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  • ASCE
    ANSI/ASCE/T&DI Standard 21.4 Automated People Mover Standards
    Edition: 2008
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Content Description

ANSI/ASCE/T&DI 21.4-08 is Part 4 of the four-part Automated People Mover (APM) Standards, which establishes the minimum set of requirements necessary to achieve an acceptable level of safety and performance for an APM system.  This Standard covers the minimum set of requirements for maintaining automated people mover systems.  Part 4 specifically provides information on Security, Emergency Preparedness, System Verification and Demonstration, Operations, Maintenance and Training, and Operational Monitoring.  It also includes three informative annexes which offer to the user a series of options or instructions, but do not prescribe a specific course of action.  These annexes are not a mandatory part of the Standard, and significant judgment is left to the user.


This Standard will be valuable to transportation engineers, safety engineers, and contractors of APM systems.  It will also be beneficial to anyone who owns, operates, maintains, designs, tests, insures, oversees, or certifies APMs or other innovative technology transit systems.

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