§ 14‑280.1. Trespassing on railroad right‑of‑way.
(a) Offense. – A person commits the offense of trespassing on railroad right‑of‑way if the person enters and remains on the railroad right‑of‑way without the consent of the railroad company or the person operating the railroad or without authority granted pursuant to State or federal law.
(b) Crossings. – Nothing in this section shall apply to a person crossing the railroad right‑of‑way at a public or private crossing.
(c) Legally Abandoned Rights‑of‑Way. – This section shall not apply to any right‑of‑way that has been legally abandoned pursuant to an order of a federal or State agency having jurisdiction over the right‑of‑way and is not being used for railroad services.
(d) Classification. – Trespassing on railroad right‑of‑way is a Class 3 misdemeanor. (2000‑146, s. 10.)