Emergency Notification System

Emergency Notification System means a system in place by which a railroad receives, processes, and responds to telephonic reports of an unsafe condition at a highway-rail or pathway grade crossing. An Emergency Notification System includes the following components:
(1) The signs, placed and maintained at the grade crossings that display the information necessary for the public to report an unsafe condition at the grade crossing to the dispatching railroad by telephone;
(2) The method that the railroad uses to receive and process a telephone call reporting the unsafe condition;
(3) The remedial actions that a railroad takes to address the report of the unsafe condition; and
(4) The recordkeeping conducted by a railroad in response to the report of the unsafe condition at the grade crossing.

Source

49 CFR § 234.301


Scoping language

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