Cleveland Commerical Railroad Company

From The RadioReference Wiki

Cleveland and Cuyahoga Railway, LLC

With the recent purchase of both the Cleveland Commercial Railroad (CCRL) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cleveland Harbor Belt Railroad (CHB), the OmniTRAX family of railroads has expanded its current presence in Cleveland through the already existing Newburgh & South Shore Railroad.

The Cleveland Commercial Railroad, now known as the Cleveland and Cuyahoga Railway, LLC (CCRL) operates on 35 miles of track in Northern Ohio, while the wholly-owned now Cleveland Port Railway (CHB) manages rail switching services.

Cleveland Commercial Railroad Company, LLC (CCRL) consists of two distinct line segments. With one segment from Cleveland, OH to Glenwillow, OH and the other from Von Willer Yard, Cleveland to Aurora, OH.

The CCRL brings with it significant transload and industrial development opportunities available to serve multimodal or manufacturing transportation needs. Connecting with Norfolk Southern and Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway. Customized transportation solutions and service available.

While the CHB provides efficient access through the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence Seaway with port-based warehousing solutions.

  • 161.0400

Related Pages