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1 Intermodal Association of Chicago Tom Malloy Vice President, Member Services & Communications Darien, Illinois – March 1, 2010

2 Intermodal Association of Chicago Discussion Topics IANA Update Industry Statistics Roadability GIER & DVIR Operations & Maintenance Seminar 1

3 IANA Update

4 IANA Membership Membership by Types of Companies 2

5 Industry Statistics

6 Total Intermodal Loadings Millions Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics 3

7 Market Share Int’l vs. Domestic 4 Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

8 Total Intermodal Loadings 5 Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

9 Yearly Traffic Volumes 6 Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

10 Total Transcontinental Volumes 7 Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics

11 4 th Qtr Volume Comparisons 2005 – 2009 Source: IANA Intermodal Market Trends & Statistics 8

12 2009 – 4 th Qtr Activity Domestic Equipment Up.8% Domestic Containers Up 9% 48/53´ Containers Up 9% ISO Containers Down 12.3% 9

13 4 th Qtr. IMC Activity 2005 –

14 2010 Intermodal Outlook Modest International Volumes Improved Consumer Spending/Demand Inventory Replenishment Energy & Fuel Costs Modest Growth 11

15 Roadability

16 Roadability Regulations Time Line for Implementation 6/17/2009  Final Rule became effective 12/17/2009  Establish systematic inspection, repair and maintenance programs, and recordkeeping system, submit MCS 150 C 12/29/2009  FMCSA  Technical Amendments & six month extension –396.9 – –

17 Roadability Regulations Time Line for Implementation 2/  National Dialogue  U.S. DOT 6/30/2010  Implementation 12/17/2010  All chassis to be marked with U.S. DOT identification number and full implementation of Federal Rules 13

18 Roadability Positions Pre trip inspection Point of DVIR submission No defect/ no DVIR DVIR submission costs GIER registration 14

19 Roadability Regulations Driver Requirements (392.7 (b)) …shall deem to have confirmed the following components were in good working order when the driver accepted the equipment: –Brakes –Lighting devices, lamps, markers and conspicuity marking materials –Wheels, rims, lugs, tires –Air line connections, hoses and couplers –Kingpin upper coupling devices –Rails or support frames –Tie down bolsters –Locking pins, clevises, clamps, or hooks –Sliders or sliding frame lock 15

20 Roadability Regulations Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (396.11(a) (2)) Intermodal equipment providers. Every IEP must have a process to receive driver reports of defects or deficiencies equipment operated. The driver must report on at least the following parts and accessories: –Brakes― Kingpin upper coupling devices –Lighting devices, lamps, ― Rails or support frames markers and conspicuity ― Tie down bolsters marking materials― Locking pins, clevises, –Wheels, rims, lugs, tires clamps, or hooks –Air line connections, ― Sliders or sliding frame lock hoses and couplers 16

21 Roadability Regulations Procedures for IEP to Accept Reports (396.12(b)) Report Content 1) Name of the motor carrier 2) Motor carrier’s U.S. DOT number 3) IEP’s U.S. DOT number 4) Date and time the report was submitted 4) All damage, defects, or deficiencies reported 5) If no defect or deficiency, the report shall so indicate 6) The signature of the driver who prepared the report. 17

22 Global Intermodal Equipment Registry

23 GIER Solution An industry-sponsored virtual, technology solution to meet FMCSA regulations requiring identification of intermodal equipment and the IEP responsible for maintenance and repair of that equipment. A central database where all intermodal equipment subject to the regulations and in use throughout US are registered utilizing the current alphanumeric equipment ID number. A web portal to determine ownership and operating control of intermodal equipment. Accessibility defined for all industry stakeholders including FMCSA and state and local enforcement personnel. 18

24 GIER – Equipment Assessment 101 IEPs (UIIA, Safer System, U.S. DOT) 810,854 estimated chassis* 500,523 verified (62%) 292,704registered & in test (36%) 19

25 Driver Vehicle Inspection Report (DVIR)

26 IANA DVIR – Reporting Items Rail facility operator will transmit to IANA the following information collected at in-gate from drivers for all subscriber IEPs: –Date/Time of Gate Transaction (b)(3) –Chassis ID Number (b)(2) –Motor Carrier SCAC Code (b)(1) –Driver’s License Number/ (b)(5) License State 20

27 IANA DVIR – Reporting Items (cont.) Two digit code assigned to each item 00 will be utilized to designate no defects (b)(4) (a)(2) “parts & accessories” 01 – Brakes06 – Frame 02 – Lights07 – Bolster 03 – Wheel08 – Fastener 04 – Air Line09 – Slider 05 – Coupling00 – No defects Location of Interchange – Not required by regulations 21

28 IANA DVIR – Information Transaction Information transmitted electronically to IANA via 322 transaction set. Frequency of transmission of data to IANA to be determined. IANA to Confirm Receipt of 322 via EDI 997. IANA Assigns unique DVIR number. 22

29 Motor Carrier DVIR Facility Gate (AGS/Manned) J1 J2 TIR/EIR Process Flow DVIR SCHEMATIC 23

30 RR Facility Operator (Data Capture) EDI 322 IANA IIS UIIA – Motor Carrier DOT # IDD – Driver First Name, Last Name & Pin (e-sig) GIER – IEP DOT # EDI 997 DVIR SCHEMATIC Facility Gate (AGS/Manned) 24

31 IEP DVIR Report EDI 322 DVIR SCHEMATIC IANA IIS UIIA – Motor Carrier DOT # IDD – Driver First Name, Last Name & Pin (e-sig) GIER – IEP DOT # 25

32 Motor Carrier DVIR Facility Gate (AGS /Manned) J1 J2 TIR/EIR Process Flow = Current Flow = Future Flow RR Facility Operator (Data Capture) EDI 322 IANA IIS UIIA - Motor Carrier DOT # IDD - Driver First Name, Last Name & Pin (e-sig) GIER- IEP DOT # EDI 997 IEP DVIR Report EDI 322 EDI 997 Port Container Yard Depot M&R Vendors 15 DVIR SCHEMATIC 26

33 Upcoming IANA Events Annual Operations & Maintenance Seminar May 5-6, 2010 Oak Brook Hills Marriott Hotel Oak Brook, Illinois 27

34 Intermodal Operations & Maintenance Seminar Sessions State of the Industry Roadability Update Chassis Pools Over the Road Maintenance Programs Terminal Operations & Technology 28

35 Thank you. Web site:


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