The Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) is a 368-mile regional freight railroad that interchanges with the Allegheny Valley Railroad, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National, CSX Transportation, Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad, Norfolk Southern, Rochester & Southern Railroad, and Western New York & Pennsylvania Railway.
Commodities transported include aggregates, brick and cement, automotive, chemicals, coal, food and feed products, forest products, metallic ores and minerals, and steel and scrap.
For 2009-2011, BPRR received three consecutive E.H. Harriman Gold Awards for the best employee safety record among railroads working between 250,000 and four million employee-hours. It also won a total of six ASLRRA President's Awards for most hours of injury-free operation, most improved railroad and best safety rate in the 250,000 plus man-hours category. For 2011, Buffalo District Safety Improvement Team Co-Leader Mark Sheffield won the prestigious Harold F. Hammond Award for outstanding achievement in safety. Click here to see a video on Mark.
The BPRR was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 1988.
Customer Safety Handbook
Public Rates & Customer Service Documents
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