Sunset review of Chapters 351-360, Florida Statutes, railroad safety

prepared pursuant to the Regulatory Sunset Act, Chapter 81-318, Laws of Florida
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Statementby Regulatory Reform.
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LC ClassificationsKFF301.5 .A25 1981
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Paginationiii, 42, [34] p. :
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(1) Every railroad company shall exercise reasonable care for the safety of motorists whenever its track crosses a highway and shall be responsible for erecting and maintaining crossbuck grade-crossing warning signs in accordance with the uniform system of traffic control devices adopted pursuant to s.

Such crossbuck signs shall be erected and maintained at all public or private. Florida Statutes. Title XXIII MOTOR VEHICLES.

Chapter STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL Entire Employer responsibility for violations pertaining to railroad-highway grade crossings.

Certain vehicles to stop or slow at all railroad grade crossings. safety regulations; transporters and shippers of hazardous materials. The Florida Statutes: Title XXIII MOTOR VEHICLES: Chapter STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL: View Entire Chapter Employer responsibility for violations pertaining to railroad-highway grade crossings.

Certain vehicles to stop or slow at all railroad grade crossings. safety regulations; transporters and shippers of hazardous. Section - Railroad-highway grade crossings to be cleared for emergency vehicles Section - Railroad tracks and related equipment; safety rules; penalties Section - Railroad safety inspections and inspectors.

The Florida Statutes: Title XXIII Motor Vehicles: Chapter State Uniform Traffic Control: View Entire Chapter: TITLE XXIII MOTOR VEHICLES.

CHAPTER STATE UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL. Short title. Purpose. Definitions. Interference with official traffic control devices or railroad signs or. Chapter of the Florida Statutes, also known as The Condominium Act, is a chapter of law that governs condominiums in the State of Florida.

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Sunset review of Chapters 351-360 is the legislative intent in the adoption of this chapter to make uniform traffic laws to apply throughout the state and its several counties and.

Sect ch.provides that “[t]he text of ss. railroad safety book (19)(c) and (12)(b), Florida Statutes, as carried forward from chapterLaws of Florida, by this act, expires July 1,and the text of those paragraphs shall revert to that in existence on Jexcept that any amendments to such text enacted. Section 3, ch.

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a bicycle path. See Florida Statutes ; Misdemeanor: Usually a petty offense, a less serious crime than a felony, punishable by less than a year of confinement.

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Operator use of commercial mobile radio services and electronic communications devices. Powers of local authorities. Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program; administration; .(6) Upon commencing an investigation under this part, if a report was received from a reporter under s.

(1)(b), the protective investigator must provide his or her contact information to the reporter within 24 hours after being assigned to the investigator must also advise the reporter that he or she may provide a written summary of the report made to the central abuse.Terms Used In Florida Statutes Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having authority to administer oaths.; agent: means a person charged by the entity with the responsibility of navigating and operating the personal delivery Florida Statutes ; Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking.