Nebraska Administrative Code
Topic - TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Title 415 - NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION - LOCAL ASSISTANCE DIVISION
Chapter 7 - Comprehensive Public Safety Program for Highway-Rail Grade Crossings
Section 415-7-004 - REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

Current through March 20, 2024

004.01 By November 1st of each year, the railroad company shall report to the Department in a format agreed to between the railroad and the Department, the average daily number of trains on each of its Nebraska lines.

004.02 On or about January 1st of each odd-numbered year, the Department will provide each local entity (municipalities and counties with public highway-rail grade crossings within their jurisdiction) with the Department's most recent estimate of the average daily number of vehicles for each public railroad crossing within that entity's jurisdiction. The local entity shall review the Department's estimates and report in writing to the Department by November 1 of that year, whether it agrees or disagrees with each of the Department's estimates. In the event the local entity disagrees with the Department's estimate for any crossing, the local entity shall report to the Department in writing its own estimate of the average daily number of vehicles for that crossing. If the local entity chooses to conduct its own traffic count or counts, the Department will provide, upon request, a traffic counting device to the local entity at no expense. Additionally, the local entity may at any time request a copy of data in the Department's inventory of the most recent estimate of the average daily number of vehicles for any public crossing within that entity's jurisdiction.

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