New York Railroad Law
Sec. § 83-B
Trespass Upon Railroad Premises


1.

Any city with a population of one million or more and the counties of Monroe, Nassau, and Suffolk are authorized and empowered to adopt or amend a local law or ordinance designating any portion or portions of property consisting of a right-of-way or yard of a railroad or rapid transit railroad as a no-trespass railroad zone and providing for the conspicuous posting thereof for purposes of establishing criminal liability for trespass upon such property pursuant to subdivision (g) of section 140.10 of the penal law.

2.

The provisions of sections eighty-three and eighty-three-a of this article shall not be construed to prohibit or limit the prosecution of any person for a violation of the provisions of subdivision (g) of section 140.10 of the penal law.
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