Okla. Admin. Code § 165:32-5-10 - Track clearances

Current through Vol. 39, No. 14, April 01, 2022

(a) Standard gauge railroad tracks. The minimum distance between the center line of parallel standard gauge railroad tracks, which are used or proposed to be used for transporting freight cars, shall be 14 feet.
(b) Main and subsidiary tracks. The minimum distance between the center line of two parallel main tracks or passing tracks shall be 14 feet. When another track is constructed adjacent to a passing track the clearance may be no less than 14 feet.
(c) Parallel team, house or industry tracks. The minimum clearances between center lines of parallel team, house or industry tracks shall be 13 feet.
(d) Ladder tracks. The minimum clearance between center lines of ladder track and any parallel track except another ladder track, shall be 17 feet, and the minimum clearance between center lines of ladder track and another parallel ladder track shall be 20 feet.
(e) Existing tracks. Existing tracks may be extended at the clearances prevailing prior to the effective date of this Chapter.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 165:32-5-10
Added at 12 Ok Reg 2107, eff 7-1-95

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