Track is clear

Track is clear means:
(1) The portion of the track to be used for the intended movement is unoccupied by rolling equipment, on-track maintenance-of-way equipment, and conflicting on-track movements;
(2) Intervening public highway-rail grade crossings, private highway-rail grade crossings outside the physical confines of a railroad yard, pedestrian crossings outside of the physical confines of a railroad yard, and yard access crossings are protected as follows:
(i) Crossing gates are in the fully lowered position, and are not known to be malfunctioning; or
(ii) A designated and qualified employee is stationed at the crossing and has the ability to communicate with trains; or
(iii) At crossings equipped only with flashing lights or passive warning devices, when it is clearly seen that no traffic is approaching or stopped at the crossing and the leading end of the movement over the crossing does not exceed 15 miles per hour;
(3) Intervening switches and fixed derails are properly lined for the intended movement; and
(4) The portion of the track to be used for the intended movement has sufficient room to contain the rolling equipment being shoved or pushed.

Source

49 CFR § 218.93


Scoping language

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