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Title 45 of the United States Code

 

Title 45 of the United States Code

Title 45 of the United States Code outlines the role of rail transport in the United States Code.

  • Chapter 1: Safety Appliances and Equipment on Railroad Engines and Cars, and Protection of Employees and Travelers
  • Chapter 2: Liability for Injuries to Employees
  • Chapter 3: Hours of Service of Employees
  • Chapter 4: Care of Animals in Transit
  • Chapter 5: Government-Aided Railroads
  • Chapter 6: Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration in Controversies Between Carriers and Employees
  • Chapter 7: Adjustment Boards and Labor Boards
  • Chapter 8: Railway Labor
  • Chapter 9: Retirement of Railroad Employees
  • Chapter 10: Tax on Carriers and Employees
  • Chapter 11: Railroad Unemployment Insurance
  • Chapter 12: Temporary Railroad Unemployment Insurance Program
  • Chapter 13: Railroad Safety
  • Chapter 14: Rail Passenger Service
  • Chapter 15: Emergency Rail Services
  • Chapter 16: Regional Rail Reorganization
  • Chapter 17: Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform
  • Chapter 18: Milwaukee Railroad Restructuring
  • Chapter 19: Rock Island Railroad Employee Assistance
  • Chapter 20: Northeast Rail Service
  • Chapter 21: Alaska Railroad Transfer
  • Chapter 22: Conrail Privatization

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