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1

how many sections is the alameda corridor divided into?

3

2

Track one is also called the east track, what is another name for track two?

center track

3

how many green botz dots are used for identifying a ladder in the alameda corridor?

two

4

how many green botz dots are used to identify a standpipe in the alameda corridor?

one

5

what intervals are the retractible ladders in for the alameda corridor?

1000 feet intervals

6

dispatch managers tell trains to slow their speed down to 10 mph, what is their average speed for the alameda corridor?

40mph

7

to contact the dispatch center in san bernardino, phones are placed where in the alameda corridor?

at the top and bottom of the trench at the retractible ladders

8

each catch basin is fed by a water channel, how wide is that water channel?

4 feet

9

the standpipe system is not a looped system. how often are standpipes placed in the alameda corridor?

500 feet

10

when there is a haz mat spill in the corridor, what is done with the catch basins?

they are required to be shut down, which is accomplished at the dispatch center or at the pump station

11

how long does it take a train to stop in the corridor?

one mile

12

how many access points are there in the corridor?

46

13

what is meant by the symbol DC in the alameda corridor access points?

drain cut off

14

what is meant by the symbol 'T' in the alameda corridor access points?

emergency telephone

15

what is meant by the symbol "EL" in the alameda corridor access points?

emergency ladder

16

how long is the alameda corridor strip?

20 miles

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