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Corporate Headquarters
500 Water Street, 15th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-3200

Report an Emergency: 1-800-232-0144

Any issue or incident that risks the safety of any person should be reported immediately. Be prepared to tell us your name, location and what you observed.

CSX Transportation, Inc.

500 Water Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-3100

PRESS RELEASES

CSX CFO Updates Volume Expectation and Reaffirms Second Quarter and Full-Year Earnings Guidance
June 3, 2015

CSX CFO Updates Volume Expectation and Reaffirms Second Quarter and Full-Year Earnings Guidance
June 3, 2015

CSX CFO Updates Volume Expectation and Reaffirms Second Quarter and Full-Year Earnings Guidance
June 3, 2015

CSX CFO Updates Volume Expectation and Reaffirms Second Quarter and Full-Year Earnings Guidance
June 3, 2015

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Safety Tips


Tips For Staying Safe Around The Rails

  1. Always look out for warning signs and signals. Flashing red lights indicate a train is approaching. Do not cross the tracks until the lights have stopped flashing and it is safe to do so. 
  2. Always assume a train is coming. Look carefully in each direction before crossing the tracks. Trains can run on any track, in either direction, at any time.
  3. If it won’t fit, don’t commit! Be sure there is enough space to clear the crossing without stopping. For your safety, leave at least 15 feet between the rear of your vehicle and the tracks.
  4. If your vehicle stalls on a crossing, get everyone out immediately. Move far away from the tracks even if you don’t see a train approaching. Call the emergency notification number posted on or near the crossing, or call local law enforcement.
  5. Trains cannot stop quickly. The average freight train traveling 55 miles per hour may take a mile or more to stop.
  6. Watch for vehicles such as school buses and trucks carrying hazardous materials that are required to come to a full stop at railroad crossings.
  7. Make sure you cross the tracks only at designated crossings and never try to beat a train through a crossing.
  8. Any issue or incident on or near CSX tracks that risks the safety of any person should be reported immediately to our Public Safety Coordination Center at 800-232-0144.

Always use caution and remember to "Play It Safe" around railroad tracks.