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At railroad crossings, bus drivers

A Must stop and check for any approaching trains
When approaching a railroad crossing while driving a bus, you must stop between 15 and 50 feet from the nearest track to look and listen for any approaching trains. Only proceed once you are certain that there are no approaching trains. You do not need to stop at streetcar crossings; if a police officer or flagger is directing traffic; if there is a green traffic signal at the crossing; or at crossings marked "exempt" or "abandoned." more
B Do not need to stop
C Do not need to stop, but must reduce their speed to 25 mph below the posted speed limit
D Do not need to stop, but must open the door to listen for trains