Maintenance Section

Maintenance Section

 

(railroad), an administrative unit that is part of a road department and is under the jurisdiction of the appropriate road department (road maintenance, signaling and communications, freight, and others). In railroad transportation there are divisions for road maintenance, signaling and communications, loading-unloading, and contact grid (included in the power sector). The sections monitor the condition of technical equipment and carry out work appropriate to their functions (road repair, freight loading, and so on).

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