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  • Railroad quiet zones: A hidden danger?

    Quiet zones are enormously popular in North Texas and across the U.S. because they allow trains to pass through cities without blaring their horns. But is there a hidden risk?

Quiet zones are enormously popular in North Texas and across the U.S. because they allow trains to pass through cities without blaring their horns. But is there a hidden risk? Gordon Dickson gdickson@star-telegram.com
Quiet zones are enormously popular in North Texas and across the U.S. because they allow trains to pass through cities without blaring their horns. But is there a hidden risk? Gordon Dickson gdickson@star-telegram.com

Quiet zones at railroad crossings are popular. But are they safe?

June 22, 2017 12:38 PM