TITLE 16
TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER 1
RAILROADS
SECTION:
16-1-1: Walking On Tracks
16-1-2: Climbing On Trains
16-1-3: Obstructing Crossings
16-1-4: Speed Restrictions
16-1-5: Unnecessary Noise
16-1-1: WALKING ON TRACKS:
   It is unlawful for any person to stand, walk, sit, run or recline upon a railroad track within the city. (2000 Code § 16-101)
16-1-2: CLIMBING ON TRAINS:
   Every person is forbidden to climb upon, hold onto, or in any manner attach himself to any locomotive, engine or railway car within the city, while the locomotive engine or car is in motion. (2000 Code § 16-102)
16-1-3: OBSTRUCTING CROSSINGS 1 :
   It is unlawful for any person to obstruct any street, avenue or crossing within the city limits with any railway train, locomotive or engine for a longer period of time than five (5) minutes. (2000 Code § 16-103)
16-1-4: SPEED RESTRICTIONS:
   It is unlawful for any railway company engineer, fireman or other employee to run or operate any railroad engine, train or car within the city limits at a greater rate of speed than thirty (30) miles per hour. (2000 Code § 16-104)
16-1-5: UNNECESSARY NOISE:
   It is unlawful for any engineer or other person, while operating a locomotive within or through the city, to cause unnecessary or prolonged blasts with a whistle on the locomotive or to allow or cause any unnecessary noise from the locomotive. (2000 Code § 16-105)

 

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1. See also subsection A of this code.