highway-rail grade crossing

(1) Highway-rail grade crossing .— The term “highway-rail grade crossing” means a location within a State, other than a location at which 1 or more railroad tracks cross 1 or more railroad tracks at grade, at which— (A) a public highway, road, or street, or a private roadway, including associated sidewalks and pathways, crosses 1 or more railroad tracks, either at grade or grade-separated; or (B) a pathway explicitly authorized by a public authority or a railroad carrier that— (i) is dedicated for the use of nonvehicular traffic, including pedestrians, bicyclists, and others; (ii) is not associated with a public highway, road, or street, or a private roadway; and (iii) crosses 1 or more railroad tracks, either at grade or grade-separated.

Source

49 USC § 20167(c)(1)


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