49 CFR Appendix C to Part 220, Schedule of Civil Penalties 1
|220.9 Requirements for trains||$5,000||$7,500|
|220.11 Requirements for roadway workers||5,000||7,500|
|220.21 Railroad Operating rules; radio communications|
|220.23 Publication of radio information||2,500||5,000|
|220.25 Instruction of employees||5,000||7,500|
|220.29 Statement of letters and numbers||1,000||2,000|
|220.31 Initiating a transmission||1,000||2,000|
|220.33 Receiving a transmission||1,000||2,000|
|220.35 Ending a transmission||1,000||2,000|
|220.37 Voice test||5,000||7,500|
|220.39 Continuous monitoring||2,500||5,000|
|220.43 Communication consistent with the rules||2,500||5,000|
|220.45 Complete communications||2,500||5,000|
|220.49 Switching, backing or pushing||5,000||7,500|
|220.51 Signal indications||5,000||7,500|
|220.61 Radio transmission of mandatory directives||5,000||7,500|
|220.302 Operating rules||9,500||17,000|
|220.303 General; interfering with safety-related duties||9,500||17,000|
|220.305 Personal electronic device turned on while prohibited||5,500||10,000|
|(a)-(c) Personal device in use while prohibited||9,500||17,000|
|220.307 Railroad-supplied device turned on while prohibited||5,500||10,000|
|(a) Use not authorized by railroad in writing||9,500||17,000|
|(b)-(d) Railroad-supplied devices in use while prohibited||9,500||17,000|
|220.311 Railroad operating employees in deadhead status:|
|(b) Devices turned on while prohibited; or||5,500||10,000|
|device in use while prohibited||9,500||17,000|
|220.313 Program of instruction:|
|220.315 Operational tests and inspections:|
1 A penalty may be assessed against and only for a willful violation. The Administrator reserves the right to assess a penalty of up to $109,819 for any violation where circumstances warrant. See 49 CFR part 209, appendix A.
2 The penalty schedule uses section numbers from 49 CFR part 220. If more than one item is listed as a type of violation of a given section, each item is also designated by a “penalty code,” which is used to facilitate assessment of civil penalties, and which may or may not correspond to any subsection designation(s). For convenience, penalty citations will cite the CFR section and the penalty code, if any. FRA reserves the right, should litigation become necessary, to substitute in its complaint the CFR citation in place of the combined CFR and penalty code citation, should they differ.
Title 49 published on 2015-12-03
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