49 CFR 229.9 - Movement of non-complying locomotives.
(a) Except as provided in paragraphs (b), (c), § 229.125(g), and § 229.131(b) and (c)(1), a locomotive with one or more conditions not in compliance with this part may be moved only as a lite locomotive or a dead locomotive after the carrier has complied with the following:
(1) A qualified person shall determine -
(i) That it is safe to move the locomotive; and
(ii) The maximum speed and other restrictions necessary for safely conducting the movement;
(i) The engineer in charge of the movement of the locomotive shall be notified in writing and inform all other crew members in the cab of the presence of the non-complying locomotive and the maximum speed and other restrictions determined under paragraph (a)(1)(ii) of this section.
(3) A tag bearing the words “non-complying locomotive” and containing the following information, shall be securely attached to the control stand on each MU or control cab locomotive and to the isolation switch or near the engine start switch on every other type of locomotive -
(i) The locomotive number;
(ii) The name of the inspecting carrier;
(iii) The inspection location and date;
(iv) The nature of each defect;
(v) Movement restrictions, if any;
(vi) The destination; and
(vii) The signature of the person making the determinations required by this paragraph.
(b) A locomotive that develops a non-complying condition enroute may continue to utilize its propelling motors, if the requirements of paragraph (a) are otherwise fully met, until the earlier of -
(1) The next calendar day inspection, or
(2) The nearest forward point where the repairs necessary to bring it into compliance can be made.
(c) A non-complying locomotive may be moved lite or dead within a yard, at speeds not in excess of 10 miles per hour, without meeting the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section if the movement is solely for the purpose of repair. The carrier is responsible to insure that the movement may be safely made.
(f) Nothing in this section authorizes the movement of a locomotive subject to a Special Notice for Repair unless the movement is made in accordance with the restrictions contained in the Special Notice.
(g) Paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section shall not apply to sanitation conditions covered by §§ 229.137 and 229.139. Sections 229.137 and 229.139 set forth specific requirements for the movement and repair of locomotives with defective sanitation compartments.
Title 49 published on 09-May-2017 04:41
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 49 CFR Part 229 after this date.
- 49 CFR 222.21 — When Must a Locomotive Horn Be Used?
- 49 CFR 229.23 — Periodic Inspection: General.
- 49 CFR 238.17 — Movement of Passenger Equipment With Other Than Power Brake Defects.
- 49 CFR 229.21 — Daily Inspection.
- 49 CFR 229.20 — Electronic Recordkeeping.
- 49 CFR 229.4 — Information Collection.
- 49 CFR 229.33 — Out-Of-Use Credit.
- 49 CFR 238.15 — Movement of Passenger Equipment With Power Brake Defects.
- 49 CFR 218.51 — Purpose.
- 49 CFR 229.13 — Control of Locomotives.
- 49 CFR 238.321 — Out-Of-Service Credit.
- 49 CFR 229.125 — Headlights and Auxiliary Lights.
- 49 CFR 229.131 — Sanders.
- 49 CFR 229.115 — Slip/Slide Alarms.
- 49 CFR 229.123 — Pilots, Snowplows, End Plates.