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Question 1: Conflicting routes must be controlled by ________ signals to prevent collisions.
Track circuitSolid State InterlockingInterlockingCentralized traffic control

Question 2: Level junctions, particularly those of fine angles or near right angles, create ________ risks and impose speed restrictions.
Signal passed at dangerTrain wreckTram accidentDerailment

Question 3: The ________ in Boston has two of these underground on the Green Line, one where the E Line departs the central subway just west of Copley Station, and another where the C Line and D Line split west of Kenmore Station.
Red Line (MBTA)MBTA Commuter RailOrange Line (MBTA)Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

Question 4: The ________ system mostly uses flying junctions, but in a few older parts of the system, flat crossings can still cause delays.
Second Avenue SubwayNew York City Subway chainingNew York City SubwayNew York City Subway rolling stock

Question 5: Diamond crossings between meter and broad gauge tracks are formed in ________ and Ratlam in India.
DelhiMumbaiIndoreHyderabad, India

Question 6: Flat crossings are particularly common in the ________ where the lines of one company cross the lines of another company, and there is no particular need for the lines to be connected for through traffic.
PhilippinesCanadaUnited StatesAlaska

Question 7: In the United Kingdom, a notable example is Newark flat crossing [1] where the ________ and Lincoln to Nottingham line cross (both double track).
Midland Main LineHertford Loop LineWest Coast Main LineEast Coast Main Line

Question 8: Level junctions are often found on tram or ________ networks where lines cross or split.
TramHeritage streetcarLight railTrolleybus







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