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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 218


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 218—RAILROAD OPERATING PRACTICES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§218.1
Purpose.
§218.3
Application.
§218.4
Preemptive effect.
§218.5
Definitions.
§218.7
Waivers.
§218.9
Civil penalty.
§218.11
Filing, testing, and instruction.
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Subpart B—BLUE SIGNAL PROTECTION OF WORKERS

§218.21
Scope.
§218.22
Utility employee.
§218.23
Blue signal display.
§218.24
One-person crew.
§218.25
Workers on a main track.
§218.27
Workers on track other than main track.
§218.29
Alternate methods of protection.
§218.30
Remotely controlled switches.
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Subpart C—PROTECTION OF TRAINS AND LOCOMOTIVES

§218.31
Scope.
§218.35
Yard limits.
§218.37
Flag protection.
§218.39
Hump operations.
§218.41
Noncompliance with hump operations rule.
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Subpart D—PROHIBITION AGAINST TAMPERING WITH SAFETY DEVICES

§218.51
Purpose.
§218.53
Scope and definitions.
§218.55
Tampering prohibited.
§218.57
Responsibilities of individuals.
§218.59
Responsibilities of railroads.
§218.61
Authority to deactivate safety devices.
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Subpart E—PROTECTION OF OCCUPIED CAMP CARS

§218.71
Purpose and scope.
§218.73
Warning signal display.
§218.75
Methods of protection for camp cars.
§218.77
Remotely controlled switches.
§218.79
Alternative methods of protection.
§218.80
Movement of occupied camp cars.
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Subpart F—HANDLING EQUIPMENT, SWITCHES, AND FIXED DERAILS

§218.91
Purpose and scope.
§218.93
Definitions.
§218.95
Instruction, training, and examination.
§218.97
Good faith challenge procedures.
§218.99
Shoving or pushing movements.
§218.101
Leaving rolling and on-track maintenance-of-way equipment in the clear.
§218.103
Hand-operated switches, including crossover switches.
§218.105
Additional operational requirements for hand-operated main track switches.
§218.107
Additional operational requirements for hand-operated crossover switches.
§218.109
Hand-operated fixed derails.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 218—Schedule of Civil Penalties
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 218—Statement of Agency Enforcement Policy on Blue Signal Protection for Utility Employees
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 218—Statement of Agency Enforcement Policy on Tampering
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 218—Requirements and Considerations for Implementing Technology Aided Point Protection


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