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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 220


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 220—RAILROAD COMMUNICATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§220.1
Scope.
§220.2
[Reserved]
§220.3
Application.
§220.5
Definitions.
§220.7
Penalty.
§220.8
Waivers.
§220.9
Requirements for trains.
§220.11
Requirements for roadway workers.
§220.13
Reporting emergencies.
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Subpart B—RADIO AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES

§220.21
Railroad operating rules; radio communications; recordkeeping.
§220.23
Publication of radio information.
§220.25
Instruction and operational testing of employees.
§220.27
Identification.
§220.29
Statement of letters and numbers in radio communications.
§220.31
Initiating a radio transmission.
§220.33
Receiving a radio transmission.
§220.35
Ending a radio transmission.
§220.37
Testing radio and wireless communication equipment.
§220.38
Communication equipment failure.
§220.39
Continuous radio monitoring.
§220.41
[Reserved]
§220.43
Radio communications consistent with federal regulations and railroad operating rules.
§220.45
Radio communication shall be complete.
§220.47
Emergency radio transmissions.
§220.49
Radio communication used in shoving, backing or pushing movements.
§220.51
Radio communications and signal indications.
§220.61
Radio transmission of mandatory directives.
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Subpart C—ELECTRONIC DEVICES

§220.301
Purpose and application.
§220.302
Operating rules implementing the requirements of this subpart.
§220.303
General use of electronic devices.
§220.305
Use of personal electronic devices.
§220.307
Use of railroad-supplied electronic devices.
§220.309
Permitted uses; exceptions to other restrictions.
§220.311
Railroad operating employees in deadhead status.
§220.313
Instruction.
§220.315
Operational tests and inspections; further restrictions on use of electronic devices.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 220—Recommended Phonetic Alphabet
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 220—Recommended Pronunciation of Numerals
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 220—Schedule of Civil Penalties


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