xxxxxx Railway Company, Inc. Housatonic Railroad Company Providence & Worchester Railroad Company Connecticut Department of Transportation Consolidated Rail Corporation Midtown TDR Ventures, LLC Midtown Trackage Ventures, LLC