The Dallas, Garland & Northeastern Railroad (DGNO) is a complex switching terminal that started operations in 1992 and is made up of a conglomeration of spurs and industrial leads. It operates 337 miles of rail line in the Dallas and north Dallas area, using a combination of owned and leased lines as well as trackage rights.
The DGNO interchanges with BNSF, KCS, TNER, and UP.
Customers enjoy service for their main commodities of aggregates, scrap metals, lumber, paper, wheat, corn syrup, military equipment, frozen foods, plastic resins and chemicals. As you can see, if our customers -- which include large national accounts -- need to ship it, the DGNO can move it.
The DGNO features extensive switching services and line haul extensions for our Class I partners. We operate a seven-day per week service plan offering some customers/locations more than one switch per day based on volumes and requirements.
As the DGNO serves a number of industrial parks, there is great potential for new customer location in these rail-served locations.