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Synonyms for grade crossing

intersection of a railway and a road on the same level

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During the operation, local, state, federal and railroad law enforcement officials will be stationed at each states high incident grade crossings based on preliminary data from the Federal Railroad Administration.
The report noted that although the number of accidents and fatalities at grade crossings has decreased over the last 10 years, that trend reversed and the number increased from 2003 to 2004.
But the more pressing task is to increase safety margins by eliminating grade crossings and sections of track perhaps more prone to costly derailments.
Several of the Congressmen presenting testimony are from Northeastern Illinois, a part of the country with a very high density of highway-rail grade crossings.
So why can't the trucks keep off the grade crossings when the train is coming?
It tried using many different types of materials; roughly half of its grade crossings are constructed of concrete, while the others use various materials including asphalt, wood, and rubber.
the leading supplier of grade crossing systems to the United States rail industry and CMI-Promex, a full-service provider of railroad products today announced that it had expanded its product portfolio to include the OMNI Products rail crossing systems in the Northeastern US.
The goal of RSW is to raise awareness of the need for rail safety education and empower Michigan residents to keep themselves safe near highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights of way," said Tim Hoeffner, MDOT Office of Rail director.
Those of us who drive where the busway is are finding ways to avoid the danger of the grade crossings.
has agreed to pay the state $1 million to resolve claims that the railroad endangered the public at grade crossings in that state.
The system, which has been funded partially through a grant from FHWA, may be less expensive to install than electronic signals and gates (which can cost up to $100,000) on all unguarded rural grade crossings.
Last week, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) released a list of newly added dates for public field hearings regarding the proposed rule to require the use of locomotive horns at all public highway-rail grade crossings.
Again, three different full-depth rubber grade crossings installed quickly.
We have learned over time that one of the best ways to address grade crossing safety is to reduce the number of at-grade crossings.
That is why I will reintroduce legislation this year to finally bring grade crossings into the 21st century through better education, enforcement and engineering.