C O N T A C T S
Emergencies: (800) 272-0911
Call to report accidents, theft, vandalism, blocked tracks, trespassing, a security threat or any other type of emergency. When you call please be prepared to tell us your name, location and what you observed.
Concerns or complaints should be sent in writing to:
Or by Phone:
To assist Conrail in addressing your concern/ complaint, you will need to provide Conrail with the following information:
· your name;
· a daytime telephone number where you can be reached;
· a description of your concern/complaint, which should include, date, time, and location of the incident; and
· locomotive engine number or freight car stencil number if your complaint involves a train.
Someone from Conrail will contact you.
Consolidated Rail Corporation
Employment opportunities are located under Jobs on the main website page.
Fraud and Ethics Hotline: (800) 209-7330
To report suspected fraud or corporate abuse.
Government Relations: (215) 209-5025
Grade Crossing Problems: (800) 799-0994
For information about buying, leasing, property management, wire, pipe, or private grade crossings contact:
Phone: (856) 231-7233
Fax: (856) 231-2432
For information about receiving rail service at an existing or planned facility in the Conrail shared assets areas contact:
John K. Enright
Permit to Enter:
Wire and Pipe Occupancies:
For information regarding Pipe/Wire Occupancies contact:
1000 Howard Boulevard, 4th Floor
Safety, Environmental or Hazmat: (856) 231-2091
Employee Stock Ownership Plan
Conrail’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (“Conrail ESOP”) was terminated in October 1987 and all benefits from the plan were distributed to participants at that time. You should check your 1987 tax return to see if you have any record of receiving a distribution from the ESOP. Since the ESOP distribution was from a tax qualified plan, you would have received a Form 1099 for the value of the distribution if it was not rolled over into an IRA. The Form 1099 would have been filed with your 1987 tax return.
Consolidated Rail Corporation Common Stock
Effective June 17, 1997, all shares of Consolidated Rail Corporation (“Conrail”) common stock were converted into the right to receive a cash payment. Any remaining rights to payment in respect to shares of Conrail common stock are now being handled by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Disposition of Abandoned and Unclaimed Property Act. Therefore, any inquiries, including any requests for payment by Conrail shareholders, must be presented directly to:
Pennsylvania Treasury Department
Bureau of Unclaimed Property
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