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  1. Where did you get the idea that it is a conflicting signal?? I really hope you're joking? Example: R10 sign with a 15mph sign at the same location. The R10 is telling you that your entire train (10 cars) have clear the switch and you may now resume the allowable speed for the area which is 15mph. Come on..... If it is just a Green R sign with a 15mph together at the same location like Dave2836 said that is telling you to resume the allowable speed for that area which is 15mph. It is NOT a conflicting signal. There are quite a few locations like that. So you are saying a 20mph sign with a DGT15 right below it is conflicting???? This is exactly why you must know your signals and which fixed sign applies to you.
  2. Not my contribution lol. I park in the trains yards so I don't have to worry about street parking.
  3. It's not new. When I was hired back in 2012 I had to pay for fingerprinting and processing. They had that requirment for the money order for a few years now.
  4. Read it carefully. It says nothing about the N and Q getting CBTC. The new ATS signals will be CBTC ready if they decide to go that route in the future. The R160's that run on the N/Q are already CBTC ready.
  5. T/O may be going back to a promotional title only after last years test. Also I believe that list is almost 30,000 strong. You're looking at waiting almost 8+ years with a score of 90 for to get called
  6. Yes on the R142A. There were slight clearance issues that cause some of the exterior guard lights to be knocked clean off.
  7. Wrong. The 7 is an A Division line as far as the line itself and Crews. It was the Manangment and Supervision on the that were shifted over to B Div. So the simple way to put it is the line is now run by B Division Managers and Supervisors.
  8. The 5yrs I've been down here so far I have had three 12-9's already. They were all suicides expect the first guy by miracle survived. My last one was just back in October. I'll never forget how he looked right at me just before he jumped. The sound of the impact is something I'll never forgot.
  9. I heard this too going back as far as 2014. Supposedly this test is going to be the last open competitive. T/O will return back to a promotional only title.
  10. If it wasn't for the fact they extended the last open competitive twice I don't think anyone who scored below a 92 would have been reached. When I took the test back in 2009 I was told to score 95 or above to have any chance of being called due to the amount of people that took the test.
  11. Transit won't care unless the suspension is for a DWI/DUI. Only then will it possibly affect your continued employment.
  12. That's not smart. Most job positions these days require you to have a valid driver license. Going forward you'll most likely need a valid license get a government job and most other jobs....
  13. Visually it's the same....It's A no brainer that there will be slight design modifications on the suspension..

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