Railroad retirement organization offers toll-free phone number

   All of the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board’s field offices are now participating in its nationwide toll-free telephone service, according to a news release.  The number to reach all offices is (877) 772-5772.

11 thoughts on “Railroad retirement organization offers toll-free phone number

  1. Is railroad retirement or disability considered a governmental retirement system or a federal government employee pension plan?

  2. I am getting railroad retirement as my Medicare and I need to change my automatic deposit information. Is there a form to change my my automatic deposit infomation if so what site is it at?

  3. I’ve made 2 phone calls asking for RRBd statements with regard to: 1)my disability annuity status as being permanent, and 2)monthly monetary payments made to me.
    So far, nothing.
    I need these for so very many applications to get help paying for my 25 monthly RX’s, transportation/$ assistance and-so-on.

  4. my father worker on the railroad for 31 years.when i took him to get sign up for his penison .and i went with him . he put down that if any of his children or grandchildren,got disable they could get his penison when he passed.and his grandson was born with brain damage.and cannt work.is there anyway he or i can get his penison from the railroad. we could of got it when he passed. but my mom was getting it after he died, please e mail me. i have been disable since 1987.and i was born with my heart on the right side .and that is a health problem. my email is ;kat_sheneman2009@yahoo.com and i just moved back to ohio. frederick james sheneman d.o.b march 19 1917 worked on the railroad between michigan and bryan ohio.

  5. I paid into the fund when i worked for Wyandotte Southern rr in the 60s. How do i find out if Im entitled to any benefits?

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