We have a major industrial development (car manufacturing plant) project.

There is a railway track going along the north perimeter of the factory. In the LEED manual its being said that: When the property line is adjacent to a public street, alley, or transit corridor, the lighting boundary may be moved to the center line of that street, alley, or corridor. Since the railway is clearly a transit corridor, can this exemption be applied? 

This topic has already been discused on this forum in 2017, without a clear conclusion (the key question was revolving around whether the railway track can be considered for being public or not). Has anyone had any experience/succesful application since then?