Sec. 11. (a) The fixed property of the railroad company consists of real property which is
not required for the operation of the railroad. The remaining property of the railroad company is distributable property.
(b) A railroad company's definite-situs distributable property consists of the company's:
(1) rights-of-way and road beds;
(2) station and depot grounds;
(3) yards, yard sites, superstructures, turntable, and turnouts;
(5) telegraph poles, wires, instruments, and other appliances, which are located on
the right-of-ways; and
(6) any other buildings or fixed situs personal property used in the operation of
(c) A railroad company's property which is not described in subsection (a) or (b)
is indefinite-situs distributable property. This property includes, but is not limited to, rolling stock. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed
valuation of this property among the taxing districts in which the railroad company
operates its system. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to
a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the railroad
company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the
numerator of which is the relative value of the company's main lines, branch lines,
main tracks, second main tracks, and sidetracks, including all leased lines and tracks,
which are located in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the relative
value of the company's main lines, branch lines, main tracks, second main tracks,
and sidetracks, including all leased lines and tracks, which are located in this state.
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