A. A motor vehicle operator or pedestrian who is involved in an accident on MTA property resulting in injury to any person or damage to any property, shall, if physically able, do the following:
(1) Stop the motor vehicle at the scene of the accident or as close as possible to it without obstructing traffic more than necessary;
(2) Notify an MTA law enforcement officer;
(3) Return to and remain at the scene of the accident until after giving a full report of same to that law enforcement officer, if requested;
(4) Upon request, and if physically able, exhibit to that law enforcement officer any permit, license, registration, or other document relevant to this accident or the persons or property involved.
B. A motor vehicle operator or pedestrian who is involved in an accident on MTA property as defined in §A of this regulation, and the owner of the motor vehicle if other than the operator, shall, if physically able, make a full written report of this accident to the MTA law enforcement officer within 24 hours after the accident, and shall include, if known, the names and addresses of the persons involved, the description of the property and vehicles involved, the registration and license number of the vehicles involved, and any other information relevant to the accident.