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Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Guidelines for High-Speed Passenger Rail

Document Series
Policy and Guidance
Author
Federal Railroad Administration
Keywords
grade crossing, high-speed rail, hsr, highway-rail grade crossing

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Revised Links

page 12:  Private Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety Research and Inquiry, Volume I

page 14:  NC DOT "Sealed Corridor" Assessment Phase I, II, and III

page 20:  ROW Fatality and Trespass Reduction Workshop 2008, Summary of Results

page 20:  Collision Hazard Analysis Guide, Commuter and Intercity Passenger Rail Service

 


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Last updated: Friday, November 6, 2009