Rule 94. Not called or run in turn.

(a) An engineer subject to the first-in first-out regulations who stands first-out and is not called in turn shall be paid one-half basic day and stand first-out.

(b) Where an engineer in pool or unassigned freight service is not called in his or her turn because of not being rested and available, and another engineer is called, and the engineer so called in lieu of the first-out engineer does not depart from the terminal until more than one hour after the engineer that was not called in his or her turn is rested and available, the engineer not called will be paid a runaround of one-half basic day and stand first-out.

(c) Engineers assigned to the extra board who are called in their turn for pool or unassigned freight service in the same direction who do not depart from their terminal in the order called, will be allowed a runaround of one-half basic day.

Engineers assigned to the extra board who are called in their turn for pool or unassigned freight service in different directions, will not be considered runaround unless the crew first on duty departs one hour or more later than the crew next on duty, in which event the extra engineer first out will be allowed a runaround of one-half basic day.

Engineers assigned to the extra board who are called in their turn for other than pool or unassigned freight service will not be considered runaround if they are run on the trains called for.

NOTE: The payment of terminal runarounds are subject to their inclusion in Trip Rates per 2003 National Agreement – Article V.

CLAIM 65 MILES PER RULE 94 (B) ACCOUNT ENGINEER {Name} WAS CALLED AROUND ME FOR THE {Train Symbol} ON DUTY AT {Time}. I WAS NOT RESTED UNTIL {Time}. ENGINEER {Name} DID NOT DEPART UNTIL {Time} WHICH IS MORE THAN 1(ONE) HOUR AFTER I WAS RESTED AND AVAILABLE FOR CALL. PLEASE PAY 65 MILES PER AGREEMENT.