Emergency Lighting System Design for Passenger Cars
This standard specifies the minimum performance criteria for the design of the emergency lighting system for passenger rail cars.
|Document Number||Version||Publication Date||Publication||Related Information|
|APTA PR-E-S-013-99||Rev. 2||06/06/2023||Published||Proposed for CFR Citation|
|APTA PR-E-S-013-99||Rev. 1||10/07/2007||Published||49 CFR §238. 115(b)(1) (2013)|
This standard requires that each passenger rail car be equipped with emergency lighting that facilitates the ability of passengers, train crew members and emergency responders to see under conditions of darkness when the normal lighting power source is unavailable and move within, through and out of the passenger car.
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APTA PR-IM-S-008-98, “Electrical Periodic Inspection and Maintenance of Passenger Coaches”
APTA PR-IM-S-013-99, “Passenger Car Periodic Inspection and Maintenance”
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