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  • Quite a Day for Indianapolis Metro Area Train/Car Collisions
    Quite a Day for Indianapolis Metro Area Train/Car Collisions

    Monday served as a perfect and alarming example of why Indiana safety regulators are constantly concerned about train movements and safety on tracks across the state. A Greenwood police official ...

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  • Train Safety Focus, Implementation Always Relevant in Indiana
    Train Safety Focus, Implementation Always Relevant in Indiana

    Many people in a state commonly called the Crossroads of America pay attention to safety-linked discussions concerning passenger transportation. Indiana is a national hub for all manner of traffic ...

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  • Sleep Apnea Testing
    Sleep Apnea Testing

    On Feb 6th, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded that the 2016 and 2017 train crashes in Hoboken, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York occurred because the train engineers fell asleep. The ...

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  • Not Always Top of Mind These Days, but Still a Danger: Train Collisions
    Not Always Top of Mind These Days, but Still a Danger: Train Collisions

    Many people likely don't think about getting involved in a train collision as often as say, an accident with a truck or another motor vehicle. While these collisions may not occur as often, they are ...

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  • Indiana Ranks 4th in the Nation for Having the Highest Number of Railroad Grade Crossing Incidents
    Indiana Ranks 4th in the Nation for Having the Highest Number of Railroad Grade Crossing Incidents

    In an effort to remind motorists to drive with extra caution when near railroad tracks, a safety blitz was conducted in Lake County at a high traffic railroad crossing by the Indiana State Police ...

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  • Rail vs Trail - What's Your Vote?
    Rail vs Trail - What's Your Vote?

    If you had millions of dollars to invest, which would you choose-revamping a rail line in the northern suburbs of Indianapolis, or would you put your dollars towards a new paved trail for pedestrians ...

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