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Focus (Railroad Safety) #605042

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 19, 1995
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(Studio: Giselle Fernandez) Report introduced.

(New York: Rick Davis) High-tech advances in railroad safety examined; scenes shown of Amtrak operations and from January 1987 and December 1991 accidents. [Amtrak Keith HOLT, engineer John PATTON - talk about automatic braking systems.] Research into the use of on board computers to increase safety explained and two railroad pilot projects outlined. [Federal Railroad Administration Jolene MOLITORIS, Union Switch and Signal Dr. Ted GIRAS, American Association of Railroads Charles DETTMAN - note what technology can do.]

Davis, Rick;
Fernandez, Giselle

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