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The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has held in a recent case that the Federal Railway Safety Act preempts local ordinances regarding railroad obstructions and railroad safety. See CSX Transportation, Inc. v. City of Plymouth, 86 F.3d 626 (6th Cir. 1996). Therefore, the provisions in this chapter have been repealed. For current enforcement, please consult appropriate state law.
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Lighting railroads, see Ohio R.C. 723.33 et seq.
Climbing upon railroad cars, see Ohio R.C. 4999.02
Duties of locomotive engineers, see Ohio R.C. 4999.04
Obstructing streets by railroad companies, see Ohio R.C. 5589.21, 5589.211
Railroad Grad Crossing Improvement Fund, see Ohio R.C. 5589.24
Stopping at grade crossings, see TRAF. 432.31 et seq.
Definitions generally, see GEN. OFF. 606.01
Organizational criminal liability, see GEN. OFF. 606.08
Personal accountability for organizational conduct, see GEN. OFF. 606.09