CSX Overcharged Mich. Utility On Coal Shipments, STB Says

Law360, New York (January 12, 2018, 9:13 PM EST) -- The Surface Transportation Board determined Thursday that railroad giant CSX Transportation Inc. overcharged Michigan's public utility to ship coal from Chicago, Illinois, to a Michigan generating station, saying CSX will have to pay reparations in a complex rate dispute covering a key freight rail corridor.

The STB, the nation’s economic rail regulator, issued a nearly 300-page decision on a rate challenge that Consumers Energy Co., the public utility that serves 1.8 million Michigan residents and businesses, filed in 2015 contending the rates that CSX charged the...
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