There are two Class 1 railroads, one regional railroad, and two short line railroads that operate totally in Kentucky or originate coal in Kentucky. The vast majority of coal shipped from eastern Kentucky in 2014 was delivered to electric power plants in the United States. Industrial facilities were the next largest consumer of eastern Kentucky coal 16.8 percent of demand for the commodity. Coke plant deliveries reached nearly one million tons in 2014. Demand from commercial consumers accounted for one percent of eastern Kentucky coal distribution during the year. Of the coal deliveries originating in Eastern Kentucky, 81 percent were distributed via rail car. The remaining loads were carried by river barge or truck.