Week 4 Review Questions Part 2

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  1. If a CAb Signal Departure Test is performed at a turnaround point other than a designated yard, whom must the engineer notify as to the results of the results of the test?
    The RTC
  2. In MBS territory, if the first train arriving at a meet is to hold the main, what must a crew member do for the opposing train?
    Will line and lock the switch for the main
  3. In MBS territory, if the train taking the siding is the first train arriving at the meet what must a crew member do for opposing train?
    A crew member with after receiving permission of the RTC, line the switch into the siding and once the train has cleared into the siding, will immediately line and lock the switch for the main
  4. In cases where a signal system failure or other circumstances, MBS rules may be substituted for CTC/ CSS rules. Such substitution will be authorized by?
    Bulletin Order or Form M line 9
  5. What must the limits of the substitution of MBS rules be?
    Controlled Points
  6. On what tracks will MBS rules apply during a substitution?
    All tracks unless specified track are designated in Form M line 9 or Bulletin Order
  7. When MBS rules are substituted for CTC/ CSS rules, what speed will apply?
    MAS shown in the Timetable, not exceeding 59 MPH
  8. How must trains approach all interlocking when MBS is substituted for CTC/ CSS?
    Trains must approach all interlocking signals within the limits of the MBS territory prepared to stop
  9. How must trains approach all interlocking when MBS is substituted for CTC/ CSS?
    Trains must approach all interlocking signals within the limits of the MBS territory prepared to stop

    What is the only exception to the question above?
    When interlockings are taken out of service by Bulletin Order of Form M line 1m
  10. If intermediate interlockings are removed from service by either Bulletin Order or Form M line 14, at what speed are you permitted to operate?
    MAS not exceeding 59 MPH
  11. Can a proceed interlocking signal be displayed at the entrance to or intermediate interlocking's?
    A proceed interlocking signal must not be displayed
  12. When MBS is substituted for CTC/ CSS, How must trains approach all hand operated, facing point switches not equipped with electric locks?
    Prepared to stop, until the engineer determines the switch points are properly lined
  13. How will trains approach the interlocking signal governing the end of the MBS territory and beginning of CTC/ CSS?
    Prepared to stop. The engineer must notify that the Train Control Apparatus is cut it and confirmed by the RTC
  14. At what speed will trains enter the interlocking departing from MBS to CTC/ CSS territory?
    At Restricted Speed
  15. When MBS is substituted for CTC/ CSS train must do what at all grade crossings equipped with what?
    Stop and Warn at grade crossings equipped with automatic warning devices
  16. Employees assigned to "Staffed" block limits will report what information to the RTC? (5 items)
    Each train that passed the Block Limit, the schedule number, Lead unit, Track and Time
  17. Are trains passing "Staffed" block limits required to report clear of the block to the RTC?
    No
  18. Where interlocking rules are in effect, if the RTC stops a train, what will the train do? When can movement commence?
    The train will stop and not move in either direction without Verbal Permission of the RTC
  19. A train that is stopped less than once engine length beyond an interlocking signal governing that movement must not proceed without?
    Verbal Permission of the RTC
  20. When necessary to make a reverse move where IR rules are in effect, how will a train be authorized to make the reverse move?
    Interlocking Signal Indication or Verbal Permission of the RTC
  21. When Non-shunting movements are operating where interlocking Rules are in effect what must be done after clearing the interlocking limits?
    The employee in charge must report that the movement has cleared the interlocking to the RTC
  22. A signal _________________ must be reported promptly to the RTC. If only one indication is possible, that indication will be given.
    imperfectly displayed
  23. If a ____________ from the place where it is usually shown, movement must be governed by the most restrictive indication that can be given by that signal.  The absence of a signal must be reported promptly to the RTC.
    fixed signal is absent
  24. Crews must not request, and RTC's must not advise?
    The name, aspect, or indication of any fixed signal

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