ForensisGroup Trackage Rights Expert Witnesses work with these agreements between railroad companies in which the owner of tracks grants another railroad company use. Trackage rights contracts can be long- or short-term and can include the right to serve customers on the line. Also known as “running rights,” they also can be exclusive agreements.
Our experts have many years of experience in railroad operations, transportation consulting, railroad tracks and equipment maintenance, railroad management, and working with regulatory agencies. Some have expertise in railroad regulations and rules, tracks and facilities, maintenance practices, derailment and accident investigations, and railroad safety.
They are familiar with the Association of American Railroads (AAR) Field Manual of Interchange Rules, AAR Manual of Standards & Recommended Practices, as well as rule books and timetables.
Their consulting services includes work shipping products via rail, the duties of the rail shipper related to waybills, shipping papers, pre-inspection shipping and railroad tariffs. They also consult on issues related to the training and certification of conductors, and the training and certification of locomotive engineers.
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