That's not even REMOTELY at the level "the railway system" without context as you stated. Union Pacific, Great Northern Pensy, Baltimore & Ohio, Norfolk, Southern Pacific, etc. are "the railway system". This is about a couple suburban commuter lines and the article even itself suggests that the entire antitrust action was brought about as a means of selling those transit companies tires, fuel and vehicles, not shutting them down.
When LA was stripped of its beloved streetcar in the 1960s, the city was quickly thrust into a traffic-clogged world of private cars and diesel buses. But with the involvement of automobile and oil companies, was this the work of a conspiracy?www.theguardian.com