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Union pacific rail road [uprr] (2016)

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Union pacific rail road [uprr] (2016)

  1. 1. Signal Names and Indications Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) Distant Normal 9.1.1 - 9.1.3 9.2.1 – 9.2.10P This has not been reviewed or endorsed by Amtrak. Zone 8
  2. 2. Rule: 9.1.1 Name: • DISTANT SIGNAL CLEAR INDICATION: Proceed If delayed as per Rule 9.9 or Rule 9.9.1 between this signal and block or interlocking signal, proceed prepared to stop before any part of train or engine passes the next signal. 2 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  3. 3. Rule: 9.1.2 Name: DISTANT SIGNAL APPROACH INDICATION: Proceed prepared to stop before any part of train or engine passes the next signal or switch point indicator. The maximum speed is 20 MPH+ within interlocking limits or within the limits of the control point for which Distant Signal Approach is displayed by the distant signal. 3 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  4. 4. 4 Indication: • Proceed prepared to advance on diverging route at next signal at prescribed speed through turnout. Rule: 9.1.3 Name: Distant Signal Approach Diverging Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) D
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  6. 6. Rule: 9.2.1 Name: CLEAR INDICATION: Proceed 6 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
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  8. 8. Rule: 9.2.2 Name: Approach Clear Sixty INDICATION: Proceed. Freight trains exceeding 60 MPH must immediately reduce to 60 MPH. Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 60 MPH. When signal governs the approach to a control point with a 60 MPH turnout speed be prepared to advance on diverging route. 8 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  9. 9. Rule: 9.2.3 Name: Approach Clear Fifty INDICATION: Proceed. Freight trains exceeding 50 MPH must immediately reduce to 50 MPH. Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 50 MPH. When signal governs the approach to a control point With a 50 MPH turnout speed be prepared to advance on diverging route. 9 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  10. 10. Rule: 9.2.4 Name: ADVANCE APPROACH INDICATION: • Proceed prepared to stop at second signal. Freight trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 40 MPH. When signal governs the approach to a control point with a 40 MPH turnout speed be prepared to advance on normal or diverging route. When the next signal is seen to display an aspect more favorable than Diverging Approach or Approach, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop short of the second signal is no longer required. 10 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  11. 11. Indication: • Proceed prepared to stop at second signal. Freight trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. • Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 60MPH. • When the next signal is seen to display an aspect more favorable than Diverging Approach or Approach, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop short of the second signal is no longer required. Rule: 9.2.4P Name: Advance Approach Passenger Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) C C C C CC C C C
  12. 12. Rule: 9.2.5 Name: APPROACH DIVERGING INDICATION: • Proceed prepared to advance on • diverging route at next signal at • prescribed speed through turnout. 12 Only odd Ball Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  13. 13. Rule: 9.2.6 Name: APPROACH 13 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) Remember INDICATION: • Proceed prepared to stop before any part of train or engine passes the next signal. Freight trains exceeding 30 MPH must immediately reduce to 30 MPH. Passenger trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. When the next signal is seen to display a proceed indication, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop no longer applies. Speed may be resumed after leading wheels of train have passed signal.
  14. 14. Rule: 9.2.7 Name: APPROACH RESTRICTING INDICATION: Proceed prepared to pass next signal at restricted speed, but not exceeding 15 MPH. 14 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  15. 15. Rule: 9.2.8 Name: Diverging Clear Limited Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) Indication: Proceed on diverging route. Speed through turnout must not exceed 40MPH.
  16. 16. Rule: 9.2.9 Name: DIVERGING CLEAR INDICATION: • Proceed on diverging route not exceeding prescribed speed through turnout. 16 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  17. 17. Rule: 9.2.10 Name: DIVERGING ADVANCE APPROACH INDICATION: Proceed on diverging route not exceeding prescribed speed through turnout and be prepared to stop at second signal. Freight trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 40 MPH. When the next signal is seen to display an aspect more favorable than Diverging Approach or Approach, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop short of the second signal is no longer required. When signal governs the approach to a control point with a 40 MPH turnout speed, be prepared to advance on normal or diverging route. 17 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  18. 18. 18 Indication: Proceed on diverging route at prescribed speed through turnout prepared to stop at second signal. Freight trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. Passenger trains exceeding 60 MPH must immediately reduce to 60 MPH. When the next signal is seen to display an aspect more favorable than Diverging Approach or Approach, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop short of the second signal is no longer required. Rule: 9.2.10P Name: Diverging Advance Approach Passenger Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) C C C C C
  19. 19. Rule: 9.2.11 Name: DIVERGING APPROACH INDICATION: Proceed on diverging route at prescribed speed through turnout prepared to stop before any part of train or engine passes the next signal. Freight trains exceeding 30 MPH must immediately reduce to 30 MPH. Passenger trains exceeding 40 MPH must immediately reduce to 40 MPH. When the next signal is seen to display a proceed indication, the requirement to proceed prepared to stop no longer applies. Speed may be resumed after leading wheels of train have passed signal. 19 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  20. 20. 20 INDICATION: Proceed on diverging route not exceeding prescribed speed through turnout prepared to advance on diverging route at the next signal at prescribed speed through turnout. Rule: 9.2.12 Name: Diverging Approach Diverging Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  21. 21. Rule: 9.2.13 Name: RESTRICTING 21 INDICATION: Proceed at restricted speed, Not exceeding prescribed Speed through turnout when applicable. Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) CCCXX G CCCXX G CCCXX G
  22. 22. Rule: 9.2.14 Name: Restricted Proceed INDICATION: Proceed at restricted speed. 22 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR) CCCXXCCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX CCCXX
  23. 23. Rule: 9.2.15 Name: STOP INDICATION: Stop before any part of train or engine passes the signal. 23 Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
  24. 24. 24 Indication: Proceed on diverging route at prescribed speed through turnout. Freight trains exceeding 50 MPH must immediately reduce to 50 MPH. Passenger trains may proceed, but must be prepared to pass the next signal not exceeding 50 MPH. When signal governs the approach to a control point with a 50 MPH turnout speed, be prepared to advance on diverging route. Rule: 9.2.16 Name: Diverging Approach Clear Fifty Union Pacific Rail Road (UPRR)
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