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e-CFR Data is current as of April 16, 2014

TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 222—USE OF LOCOMOTIVE HORNS AT PUBLIC HIGHWAY-RAIL GRADE CROSSINGS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§222.1
What is the purpose of this regulation?
§222.3
What areas does this regulation cover?
§222.5
What railroads does this regulation apply to?
§222.7
What is this regulation's effect on State and local laws and ordinances?
§222.9
Definitions.
§222.11
What are the penalties for failure to comply with this regulation?
§222.13
Who is responsible for compliance?
§222.15
How does one obtain a waiver of a provision of this regulation?
§222.17
How can a State agency become a recognized State agency?
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Subpart B—USE OF LOCOMOTIVE HORNS

§222.21
When must a locomotive horn be used?
§222.23
How does this regulation affect sounding of a horn during an emergency or other situations?
§222.25
How does this rule affect private highway-rail grade crossings?
§222.27
How does this rule affect pedestrian grade crossings?
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Subpart C—EXCEPTIONS TO THE USE OF THE LOCOMOTIVE HORN

§222.31
[Reserved]

Silenced Horns at Individual Crossings

§222.33
Can locomotive horns be silenced at an individual public highway-rail grade crossing which is not within a quiet zone?

Silenced Horns at Groups of Crossings—Quiet Zones

§222.35
What are the minimum requirements for quiet zones?
§222.37
Who may establish a quiet zone?
§222.38
Can a quiet zone be created in the Chicago Region?
§222.39
How is a quiet zone established?
§222.41
How does this rule affect Pre-Rule Quiet Zones and Pre-Rule Partial Quiet Zones?
§222.42
How does this rule affect Intermediate Quiet Zones and Intermediate Partial Quiet Zones?
§222.43
What notices and other information are required to create or continue a quiet zone?
§222.45
When is a railroad required to cease routine sounding of locomotive horns at crossings?
§222.47
What periodic updates are required?
§222.49
Who may file Grade Crossing Inventory Forms?
§222.51
Under what conditions will quiet zone status be terminated?
§222.53
What are the requirements for supplementary and alternative safety measures?
§222.55
How are new supplementary or alternative safety measures approved?
§222.57
Can parties seek review of the Associate Administrator's actions?
§222.59
When may a wayside horn be used?
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 222—Approved Supplementary Safety Measures
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 222—Alternative Safety Measures
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 222—Guide to Establishing Quiet Zones
Appendix
Appendix D to Part 222—Determining Risk Levels
Appendix
Appendix E to Part 222—Requirements for Wayside Horns
Appendix
Appendix F to Part 222—Diagnostic Team Considerations
Appendix
Appendix G to Part 222—Excess Risk Estimates for Public Highway-Rail Grade Crossings
Appendix
Appendix H to Part 222—Schedule of Civil Penalties


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