NAICS Code
482112 - Short Line Railroads

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North American Industry Classification System Code 482112 - Short Line Railroads

NAICS Code 482112 - Short Line Railroads

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Get information about this North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code and its related General Liability, National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) and Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes.

Learn more about the NAICS 482112 in the Transportation and Warehousing sector and its related General Liability, NCCI, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NAICS Code 482112?

The description for the NAICS Code 482112 - Short Line Railroads is:

This U.S. Industry Comprises Establishments Known As Short Line Railroads Primarily Engaged In Operating Railroads For The Transport Of Cargo Over A Short Distance On Local Rail Lines Not Part Of A Rail Network.

  • Beltline railroads
  • Freight railways, short-line or beltline
  • Logging railroads
  • Railroad transportation, short-line or beltline
  • Railroads, short-line or beltline
  • Railway transportation, short-line or beltline
  • Short-line railroads



What Are The Related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code(s) 482112?

The related North American Industry Classification System Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 - Short Line Railroads is:

  • Operating street railroads, commuter rail, and urban rapid transit systems--are classified in Industry Group 4851, Urban Transit Systems;
  • Operating scenic and sightseeing trains--are classified in Industry 487110, Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land;
  • Operating switching and terminal facilities as separate establishments--are classified in Industry 488210, Support Activities for Rail Transportation; and
  • Operating railroads for the transport of passengers and/or cargo over a long distance--are classified in U.S. Industry 482111, Line-Haul Railroads.




What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related SIC Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 - Short Line Railroads is:

Description for 4013 Railroad Switching and Terminal Establishments

Establishments primarily engaged in the furnishing of terminal facilities for rail passenger or freight traffic for line-haul service, and in the movement of railroad cars between terminal yards, industrial sidings and other local sites. Terminal companies do not necessarily operate any vehicles themselves, but may operate the stations and terminals. Lessors of railway property are classified in Real Estate, Industry 6517.

  • Belt line railroads
  • Logging railroads
  • Railroad terminals
  • Stations operated by railway terminal companies


What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 is:

7133 - Railroads

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 is:

7382 - Auto or Truck Rental, Bus Company, Limo Company - Scheduled or Not, Railroad Operation - Street or NOC
7153 - Railroad Operation: Program Ii: State Act

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 is:

7133 - Railroad Operation NOC & Drivers
7152 - Railroad Operation - All Employees Including Drivers - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela) - Program Ii - Usl & hw Act Benefits

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 is:

7133 - Railroad - All Employees & Drivers

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112?

The related TX Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NAICS Code 482112 is:

7133 - Railroad Construction - Railroad Operation and Maintenance - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela) - Program I
7134 - Railroad Construction - Railroad Operation and Maintenance - Coverage Under The Federal Employers' Liability Act (fela) - Program Ii State Act Benefits

NAICS Code 482112 - The Bottom Line

The North American Industry Classification System NAICS Code for Short Line Railroads is 482112 in the Transportation and Warehousing sector.

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