No. The Road comes into the rail. The Question is, do trains have to stop at the red light, or do the autos have to be FRA certified to use that lane ?
Yes, you are correct.
Notice the red octagon
stop sign for the train!
I would think the engineer could see the traffic signal and continue without stopping because the system will detect the train and change the signal to red
I have not looked from the opposite direction to see if there is a train signal indicating thathe traffic signals have cycled to red.
Buthengineer would be able to see when traffic has stopped.
I have a lunar signal head which was mounted athe top of the main mast of a cantilever grade crossing signal. It was aimedown the track. The crossing was at such an angle thathe windows in the crossing signalamps could not be seen by the train crew.
I pressume thathe lunar signal was connected to one of the (o)T(o)