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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 209


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 209—RAILROAD SAFETY ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§209.1
Purpose.
§209.3
Definitions.
§209.5
Service.
§209.6
Requests for admission.
§209.7
Subpoenas; witness fees.
§209.8
Depositions in formal proceedings.
§209.9
Filing.
§209.11
Request for confidential treatment.
§209.13
Consolidation.
§209.15
Rules of evidence.
§209.17
Motions.
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Subpart B—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PENALTIES

Civil Penalties

§209.101
Civil penalties generally.
§209.103
Minimum and maximum penalties.
§209.105
Notice of probable violation.
§209.107
Reply.
§209.109
Payment of penalty; compromise.
§209.111
Informal response and assessment.
§209.113
Request for hearing.
§209.115
Hearing.
§209.117
Presiding officer's decision.
§209.119
Assessment considerations.
§209.121
Appeal.

Criminal Penalties

§209.131
Criminal penalties generally.
§209.133
Referral for prosecution.
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Subpart C—COMPLIANCE ORDERS

§209.201
Compliance orders generally.
§209.203
Notice of investigation.
§209.205
Reply.
§209.207
Consent order.
§209.209
Hearing.
§209.211
Presiding officer's decision.
§209.213
Appeal.
§209.215
Time limitation.
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Subpart D—DISQUALIFICATION PROCEDURES

§209.301
Purpose and scope.
§209.303
Coverage.
§209.305
Notice of proposed disqualification.
§209.307
Reply.
§209.309
Informal response.
§209.311
Request for hearing.
§209.313
Discovery.
§209.315
Subpoenas.
§209.317
Official record.
§209.319
Prehearing conference.
§209.321
Hearing.
§209.323
Initial decision.
§209.325
Finality of decision.
§209.327
Appeal.
§209.329
Assessment considerations.
§209.331
Enforcement of disqualification order.
§209.333
Prohibitions.
§209.335
Penalties.
§209.337
Information collection.
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Subpart E—REPORTING OF REMEDIAL ACTIONS

§209.401
Purpose and scope.
§209.403
Applicability.
§209.405
Reporting of remedial actions.
§209.407
Delayed reports.
§209.409
Penalties.
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Subpart F—ENFORCEMENT, APPEAL AND HEARING PROCEDURES FOR RAIL ROUTING DECISIONS PURSUANT TO 49 CFR §172.820

§209.501
Review of rail transportation safety and security route analysis.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 209—Statement of Agency Policy Concerning Enforcement of the Federal Railroad Safety Laws
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 209—Federal Railroad Administration Guidelines for Initial Hazardous Materials Assessments
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 209—FRA's Policy Statement Concerning Small Entities


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