Twenty-Five mile Zone - At Grand Junction Sample Clauses

Twenty-Five mile Zone - At Grand Junction. Pueblo, Xxxxxx Springs, Denver, Cheyenne and Dalhart, pool crews may receive their train up to twenty-five miles on the far side of the terminal and run on through to the scheduled terminal. Crews shall be paid an additional one-half (1/2) basic day for this service in addition to the miles run between the two terminals. If the time spent in this zone is greater than four (4) hours then they shall be paid on a minute basis.
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