OPERATING MODES (HEAVY RAIL)

The Heavy Rail Operating Modes are: * Automatic Train Operation (ATO), a subsystem within Automatic Train Control (ATC), which automatically regulates train speed, performs programmed station stopping and is subordinate to Automatic Train Protection (ATP). * Emergency Manual Operation (EMO), train movement completely controlled by the train operator without speed regulation, monitoring or protection. Maximum train speed is 25 mph. * Manual Train Operation (MTO), train movement controlled by the train operator, including train stopping, door control and with full Automatic Train Protection (ATP). * Restricted Manual Operation (RMO), train movement controlled by the train operator. Maximum speed is 10 mph. * Wash/Couple (W/C), train movement controlled by the train operator. Maximum train speed is 2 mph. * Reverse Jog (R/J), a train movement controlled by the train operator for uncoupling a dependent pair from another dependent pair. Maximum movement in reverse direction is limited to 9 feet.