(1) Infrastructure includes tracks, switches, sidings, roadbeds, railroad bridges and industrial leads owned by a short line railroad.
(2) Short line railroad means a class II or class III railroad as defined in 49 C.F.R. 1201.
(3) Short line railroad rehabilitation project means a project that involves the maintenance, reconstruction or replacement of infrastructure.
(4) Short line railroad rehabilitation project costs means costs that are directly related to the work necessary to maintain, reconstruct or replace infrastructure. Short line railroad rehabilitation project costs does not include costs that are funded by or used to qualify for any state or federal grants, or costs that are used to claim a federal tax credit.
(5) Tier I short line railroad means a short line railroad owned or leased by a person for whom the total length of short line railroad track owned or leased in Oregon is equal to or greater than 200 miles. The total amount of short line railroad track in Oregon calculated under this subsection includes any short line railroad track owned or leased by the person, or if the person is a corporation, by the persons parent corporation or subsidiaries, regardless of whether the track is owned or leased by one or more railroads.
(6) Tier II short line railroad means a short line railroad that is not a tier I short line railroad or is a short line railroad owned or leased by the state, a city, a county, a port or any other public or municipal corporation. [2019 c.579 §7]
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