C-R Rail

5.2.1 Purpose

The C-R zone addresses rail lines and yards, including vacated rights-of-way, intended to be reserved as permanent transportation corridors.

5.2.2 General

All development in the C-R zone must comply with the standards of this section, as well as any applicable standards in other sections, including the following:

| Principal | Section 6.1 | | Uses Accessory | Section 6.2 | | Uses Temporary | Section 6.3 | | Uses Landscape | Section 7.1 | | Fences and Walls | Section 7.2 | | Stormwater | Section 7.3 | | Outdoor Lighting | Section 7.4 | | Corner Visibility | Section 7.5 | | Site Impacts | Section 7.6 | | Pedestrian Access | Section 8.1 | | Bicycle Access and Parking | Section 8.2 | | Vehicle Access and Parking | Section 8.3 | | Transportation Demand Management | Section 8.4 | | On-Premise Signs | Section 9.2 | | Blocks | Section 10.1 | | Rights-of-Way | Section 10.2 | | Nonconformities | Section 12.1 |

5.2.3 Specific Standards

  1. All structures are limited to a maximum height of 50 feet, unless such limitation would prevent or unreasonably interfere with the transportation purposes of the railroad.
  2. When no longer in use by the railroad operator, bridges, trestles, culverts, tunnels, or other structures that may have considerable value for, and may potentially facilitate, the development of recreational trails, such structures should be preserved and maintained for this purpose.