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STB Issues Additional Information for Reciprocal Switching Hearing on March 15-16

03/01/2022 (Tuesday) [PDF Version]
No. 22-13

Michael Booth
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The Surface Transportation Board today announced additional details for the upcoming hearing concerning the Board’s proposed reciprocal switching regulations.  The public hearing will be held virtually on March 15 and 16, 2022, via Zoom, beginning each day at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Today’s decision provides instructions for attendance and presentation, viewing, and the schedule of appearances for speakers.  All scheduled speakers and presenters should review the schedule and specific instructions contained in the decision.  Additional “Frequently Asked Questions” pertaining generally to participation in Zoom proceedings is located on the Board’s website here.

The hearing will be available for public viewing, via YouTube, at the link located here.  A direct link to the live hearing will also be on the front page of the Board’s website, at www-stb-gov.go-vip.net, under “Quick Links”  shortly before the hearing begins.

The hearing will be recorded, and the link to the recording will be available on the Board’s website at www-stb-gov.go-vip.net, under the tab “News & Communications,” by clicking on “Meetings & Hearings.”  Additionally, a transcript will be created and made available on the Board’s website, under the tab “News & Communications,” by clicking on “Transcripts & Statements.”

The decision in Reciprocal Switching, Docket No. EP 711 (Sub-No. 1), may be viewed and downloaded here.