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    CN police

    just an FYI, they can ticket you for any infractions within 500 meters of a train crossing. Seen them sitting at the crossing on 215st pulling people over and did not know why. Thought they just sat and watched for crossing infractions but I guess nothing better to do that give out chicken **** tickets



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    Re: CN police

    Distracted driving and seatbelt are their favourite . Maybe they should pay more attention to their ****ty container delivery drivers who can't handle their rigs

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    Re: CN police

    They are only allowed to ticket in regards to protection of their employees/property, so a lot of interpretation there. I highly doubt things like a seatbelt ticket would stick. If those fawks ever pulled me over they'd be getting a earful about how they should police their employees on the laws of how long they are able to block the tracks. Could ticket a train pretty much every single day at 215st crossing.

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    Re: CN police

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyle View Post
    They are only allowed to ticket in regards to protection of their employees/property, so a lot of interpretation there. I highly doubt things like a seatbelt ticket would stick. If those fawks ever pulled me over they'd be getting a earful about how they should police their employees on the laws of how long they are able to block the tracks. Could ticket a train pretty much every single day at 215st crossing.
    how about tinted windows and HID headlights

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    Re: CN police

    Lol. They usually stick to rail way traffic. So are you cruising down the tracks lol







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    Re: CN police

    Who keeps the money?

    I can just see other companies like Shell or CNRL having their own cops.

    CP have their own cops?

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    Re: CN police

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Who keeps the money?

    I can just see other companies like Shell or CNRL having their own cops.

    CP have their own cops?
    Yes CP does. It’s only the railways. They have incredible power. They don’t even require permits for buildings etc, they can do whatever they want.



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    Re: CN police

    Jeez. Only time I remember hearing about the railway police was an old 1940's noir movie where the hobos ridin' the rails were hassled by the railway dicks.

    Well I guess now we know where the guys who are rejected by the RCMP, City Police Departments, Sherriff's office and Bylaws wind up.

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    Re: CN police

    500m is a long ways away from the line. A little over 1/4 mile. So it also include a road that runs along a track.
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