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General Order

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Version

Description

22

22-B

Reports of accidents on railroads

24

24-C

Supersedes General Order 24-B (effective July 1, 1964). General Order 24-C became effective on August 27, 2012. Revisions to General Order 24 include: 1) the filing of a General Order 24 report on a quarterly instead of a monthly basis for the first year of the Financing Rule. Commencing in the second year, reports will be filed semi-annually (June and December); 2) revisions to the type of information provided in such reports; 3) elimination of requirement that a utility maintain a separate bank account to record money derived from the sale of securities, except where the Commission specifically designates what the proceeds can be used for, or in instances where the loan will be repaid by surcharge; and 4) an updated list of information required in the report, given the manner in which securities transactions are now recorded by utilities as required by other regulatory entities.

26

26-D

Clearances on railroads and street railroads as to side and overhead structures, parallel tracks and crossings

27

27-B

Filing and posting of railroad timetables and changes

28

28

Preservation of records of public utilities and common carriers

31

31

Railroad station bulletin boards and keeping passenger stations open

33

33-B

Construction, reconstruction, maintenance and operation of interlocking plants of railroads

36

36-E

Establishment or abolition of railroad agencies, sidings, spurs and other facilities, and curtailment of agency service

44

44

Refunding of notes

50

50-B

Filing of plans for construction of public utility dams

52

52

Construction and operation of power and communication lines for the prevention or mitigation of inductive interference

58

58-A

Standards of gas service

58

58-B

Standards of calorimetry for gaseous fuels

65

65-A

Filing of monthly financial and operating report

66

66-C

Procedures for obtaining information and records in the possession of the Commission and its employees and Commission policy orders thereon

69

69-C

Easements on property of public utilities

72

72-B

Standard types of pavement construction at railroad grade crossings

75

75-D

Regulations Governing Standards for Warning Devices for At-Grade Highway-Rail Crossings

77

77-M

Filing of data on compensation, dues, donations, subscriptions, contributions and legal fees

80

80-C

Construction and filing of tariffs issued by highway common carriers, petroleum irregular route carriers, freight forwarders and express corporations (except air express companies and air freight forwarders). This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

84

84-H

Handling, and accounting for C.O.D. shipments by express corporations, freight forwarders, highway carriers, passenger stage corporations and household goods carriers. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

85

85-A

Issuance of free or reduced rate transportation and recording of passes. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

87

87

Filing and posting of time tables and changes therein by ferries and vessels

88

88-B
supercedes 88-A

Rules for Altering Public Highway-Rail Crossings

94

94-B

Design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of gas holders and liquid hydrocarbon vessels

95

95

Overhead electric line construction. Revised 1/12/2012 (D1201032)

Check here for historical information.

96

 

   

96-B

Rules for filing and publishing tariffs for gas, electric, telephone, telegraph, water and heat utilities.

100

100-M

Protection against liability required for all highway carriers, freight forwarders, household goods carriers and exempt I.C.C. carriers

101

101-E

Protection against liability required for a-all passenger stage corporations

102

102-H

Bonding requirements in connection with subhauling or leasing of equipment from an employee. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

103

103-A

Water service including minimum standards for design and construction

104

104-A

Filing of annual reports by public utilities

105

105-A

The form and filing of tariffs issued by air transportation companies

106

106

Chemical-type toilet facilities in railroad cabooses

107

107-B

Privacy of telephone communications

108

108

Filing of railroad operating department rules

109

109

Tariff changes under special tariff docket for common carriers, air transportation companies, warehousemen and wharfingers

110

110

Radio communications in railroad operations

111

111-C

Protection against liability required for all vessel common carriers

112

112-E

Design, construction, testing, maintenance and operation of utility gas gathering, transmission and distribution piping systems. D95-08-053 (revises G.O. 112-D to G.O. 112-E)

113

113-B

Petitions for suspension and investigation of tariffs and schedules of common carriers, air transportation companies, warehousemen and wharfingers. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

114

114

Minimum safety, health and comfort requirements for railroad cabooses

115

115-F

Protection against liability required for all charter-party carriers of passengers

117

117-A

Construction and filing of tariffs issued by vessel carriers, pipeline corporations, toll bridge corporations, wharfingers and common carriers other than railroads and other than those governed by General Order No. 79 or No. 80-A

118

118-A

Construction, reconstruction and maintenance of walkways and control, of vegetation adjacent to railroad tracks.

