reporting mark: N/A
railroad class: Class I Railroad
There are currently 9 Conrail radio scanner frequencies from Michigan in our database.
|160.83||Livernois Yard - General operations|
|161.1||Livernois Yard - General operations|
|160.98||North Yard - General operations|
|160.5075||River Rouge Yard - General operations|
|160.86||River Rouge Yard - General operations|
|161.325||Road - General operations|
|160.8||Road - North Yard to Sterling Yard|
|161.07||Road - Townline to Bay City Junction & North Yard|
|160.5075||Sterling Yard - General operations|
Conrail (formally the Consolidated Rail Corporation, with reporting mark CR) was the primary Class I railroad in the Northeastern United States between 1976 and 1999. The trade name Conrail is a portmanteau based on the company's legal name, and while it no longer operates trains it continues to do business as an asset management and network services provider in three Shared Assets Areas that were excluded from the division of Conrail's operations during Conrail's acquisition by CSX Corporation and the Norfolk Southern Railway. The Federal Government created Conrail to take over the potentially-profitable lines of multiple bankrupt carriers, including the Penn Central Transportation Company and Erie Lackawanna Railway. After railroad regulations were lifted by the 4R Act and the Staggers Act, Conrail began to turn a profit in the 1980s and was privatized in 1987.