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Highway-Rail Crossing Handbook - Third Edition

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E. APPENDIX – PREEMPTION CALCULATION PROCEDURES, EXAMPLE FROM STATE OF TEXAS

The following pages are the forms used by Texas DOT for preemption calculation procedures.

Figure E-1. Texas DOT–Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. This figure is an example of the Texas DOT- Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. At the top of the form, various general information is to be filled out. This includes CSJ, date, city, country, district, railroad, Crossing DOT#, railroad contact, and more. Please note that the link to the original document is located here: http://www.txdot.gov/txdoteforms/GetForm?formName=/2304.pdf&appID=/TRF&status=/reportError.jsp&configFile=WFServletConfig.xml

Page 2 of the Texas DOT Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings - Figure E-1. Texas DOT–Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. This figure is an example of the Texas DOT- Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. At the top of the form, various general information is to be filled out. This includes CSJ, date, city, country, district, railroad, Crossing DOT#, railroad contact, and more. Please note that the link to the original document is located here: http://www.txdot.gov/txdoteforms/GetForm?formName=/2304.pdf&appID=/TRF&status=/reportError.jsp&configFile=WFServletConfig.xml

Page 3 of the Texas DOT Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings - Figure E-1. Texas DOT–Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. This figure is an example of the Texas DOT- Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. At the top of the form, various general information is to be filled out. This includes CSJ, date, city, country, district, railroad, Crossing DOT#, railroad contact, and more. Please note that the link to the original document is located here: http://www.txdot.gov/txdoteforms/GetForm?formName=/2304.pdf&appID=/TRF&status=/reportError.jsp&configFile=WFServletConfig.xml

Page 4 of the Texas DOT Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings - Figure E-1. Texas DOT–Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. This figure is an example of the Texas DOT- Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings. At the top of the form, various general information is to be filled out. This includes CSJ, date, city, country, district, railroad, Crossing DOT#, railroad contact, and more. Please note that the link to the original document is located here: http://www.txdot.gov/txdoteforms/GetForm?formName=/2304.pdf&appID=/TRF&status=/reportError.jsp&configFile=WFServletConfig.xml

Figure E-1. Texas DOT–Guide for Determining Time Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings

Please visit this website to download a PDF file of Texas Department of Transportation–Guide for determining time requirements for traffic signal preemption at highway-rail grade crossings:
http://www.txdot.gov/txdoteforms/GetForm?formName=/2304.pdf&appID=/TRF&status=/reportError.jsp&configFile=WFServletConfig.xml

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