(1) Within thirty days of a request from the commission, every railroad company must report to the commission on the sales, transfers or abandonments of all trackage which crosses a public road. The report must contain a description of the transaction, clear identification of the track involved in the transaction, the effective date of the transaction, and the name and address of the last known owner(s) or operator(s) of the section transferred.
(2) Upon request, every railroad company and railroad company official must report to the commission the information then available to it regarding the average number of daytime through trains, nighttime through trains, and switching movements over specific grade crossings in its control. Reports must identify each crossing by USDOT number and road name.
(3) Upon request, every railroad company must inform the commission in writing of the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the persons to whom to report emergencies of any nature, and problems or defects with crossing signals, passive warning devices, and crossing surfaces. The information must be current at all times.
(4) Upon request, every railroad company must provide the commission with access to or copies of track profiles. This requirement may be satisfied by allowing electronic access to track profiles.
(5) Upon request, every railroad company must provide the commission with access to or copies of its timetable. This requirement may be satisfied by allowing electronic access to the timetables.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 80.01.040, 81.04.160, 81.24.010, 81.28.010, 81.28.290, 81.40.110, 81.44.010, 81.44.020, 81.44.101-81.44.105, and chapters 81.48, 81.53, 81.54, 81.60, and 81.61 RCW. 01-04-026 (Docket No. TR-981102, General Order No. R-477), § 480-62-315, filed 1/30/01, effective 3/2/01.]