Before crossing railroad tracks, operators of vehicles carrying hazardous materials must stop within 50 feet, but not less than 15 feet, of the nearest rail. EXCLUSIONS
The federal provisions for shipping container specifications (49 CFR 178) do not apply in Wisconsin to cargo tanks and portable tanks used in intrastate commerce and placed in operation before January 1, 1986.
The following federal provisions do not apply to a nonspecification, nonbulk metal tank permanently secured to a transport vehicle and protected against leakage or damage in the event of a turnover, having a capacity of less than 119 gallons used by intrastate carriers in intrastate commerce to transport only flammable liquid petroleum products:
- General requirements for shipments and packagings (49 CFR 173)
- Shipping container specifications (49 CFR 178)
- Qualification and maintenance of cargo tanks (49 CFR 180)
The following federal provisions do not apply in Wisconsin to the transportation of agricultural products other than class 2 materials, or compressed gases, over local roads other than the national interstate and defense highway system between fields of the same farm by a farmer who operates as an intrastate private carrier:
- Hazardous materials tables and hazardous ...