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Hazardous Materials

Under authority delegated to FRA by the Secretary of Transportation, the Hazardous Materials Division administers a safety program that oversees the movement of hazardous materials (including dangerous goods), such as petroleum, chemical, and nuclear products, throughout the Nation’s rail transportation system, including shipments transported to and from international organizations. The division also has authority to oversee the movement of a package marked to indicate compliance with a Federal or international hazardous materials standard, even if such a package does not contain a hazardous material.

One-Time Movement Approval Data

Click here for the most up to date data (January 2005 - September 2019)

Regulations

(Title 49 CFR)

Last updated: Sunday, November 17th, 2019