Monthly Rail Occurrence Statistics

February 2017

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Table 2 Figure 1

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of crossing accidents per month where the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

In January, the crossing accident values are 13 in 2017, 13 in 2016 and 20 for the five year average.
In February, the crossing accident values are 14 in 2017, 9 in 2016 and 18 for the five year average.
In March, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 11 in 2016 and 14 for the five year average.
In April, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 9 in 2016 and 9 for the five year average.
In May, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 6 in 2016 and 10 for the five year average.
In June, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 12 in 2016 and 14 for the five year average.
In July, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 14 in 2016 and 12 for the five year average.
In August, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 3 in 2016 and 12 for the five year average.
In September, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 12 in 2016 and 12 for the five year average.
In October, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 10 in 2016 and 16 for the five year average.
In November, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 14 in 2016 and 16 for the five year average.
In December, the crossing accident values are 0 in 2017, 20 in 2016 and 19 for the five year average

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Table 3 Figure 1

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of main-track derailments per month where the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

In January, the main-track derailment accident values are 5 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In February, the main-track derailment accident values are 9 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 7 for the five year average.
In March, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 5 in 2016 and 7 for the five year average.
In April, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 3 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In May, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 8 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.
In June, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 3 in 2016 and 7 for the five year average.
In July, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 8 in 2016 and 9 for the five year average.
In August, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 2 in 2016 and 4 for the five year average.
In September, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 5 for the five year average.
In October, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 10 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.
In November, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 5 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.
In December, the main-track derailment accident values are 0 in 2017, 8 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.

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Table 3 Figure 2

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of main-track derailments per total number of cars derailed where the year to date for the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

For accidents with 1 car derailed, year to date values are 9 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.
For accidents with 2 cars derailed, year to date values are 3 in 2017, 0 in 2016 and 2 for the five year average.
For accidents with 3 cars derailed, year to date values are 0 in 2017, 1 in 2016 and 1 for the five year average.
For accidents with 4 cars derailed, year to date values are 0 in 2017, 1 in 2016 and 0 for the five year average.
For accidents with 5 to 10 cars derailed, year to date values are 1 in 2017, 1 in 2016 and 3 for the five year average.
For accidents with 11 and more cars derailed, year to date values are 1 in 2017, 1 in 2016 and 3 for the five year average.

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Table 4 Figure 1

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of non main-track collisions per month where the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

In January, the non main-track collision accident values are 11 in 2017, 11 in 2016 and 9 for the five year average.
In February, the non main-track collision accident values are 9 in 2017, 5 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In March, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 1 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In April, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 6 for the five year average.
In May, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 5 for the five year average.
In June, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 6 in 2016 and 7 for the five year average.
In July, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 11 in 2016 and 10 for the five year average.
In August, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 4 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In September, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 3 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In October, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 5 in 2016 and 8 for the five year average.
In November, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 8 in 2016 and 9 for the five year average.
In December, the non main-track collision accident values are 0 in 2017, 11 in 2016 and 10 for the five year average.

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Table 4 Figure 2

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of non main-track collisions per total number of cars derailed where the year to date for the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

For accidents with no car derailed, year to date values are 13 in 2017 8 in 2016 and 10 for the five year average.
For accidents with 1 car derailed, year to date values are 2 in 2017 4 in 2016 and 3 for the five year average.
For accidents with 2 cars derailed, year to date values are 2 in 2017 2 in 2016 and 2 for the five year average.
For accidents with 3 cars derailed, year to date values are 0 in 2017 1 in 2016 and 2 for the five year average.
For accidents with 4 cars derailed, year to date values are 1 in 2017 1 in 2016 and 0 for the five year average.
For accidents with 5 to 10 cars derailed, year to date values are 2 in 2017 0 in 2016 and 0 for the five year average.
For accidents with 11 and more cars derailed, year to date values are 0 in 2017 0 in 2016 and 0 for the five year average.

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Table 5 Figure 1

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of non main-track train derailments per month where the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

In January, the non main-track derailment values are 50 in 2017, 44 in 2016 and 51 for the five year average.
In February, the non main-track derailment values are 52 in 2017, 54 in 2016 and 49 for the five year average.
In March, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 41 in 2016 and 57 for the five year average.
In April, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 46 in 2016 and 50 for the five year average.
In May, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 31 in 2016 and 40 for the five year average.
In June, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 38 in 2016 and 43 for the five year average.
In July, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 54 in 2016 and 51 for the five year average.
In August, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 48 in 2016 and 47 for the five year average.
In September, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 46 in 2016 and 46 for the five year average.
In October, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 47 in 2016 and 47 for the five year average.
In November, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 39 in 2016 and 47 for the five year average.
In December, the non main-track derailment values are 0 in 2017, 41 in 2016 and 53 for the five year average.

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Table 5 Figure 2

The figure is a bar graph representing the number of non main-track derailments per total number of cars derailed where the year to date for the current year, the last year and the five year average (2012-2016) are represented.

For accidents with 1 car derailed, year to date values are 66 in 2017, 67 in 2016 and 72 for the five year average.
For accidents with 2 cars derailed, year to date values are 16 in 2017, 15 in 2016 and 15 for the five year average.
For accidents with 3 cars derailed, year to date values are 8 in 2017, 7 in 2016 and 7 for the five year average.
For accidents with 4 cars derailed, year to date values are 4 in 2017, 2 in 2016 and 2 for the five year average.
For accidents with 5 to 10 cars derailed, year to date values are 8 in 2017, 5 in 2016 and 4 for the five year average.
For accidents with 11 and more cars derailed, year to date values are 0 in 2017, 2 in 2016 and 0 for the five year average.

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Note: This is preliminary information subject to year-end validation and reconciliation.