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Can law in Kansas cut down on delays at train crossings?

Can law in Kansas cut down on delays at train crossings?

KWCH.com
Updated: Tue 10:44 PM, Jul 02, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (KWCH) A new law set to crack down on trains blocking Oklahoma roads is in now in effect.

The new statute helps Oklahoma Corporation Commission Transportation Division regulate trains that block Oklahoma road crossings for more than ten (10) minutes.

Local law enforcement can now locate the railroad in order to serve a citation for up to $1,000 that would be enforced by the Corporation Commission.

The OCC monitors the operations of twenty-four Oklahoma railroads for compliance with state railroad crossing safety regulations for more than 4,100 public, at-grade crossings in the state... FULL ARTICLE

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