There's some growing concern over a spike in crude oil shipments by rail.

A report from the Brown Administration is calling for more inspectors, more hazmat teams and more information from railway companies to guard against potentially deadly accidents.

Shipments of crude by train rose by more than 500 percent last year and right now the state has 52 people working in rail safety.

That's been deemed as seriously inadequate and there are plans to add seven more.

Rail companies have been less than willing to make shipping information public, saying only first repsonders should know what's on trains, and how much is there.

Valero wants to bring 100 cars of crude daily through Sacramento and Davis.