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Where is ​Union Pacific Corporate office Headquarters

​Union Pacific Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: ​1400 Douglas St, Omaha, NE 68179, USA
  • Phone Number: ​402-544-5000
  • Fax Number: ​N/A
  • Email: ​N/A
  • Number of Employees: ​42000​​​
  • Established: ​​1969
  • Founder: ​Abraham Lincoln
  • Key People: ​Lance M. Fritz (Chairman, President, and CEO)

​Union Pacific Headquarters Location & Directions

​Union Pacific Headquarters Executive Team

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Title

​Lance M. Fritz   

​Chairman, President & CEO   

​Robert M. Knight Jr.   

​Executive VP & CFO   

​Cameron A. Scott   

​Executive VP & COO of Union Pacific Railroad Company   

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  • Sharon Behringer says:

    Your engineers have been blocking the railroad crossing at Elmo, Texas at the junction of Highway 80 and FM 2578 for long periods of time. This is the only road that affords access to freely moving traffic from north to south and vice versa. This is also the only access for emergency vehicles and both ambulances and fire trucks have been caught at this intersection because the engineer is too lazy to split the train while waiting for another train to use the mutual track. This practice puts people, and their premises in unnecessary danger. There is no other reasonable access to the community to the north of highway 80. Driving to the next intersection in either direction, east or west are miles away and adds 30 to 45 minutes for any emergency vehicle access to the north not to mention all of those caught there for 45 minutes or more. In one case a train was blocking the track for 4 hours and 30 minutes without being split. This is unreasonable and is due to nothing more than laziness and a lack of caring for those in the community to the north of Highway 80.

    I have personally been affected by missing meetings that I left my home in plenty of time to arrive at on time and have also missed doctors appointments due to a train blocking the track. I have also personally been witness to ambulances unable to gain access to someone in need north of the tracks on 2728. This kind of blatant disregard is unacceptable. Unless it stops, we will be contacting the news media in Dallas to bring it to the attention of over three million people in the Dallas, Ft. Worth Texas area. Surely, splitting a train to allow access is not worth the bad publicity that this would bring to your company. Tell your engineers to get off their lazy butts and split the trains!

     
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