Definition of trackage in English:


Line breaks: track|age
Pronunciation: /ˈtrakɪdʒ


[mass noun] North American
The tracks or lines of a railway system collectively: the superfluous trackage couldn’t be made to pay
More example sentences
  • After Babylon, we entered the world of non-electrified trackage and grade crossings.
  • It wasn't until 1898 when the Astoria & Columbia River connected Astoria to the NP line, with trackage rights to Portland.
  • Union Pacific also has trackage in the state, and at least two short-line railroads offer freight service from small communities to main lines.

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