Public Review of Draft Documents
APTA invites all stakeholders to review and comment on draft documents in development. The APTA Standards Development Program publishes documents through a consensus-based process and the public review period is a critical part of the development process.
Current comment period: September 1 through September 30, 2020
View the latest set of documents in development by APTA’s working groups. Reviewers may submit comments as often as they like during the review period. Start your review today!
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- Select the name of the document to review more details, download or provide a comment
- Select Document Actions to “Add a Comment”
- Comments are accepted from APTA members or nonmembers
- Reviewers should contact Standards@apta.com if you experience any problems with providing your inputs
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|Security Risk Assessment Methodology for Public Transit||Security & Emergency Mgmt.||Infrastructure & Systems Security||This standard proposes a methodology for determining security risk in public transportation systems.|
|Electronic Brake Control Valve Equipment Qualification—Testing Requirements||Commuter, Intercity and High-Speed Rail Standards (PRESS)||Mechanical||This standard contains the minimum testing requirements for brake control valve (26C emulation) and electronically controlled pneumatic (ECP) brake systems operating on passenger cars that are part of the general railroad system.|
|ECP Passenger Cable-Based Braking System—ECP-Ready Configurations||Commuter, Intercity and High-Speed Rail Standards (PRESS||Mechanical||This document defines the requirements for the procurement of passenger rail cars, cab cars, and locomotives that can be equipped with passenger electronically controlled pneumatic (ECP) brake equipment as used in the general railroad system.|
|Pneumatic Piping for Vehicles||Commuter, Intercity and High-Speed Rail Standards (PRESS||Mechanical||This document establishes a standard for designing and arranging air brake and auxiliary pneumatic piping on passenger vehicles.|