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ASCE 21.4-08

Automated People Mover Standards—Part 4: Security Emergency Preparedness System Verification and Demonstration Operations, Maintenance, and Training Operational Monitoring

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Organization: ASCE
Publication Date: 1 January 2008
Status: active
Page Count: 36
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This standard has been divided into four parts to expedite the approval and release process as well as to facilitate ease of use. This document constitutes Part 4 of the standard.

Parts 1, 2, and 3 cover a minimum set of requirements for design of an Automated People Mover (APM) with an acceptable level of safety and performance.

Part 1 consists of:

1. General

2. Operating Environment

3. Safety Requirements

4. System Dependability

5. Automatic Train Control (ATC)

6. Audio and Visual Communications

Part 2 consists of:

1. General

7. Vehicles

8. Propulsion and Braking

Part 3 consists of:

1. General

9. Electrical

10. Stations

11. Guideways

Part 4 is a minimum set of requirements for maintaining an acceptable level of safety and performance for an APM in passenger operation.

Part 4 consists of:

1. General

12. Security

13. Emergency Preparedness

14. System Verification and Demonstration

15. Operations, Maintenance, and Training

16. Operational Monitoring

The APM Standards all use SI units with equivalent English units provided in parentheses.

Document History

ASCE 21.4-08
January 1, 2008
Automated People Mover Standards—Part 4: Security Emergency Preparedness System Verification and Demonstration Operations, Maintenance, and Training Operational Monitoring
This standard has been divided into four parts to expedite the approval and release process as well as to facilitate ease of use. This document constitutes Part 4 of the standard. Parts 1, 2, and 3...

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