Applications for open positions at CRANDIC are only accepted online. Check for openings on the Alliant Energy Careers Web page. Please note: CRANDIC does not respond to calls or e-mails regarding job openings.
How often do trains run on the main line between Cedar Rapids and Hills?
There is no set train schedule on our main line. In recent years, CRANDIC has run trains twice per week, usually during daylight hours. The train consists of 5-10 cars moving at less than 20 m.p.h.
Who should I call to report suspicious persons or activity on CRANDIC property or trains?
Contact CRANDIC's Yard Manager.
Contact our Marketing Manager.
CRANDIC's current fuel surcharge is updated online monthly.
Contact the Marketing Manager.
No. They are prohibited within 50 ft. of CRANDIC's track.
These maps are not available to the general public for security reasons.
We have no rail ties for sale at this time.
Various laws require train crews to sound the horn in advance of public crossings. The Federal Railroad Administration is considering a national horn policy that might include "quiet zone" provisions where the horn won't be required if certain safety upgrades are made at the crossings; a decision is pending.
Additional signals may be sounded if the crew believes a pedestrian, motorist, or other individual appears to be unaware of the train's approach, or if other safety considerations, such as poor visibility or obstructions, are present.
For safety reasons, only CRANDIC employees are allowed to ride locomotives.
No. It is a violation of state law to hunt on railroad right-of-way.
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