Providence and Worcester Railroad Company (P&W) is an interstate freight carrier conducting railroad operations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York. P&W services the international double-stack intermodal terminal facility in New England in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Company transports a variety of commodities for its customers, including automobiles, construction aggregates, iron and steel products, chemicals and plastics (including ethanol), lumber, scrap metals, plastic resins, cement, coal, construction and demolition debris, and processed foods and edible foodstuffs, such as corn syrup and vegetable oils. P&W transported 35,851 carloads of freight and 10,792 intermodal containers during the year ended December 31, 2011. The Company's rail freight system consists of approximately 516 miles of track. The Company also generates income through sales of properties, grants of easements and licenses and leases of land and tracks.