For employees in train and engine service and passenger service, benefits are not payable for:
Standby and Layover––Days on which you are standing by for or laying over between regular assigned trips. For example, if an engineer has a regular assignment that runs every third day, the days between the regular runs do not count as days of unemployment.
Work Restrictions - Any day on which you do not work because of a mileage limitation or other similar work restriction. For example, a brakeman does not work in January after the 20th day of the month because he has worked the maximum mileage for the month. In his case, the days January 21 through January 31 do not count as days of unemployment.
Pool Service - Any day on which you do not work because you miss a turn in pool service.
Full-Time Work - Any day in a registration period in which you have the equivalent of full-time work.
If you work in train and engine service or passenger service, you must report on your unemployment claim the number of miles or hours credit earned in each claim period. You must also report days on which you did not work because of a layover or standby rule, mileage restriction, or because you missed a turn in pool service.