119

119

Construction and filing of passenger tariffs issued by railroads

120

120-C

Protection against liability required for all commercial air operators and passenger air carriers. D84-09-088 (amends G.O. 120C). D84-12-001 (corrects clerical errors of D84-09-088). D85-03-038 (grands limited rehearing of D84-09-088)

121

121-A

Protection against liability required for all for-hire vessel operators

122

122-B

Public inspection of tariff schedules of common carriers. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

123

123-G

Filing of annual reports by permit carriers

124

124-C

Filing of annual reports by household goods carriers

125

125

Construction and filing of freight tariffs and classifications issued by railroads

126

126

Contents of first-aid kits provided by railroads

127

127

Maintenance and operation of automatic train control systems-rapid transit systems

128

128

Construction or' underground electric supply and communication systems. Check here for historical information.

130

130

Leasing of motor vehicles

131

131-D

Planning and construction of facilities for the generation of electricity and certain electric transmission facilities

132

132-A

Filing of rate quotation statements for transportation by common carriers for state, county or municipal governments. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

133

133-C

Rules Governing Telecommunications Services (Service Quality)

 

135

135

The occupancy of public grade crossings by railroads

136

136-C

Rules and regulations for household goods carriers on cargo insurance, and loss and damage of used household goods and related property during course of transportation or storage in transit.

138

138

Connection of customer-provided equipment to telephone company systems

139

139-B

Handling of claims for loss or damage of property filed with express corporations, freight forwarders, highway carriers, household goods carriers and passenger stage corporations

142

142

Transportation and accessorial services (including storage-in-transit) of used household goods as described in MRT 4-B and performed by household goods carriers

143

143-B

Design, construction and operation of light rail transit systems (html format)

144

144-A

Denied boarding compensation for passengers holding confirmed reservations and meeting carriers' check-in requirements

145

145

Railroad crossings to be classified exempt from the mandatory stop requirements of Section 22452 of the Vehicle Code

146

146-A

Rules implementing compensated intercorporate hauling exemption for highway carriers of property

147

147-D

Rules and regulations governing tariff filings by common carriers and contract filings by contract carriers under the transition period of the commission's deregulation program

148

148-A

Rules governing the processing, investigation, and disposition of overcharge or duplicate payment claims by common carriers

152

152-A

Rules Governing Private Line Alarm Service

153

153

Procedure for Administration of the Moore Universal Telephone Service Act. Effective December 1, 2011.

154

154

Rules Governing the Organization and operation of Rate Bureaus and their Common Carrier Member Engaged in Collective Ratemaking. This GO has been preempted in part, or no longer applies to some carriers. Please refer to PUC Resolution TEA-2 and TEA-4 when interpreting it.

155

155-B

Rules Governing Issuance of Documentation and Collection of Charges by Highway Carriers

156

156

Rules Governing the Development of Programs to Increase Participation of Female and Minority Business Enterprises in Procurement of Contracts from Utilities.

157

157-D
supercedes 157-C

Operations of charter-party carriers of passengers

158

158-A

Operations of passenger stage corporations and the construction and filing of tariff and timetables

159

159-A

Construction of cellular radiotelephone facilities in California

160-A

160-A
supercedes GO160

Rules and regulation pertaining to private carriers of passengers, as defined by Public Utilities Code Section 4001, and organizations that provide transportation services incidental to operation of a youth camp which are required to register as private carriers pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 5353(n)(2)(A).

161

161

Transportation of hazardous materials by rail

163

163-A

Regulations for the procurement of professional service firms. D0112010 adopts the revisions of G.O. 163.

164

164-D

Rules and Regulations Governing State Safety Oversight of Rail Fixed Guideway Systems – Amended May 3, 2007. Effective May 3, 2007.

165

165

Inspection cycles for electric distribution facilities. D97-03-070 (adopts G.O. 165). Revised 1/12/2012 (D1201032) Check here for historical information.

166

166

Rulemaking for electric distribution facility standard setting. D98-07-097 (adopts G.O. 166). Revised 1/12/2012 (D1201032)

Utilities should refer to the most recent version of Guidelines for Notification of the CPUC Energy Division of Electric Emergencies for instructions regarding reporting of 6 levels of electric service outage emergencies.

167

167

Enforcement of Maintenance and Operation Standards for Electric Generating Facilities.

168

168

Consumer Bill of Rights Governing Telecommunications Services. Market Rules to Empower Telecommunications Consumers and to Prevent Fraud.

Revised General Order 168, Part 4 - California Telephone Corporation Billing Rules

169

169

Implementing the Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act of 2006 (DIVCA)

171

171

Rules Governing Filings Made Pursuant to the Telecommunications Act of 1996

172

172

Rules And Regulations Governing The Use Of Personal Electronic Devices By Employees Of Rail Transit Agencies And Rail Fixed Guideway Systems

 173

 173

Regarding advice letter approval of certain transfers of interests in utility property pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 851

 174

 174

 Rules for Electric Utility Substations

 

  

Last Modified: 3/6/2014


 
 
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