| |
Missouri Department of Transportation

Social Media Facebook Twitter Flickr Instagram YouTube RSS

MoDOT Proposed Rules

This page contains the text of a proposed rule adopted by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, a summary of the proposed rule, and the official copy of the proposed rule published in the Missouri Register, along with any materials incorporated by reference.

Proposed Rule Summary Fiscal Note(s) Supporting Documents Link to Missouri Register Reference Materials Date Posted

7 CSR 10-21.010
Transportation Corporation
Toll Enforcement

This rule is being amended to remove unnecessary definitions, remove rule requirements that are redundant with the existing statutory toll enforcement laws in sections 238.362 through 238.367, and remove unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.010 Definitions This rule is amended to delete unnecessary terms, clarify some definitions, and add definitions such as; manufacturer, mobile service, override lockout, real-time reporting, etc. The definition of an authorized service provider was changed and the term manufacturer was added to more clearly distinguish the differences between those terms. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.020 Approval Procedure This rule is being rescinded as it outlined the necessary step for manufacturers to get their ignition interlock devices approved and certified in the state of Missouri. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.020 Approval Procedure This rule is a new proposed rule. The proposed rule more clearly explains the application requirements and process, removes outdated language and requires the laboratory that tests ignition interlock devices to have International Organization of Standardization (ISO) 17025 certification. N/A Proposal Link

baiid-model-specs_2013-10940

 

baiid-model-specs_2015-07161

4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.030 Standards and Specifications This rule is being rescinded as it outlined the minimum standards and specifications for ignition interlock device approval and certification in the state of Missouri. N/A Proposal Link

 

4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.030 Standards and Specifications This rule is a new proposed rule. The proposed rule clarifies the standards and specifications required for an ignition interlock device to be certified for use in Missouri, including: being manufactured or assembled by an entity that possesses an ISO 9001 certification; must utilize calibration devices from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Conforming Products List; establishes standards for photo identification and near real-time reporting; and expands standards for data storage and retention. Fiscal Note Proposal Link

baiid-model-specs_2013-10940

baiid-model-specs_2015-07161

Conforming Products List of Calibrating Units for Breath Alcohol Testers

4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.040 Responsibilities for Authorized Service Providers This rule is being rescinded as it outlined the responsibilities of breath alcohol ignition interlock device authorized service providers. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.040 Responsibilities of Manufacturers This rule is a new proposed rule. The proposed rule is restructured to more clearly outline reporting requirements, including: expansion of the information to be reported to the Department of Transportation; define how long records should be maintained by the manufacturers; and outlines requirements when data is not being transmitted from the ignition interlock device to the manufacturer’s server.   N/A Proposal Link

baiid-model-specs_2013-10940

baiid-model-specs_2015-07161

4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.050 Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device Security This rule is being rescinded as it outlined the security requirements of the authorized service providers. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.050 Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device Security This rule is a new proposed rule. The proposed rule was restructured and includes security provisions that were moved from other sections. In addition, the proposed rule outlines insurance requirements for authorized service providers and allows for an override lockout feature that meets certain requirements. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.060 Suspension or Revocation of Approval Procedure This rule is being rescinded as it outlined the conditions for which ignition interlock device certification may be suspended or revoked. N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 60-2.060 Device Suspension and Decertification This rule is a new proposed rule. The proposed rule was restructured to more clearly outline the conditions for suspension or revocation of an ignition interlock device. N/A Proposal Link

baiid-model-specs_2013-10940

baiid-model-specs_2015-07161

4/16/18

7 CSR 265-8.005 Definitions

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, removes those definitions or parts of definitions solely relating to motor carriers, clarifies some existing definitions and adds new definitions relating to railroads.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.010 Accidents

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, incorporates the federal definition of hazardous material into the rule, specifies when a railroad shall provide notice of an accident, updates and incorporates the reference to federal regulations for hazardous material reporting and accident reporting consistent with such federal regulations, and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link

49 CFR Part 171.16 eCFR

49 CFR Part 171.8 eCFR

FRA Guide for Preparing Acc Inc Reports pub May 2011

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.012 Dedicated Railroad Telephone

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7 and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.018 Signs

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, aligns the retroreflectivity standards in the rule to those in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link MUTCD 2009r1r2edition 4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.020 Track Switch Position Indicators

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, eliminates all references in the rule to oil lamps because these are no longer used in the railroad industry, updates terminology for retroreflectivity,and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.030 Visual Obstructions at Public Grade Crossings

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7 and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.032 Temporary Closing of a Public Grade Crossing

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7 and changes the signing, work protection, and detours requirements from those in a 1988 Federal Highway Administration handbook to those contained in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

N/A Proposal Link FRA Guide for Preparing Acc Inc Reports pub May 2011 4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.040 Transportation of Employees

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, removes references to 1966 and 1985 vehicles, updates the division name, removes a subsection duplicated elsewhere in the rule and eliminates unnecessary restrictive language.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18

