Definition of "trackage" [track•age]

  • (noun) Railway tracks.
  • (noun) The right of one railroad company to use the track system of another.
  • (noun) The charge for this right.

Use "trackage" in a sentence

  • "For example, the new Northstar line in Minneapolis follows existing trackage which rarely is near enough to any freeways to encourage developers to develop office space along it."
  • "They made money if the railroad chose to let its freight traffic absorb all the ancillary costs of supporting infrastructure: trackage, maintenance facilities, signaling, accounting, and so on."
  • "In Philadelphia, a Broad Street Subway includes demonstrate trackage for most of its length."

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