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RegSenseDefensive drivingCMV drivingBest ResultsFAQHazmat: HighwayPassenger carriersEnglishFocus AreaUSA
What railroad crossings do you not have to stop at?
Drivers do not have to stop at the following crossings per §392.10:
- Streetcar crossings or industrial switching tracks within a business district.
- Crossings where a police officer or flagman is directing traffic and you are directed to proceed.
- Crossings which are controlled by a stop-and-go traffic light which is green.
- Abandoned railroad crossings marked with a sign indicating that the line is abandoned.
- Industrial or spur line crossings clearly marked “Exempt”.
['Hazmat: Highway', 'Passenger carriers', 'CMV driving']
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