What is Temporary speed Restriction?

What is Temporary speed Restriction?

The purpose of this rule is to set out the protocols for applying a Temporary Speed Restriction (TSR) in the Public Transport Authority (PTA) Network. The object of a TSR is to reduce the speed of Rail Traffic to ensure safe passage over a Section of Track when the Track is not safe for Normal Speed.

What is a spate indicator?

SPATE Indicators mean that a speed restriction has been withdrawn or will not be imposed. The SPATE Indicator is on a yellow reflected square board with a black diagonal line running across it. No doubt trains will now run at normal speeds over the affected bit of line where a TSR was previously planned to be in place.

What is an emergency speed restriction railway?

An Emergency Speed Restriction is a reduction of line speed that has not been notified in the Weekly Operating Notices.

Which signal is used for departing train?

Normally the starter signal shows a ‘Proceed’ indication (green signal) to indicate that a train may leave the station, but in some cases an ‘Attention’ or ‘Caution’ indication (double yellow / yellow) may be used to allow the train to leave the station (and make the platform available for another train) but at a …

What does a flashing platform number mean?

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What do railway signals mean?

A railway signal is a visual display device that conveys instructions or provides advance warning of instructions regarding the driver’s authority to proceed. Typically, a signal might inform the driver of the speed at which the train may safely proceed or it may instruct the driver to stop.

What is an ESR Network Rail?

Emergency Speed Restriction- An unplanned reduction in train speed imposed between defined locations along a track.

What triggers train signals?

Level crossing signals are the electronic warning devices for road vehicles at railroad level crossings. The time interval may be controlled by a level crossing predictor, an electronic device which is connected to the rails of a railroad track, and activates the crossing’s warning devices (lights, bells, gates, etc.)

What is the symbol of railway line?

These are arrow-shaped railway line symbol represented on boards pointing to the left or right. These signboards indicate special restrictions on railway tracks including temporary or permanent engineering restrictions and caution orders in effect.

What is GS and SLR in train?

GS simply refers to the General Seating coach. It is a second class unreserved coach. Normally every train including Mail/express trains have atleast two GS coaches one near the Locomotive and one at the end of the train. Anyone with a General/Unreserverd ticket bought from counter can travel in those compartments.

What do the temporary speed restriction signs mean?

Temporary Speed Restriction Start signs indicate: to Rail Traffic Crews, that they are entering the limits of a TSR; and the maximum speed permissible for each Rail Traffic type over the affected portion of Track. Temporary Speed Restriction End signs indicate to Rail Traffic Crews that they are leaving the limits of a TSR.

What does it mean to have a speed restriction on a train?

TEMPORARY SPEED RESTRICTION – A speed , less than the permissible speed, applied for a pre-planned period not normally exceeding 6 months. EMERGENCY SPEED RESTRICTION – A speed restriction not shown in the Weekly operating Notice (WON),or which is more restrictive than shown, or which applies at a time other than that shown in the WON.

How long does it take for TSR to be removed on a railway?

Operational railway restored with 50 mph TSR Following 7 to 14 days track is tamped and the TSR removed Following s further 2 to 3 weeks track is tamped again 1 2 3 4 How –As is To produce a strategy that eliminates the requirement to implement a temporary speed restriction following engineering work to replace plain line track.

Are there speed restriction signs at level crossings?

See Section 16 for speed restriction signs associated with level crossings. In the early years, most railways did not bother to install lineside signs to indicate a change in the permitted speed but relied on the drivers’ knowledge of the road. Two railways that did, however, were the Great Western Railway and the North British Railway.