7 CSR 265-8.041 Required Equipment for Railroad Motor Cars

This rule is being rescinded because self-propelled railroad motor cars are no longer generally used by railroads in this state.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.050 Facilities for Employees

This rule is being rescinded because the requirements contained therein are substantially included in Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 1910, 1926 and 1928.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.060 Structural Clearances

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, removes all references to mail cranes because these are no longer used in the rail industry, updates the division name, incorporates rules found in the National Electrical Safety Code and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link

2012_NESC

2012_NESC_errata

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.070 Grade Crossing Account

This rule is being rescinded because the relevant sections of Chapter 152 RSMo no longer exist.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.071 Grade Crossing Safety Account

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, updates the rule to reflect organizational, statute and procedure changes, incorporates the cost standards in 23 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 140 and 646 and eliminates unnecessary restrictive language.

N/A Proposal Link

23 CFR Part 140 Subpart I eCFR

23 CFR Part 646 Subpart B eCFR

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.080 Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Warning Systems

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, updates the references to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) guidelines and the federal regulations in 49 Code of Federal Regulations Part 234 that are incorporated into this rule. The amendment also removes a pavement marking diagram as part of the published rule because this diagram is included in Part 8 of the MUTCD.

N/A Proposal Link

MUTCD 2009r1r2edition

Title 49 CFR Part 234 eCFR

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.090 Annual Report—State Statistics

This rule is being rescinded because its provisions have been moved to 7 Code of State Regulations 265-8.092.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.092 Railroad Reports

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, removes the requirement for a railroad to provide a copy of its system rail traffic density diagram and removes an average daily train traffic form as part of the published rule. This amendment also adds new reporting requirements relating to rail operating revenues, mileage operated, track mileage, rail line operation statistics and freight carried, and incorporates the forms used for such reports into the rule by reference.

N/A Proposal Link

Annual Report of State Stastics

Annual Report R-1 210 Results of Operation

Avg Daily RR Traffic Within MO

Statement of Revenue

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.100 Track and Railroad Workplace Safety Standards

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7 and updates the references to the federal regulations in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 213 and 214 that are incorporated into this rule.

N/A Proposal Link

49 CFR Part 213 eCFR

49 CFR Part 214 eCFR

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.110 Walkway Safety Standards at Industrial Tracks

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7 and eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.120 Hazardous Material Requirements

This rule is being rescinded because the requirements contained therein are included in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 105-177.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.130 Grade Crossing Construction and Maintenance

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, updates the references to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and to the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association’s guidelines that are incorporated into this rule and eliminates restrictive wording.

N/A Proposal Link

AREMA Part 8 Hwy-Ry Grade Crossings

MUTCD 2009r1r2edition

4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.140 First-Aid Kits

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7and removes a reference to Senate Bill No. 676 in the purpose statement because parts of Senate Bill 676 are no longer in effect.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.300 Railroad Safety Applications (Other Than Railroad-Highway Crossings)

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, revises the rule to delete an obsolete reference to the administrative law judges, authorizes the division director to decide a railroad safety matter raised under an application to the commission if a hearing is waived by all parties to the application or refer the case to the Administrative Hearing Commission, and eliminates unnecessary restrictive language.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
7 CSR 265-8.320 Railroad-Highway Crossing Applications

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7amends the rule to reflect current procedures, removes forms to give an applicant flexibility to submit information, deletes an obsolete requirement regarding the amount of funds from the grade crossing account for proposed safety improvements, deletes an obsolete reference to administrative law judges, authorizes the division director to decide a railroad safety matter raised under an application to the commission if a hearing is waived by all parties to the application or refer the case to the Administrative Hearing Commission, and eliminates unnecessary restrictive language.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18
4 CSR 265-2.322 Approved Installation of Stop Signs at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings

This rule is being rescinded because effective with the 2009 edition the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways now requires either a stop or yield sign at every highway-rail grade crossing equipped with passive warning devices and includes guidance for any use of a stop sign at passive crossings.

N/A Proposal Link   4/16/18

7 CSR 265-8.324 Changes to Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Active Warning Devices

This proposed rule amendment moves the rule from Title 4 to Title 7, revises the rule to reflect current procedures, deletes obsolete references to the administrative law judge, eliminates unnecessary restrictive wording, deletes a requirement that the department retain all written notices of minor warning device changes, and updates the references to the regulations in 49 Code of Federal Regulations Part 234 that are incorporated into this rule.

N/A Proposal Link Title 49 CFR Part 234 eCFR 4/16/18

 

Previous Rules for Public Comment

 

The documents are provided in Acrobat Reader format. Free Acrobat Reader download  PDF Icon

About Us
How Do I...
Contact Us
Missouri Department of Transportation
Central Office
105 W. Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65102
1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636)
1-866-831-6277 (Motor Carrier Services)
Driver's License Offices
horz_bar
Bookmark This Page!
| | |
Missouri State Government
© 2013 Missouri Department of Transportation. All Rights Reserved.   Privacy Policy.
 
      RSS FeedYoutubeBlogFlickrTwitter Facebook