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CSX OPERATING FACILITIES

RAIL LINE TRANSFLO TERMINAL SERVICES BULK TRANSFER TERMINALS

Ashtabula

MAJOR RAIL YARDS CSX INTERMODAL TERMINALS

Toledo Cleveland Willard

TDSI AUTO DISTRIBUTION TERMINALS

Akron

Lordstown

North Baltimore

Stark

Lima Marysville Dayton Cincinnati Gallipolis Columbus Chillicothe Cambridge Benwood

CSX OPERATIONS

D Operates more than 1,900 miles of railroad in Ohio D CSX maintains more than 3,100 public and private grade

crossings in Ohio

D Handled more than 2,112,000 carloads of freight in Ohio

during 2009

D At the end of 2009, CSX employed nearly 3,000 people in Ohio D Throughout 2009, CSX reported nearly $184 million in compensation

and benefits for current and former employees in Ohio

D Invested more than $93.5 million in the network in Ohio in 2009 D Products shipped include consumer goods, passenger vehicles, coal,

D Shifting 10% of long-haul freight from the highway to the railway would

reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions by more than 12 million tons.

D The EPA estimates that moving freight by rail emits three times less

steel, and grain

nitrogen oxide and particulates per ton-mile than highway transportation.

CSX FACILITIES

D Major rail yards in Willard, Toledo/Wood County (Walbridge,

CSX AND THE COMMUNITY

D In partnership with state and local economic development agencies in

Stanley), Cincinnati (Queensgate), Cleveland (Collinwood), and Columbus (Parsons)

D CSX Intermodal terminals in Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus D CSX Intermodal terminal in Northwest Ohio under construction and

Ohio, businesses invested more than $47 million in new or expanded rail-served facilities on CSX Transportation or its connecting regional and short lines in 2009. These investments will generate an estimated 154 new jobs at those businesses.

D CSX is a National Leadership Sponsor of City Year, a non-profit

expected to be operational by 2011

D TRANSFLO terminals in Cincinnati, Cleveland (2), Columbus,

and Toledo

D Automotive distribution centers in Cincinnati (Cementdale), Warren

(Lordstown), and Walbridge

ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGES OF RAIL

D Railroads are the most environmentally-friendly and energy efficient

organization working to enact positive change in schools and communities throughout the country. CSX is a City Year site sponsor for youth service corps in Columbus and Cleveland. CSX sponsored a City Year service day at Indianola Middle School. Through this partnership, CSX brings its focus on safety and excellence to City Year with an emphasis on directly impacting communities across the country.

D CSX is a regular contributor to both regional and national

way to move goods on land. A single train can carry the load of more than 280 trucks.

D On average, railroads are three or more times more fuel efficient

organizations, such as National Safe Place, the Wounded Warrior Project, local schools and emergency management services.

D CSX is proud of its 150-year history of service to America's military.

than the alternative. Trains can move a ton of freight 436 miles on a single gallon of fuel.

D Since 1980, CSX has improved its fuel efficiency by almost 90 percent,

One in five CSX employees has served in the armed forces.

PASSENGER RAIL OPERATIONS

D Amtrak operates approximately 60 trains per day in 15 of the 23

and with constant innovation, freight rail becomes more efficient every day. In the past five years CSX has invested more than $1 billion to upgrade its fleet with more fuel efficient locomotives.

states along our network, as well as the District of Columbia. Ohio is one of the states in which Amtrak operates.

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REVISED MARCH 18, 2010

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