Rule 281

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Clear.
Indication: Proceed.

Rule 282

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Approach medium.
Indication: Proceed, approaching next signal or block marker at Medium Speed.

Rule 283

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Medium-clear.
Indication: Proceed, Medium Speed within interlocking limits.

Rule 284

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Approach slow.
Indication: Proceed approaching next signal at Slow Speed. Train exceeding Medium Speed must at once slow to that speed.

Rule 285

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Approach.
Indication: Proceed preparing to Stop at next Signal. Train exceeding Medium Speed must at once slow to that speed.

Rule 286

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Medium-approach.
Indication: Proceed at Medium Speed preparing to Stop at next signal.

Rule 287

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Slow-clear.
Indication: Proceed; Slow Speed within interlocking limits.

Rule 288

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Slow-approach
Indication: Proceed, preparing to stop at next signal; Slow Speed within interlocking limits.

Rule 290

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Restricting
Indication: Proceed at Restricted Speed.

Rule 291

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

 
Name: Stop and Proceed.
Indication: Proceed at Restricted Speed. See Rule 509.
Rule 509: When a train or engine is stopped by an automatic block signal:

a) On single track,when authorized by train dispatcher, and will then proceed at restricted speed; or, when communication is lost or not provided, preceded by a flagman until he can see the block signal in advance in the approach or proceed indication, when flagman is taken up and the train or engine proceed to that signal at restricted speed, or, in cab signal territory, until an approach or less restrictive indication is displayed by the cab signal.

b) On two or more tracks at restricted speed.

Rule 292

Interlocking

Automatic

Terminal

Name: Stop
Indication: Stop.

Copyright © 2000, Henry J. Sundermeyer