A debut national public safety campaign has set its aim for decreasing the number of highway-railroad crossing fatalities across the United States. “See Tracks? Think Train!” will be coming to various cities and towns across the nation to highlight the risks taken by drivers and pedestrians near dangerous railroad tracks. According to the Federal Railroad Administration, Alabama is ranked one of the top 15 states for overall railway casualties. In January, Tuscaloosa had three deaths due to car/train collisions. Also, a Montgomery man was killed this month in his car on a highway-railroad crossing when a train came by. In ... Read More
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