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Conrail/CSXT Northern GCA

General Chairman                 Patrick Driscoll     

1st Vice Genral Chairman  Michael McCrory II    

2nd Vice General Chairman  Felipe Burgos   

3rd Vice General Chairman   Josh LaMarti

4th Vice General Chairman   Wayne Bancroft

Secretary Treasurer           Christopher Eleczko

Alt Secretary Treasurer      Thomas Fay 

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The CR/SAA CSX North GCA comprises 13 Local Divisions representing over 700 members of the BLET as follows:

-Division 1 (Detroit, Michigan) CR/SAA

-Division 3(Cleveland, Ohio) CSX

-Division 46(Selkirk,New York) CSX

-Division 63 (West Springfield, Mass.) CSX

-Division 157 (Jersey City, NJ) CR/SAA

-Division 169 (Dewitt (E.Syracuse) NY) CSX

-Division 227 (Massena/Watertown, NY) CSX

-Division 235 (Union City, NJ) CSX

-Division 382 (Buffalo, NY) CSX

-Division 387(Camden, NJ) CR/SAA

-Division 421 (Buffalo, NY) CSX

-Division 439 (Boston, Mass.) CSX

-Division 601(NJCT) CR/SAA

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Switching Limits
Updated On: Nov 30, 2013

Switching Limits are not to be confused with Subdivision limits. Switching limits are agreed upon limits of a terminal, while subdivision limits are generally the limits of a Train Dispatchers territory (i.e. Switching limits in Buffalo extend from QD 8.2 Bayview to QC 427.93 Babcock Lumber, while the Buffalo Terminal subdivision extends from CP382 (Chili Jct QC 382.6) to CP-15 (North Evans QD 15.5). Notice the difference between the two.

Switching limits are the limits of the "yard" or "terminal" and play a heavy part in where yard and road crews can go, and where relief service is provided. Reference to your contract as to what road and yard crews can do and where is key when mixed with the switching limits. If you have questions contact your Local Chairman.


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