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Question: Illinois state law states that “the railroad crossing stop must always be made in the outside through lane of traffic.”

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Illinois state law states that "the railroad crossing stop must always be made in the outside through lane of traffic". This is correct.


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Illinois state law states that "the railroad crossing stop must always be made in the outside through lane of traffic".

Never stop in the “passing lane” or a turn lane, unless you intend to turn with that lane.

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