Signals and Signs (NSG)

Signals and Signs (NSG) Rules describe the types of signals and signs used in the Sydney Trains Network and prescribe how Drivers and Track Vehicle Operators must respond to them.

Signals and Signs (NSG) status page can be found here.

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pdfNSG units combined
  • Description: This document is a combined file of current NSG Units. NSG 600 to NSG 616.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 1.1
  • Description: This document describes the types of running signals.
  • Effective Date: Sat 29 Apr 2017
  • Version: 5.0
  • Description: This document describes the types of shunting signals.
  • Effective Date: Sat 29 Apr 2017
  • Version: 5.0
  • Description: This document describes the types of indicators and signs.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 9.1
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for responding to signal indications and signs.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 5.1
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for passing signals at STOP.
  • Effective Date: Sat 29 Apr 2017
  • Version: 5.0
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for for passing main line indicators and mechanical points indicators.
  • Effective Date: Sat 29 Apr 2017
  • Version: 4.0
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for dealing with an overrun of limit of authority.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 4.1
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for using blocking facilities.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 3.1
  • Description: This document describes the requirements for precautions during signal testing.
  • Effective Date: Sun 30 Sep 2018
  • Version: 4.0

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