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Private Dinner and Demo at RSSI 2021

PTC 2.0: Rail Safety for Maintenance-of-Way (MOW) Workers and Vehicles By now, almost everyone in the rail industry is familiar with the four objectives that Positive Train Control (PTC) was designed to address. In particular, new standards and technologies were developed to prevent train-to-train collisions and...

Communication Redundancy for the ACSES PTC System

Operational Risks for the Northeast Corridor Rail Line Positive Train Control (PTC) is a communication-based train control system designed to prevent train accidents by automatically controlling train speeds and movements if the train operator fails to take the appropriate action. There are two main...

PTC 2.0: Taking railroad safety beyond the original PTC

What is next in railroad safety? As of December 29th, 2020, PTC (Positive Train Control) is operational on all required freight and passenger railroad route miles. The 41 railroads subject to the statutory mandate have worked for more than a decade to achieve this...

Running the last mile of the PTC implementation

The U.S. operations of the Class I railroads are closer to reaching full compliance with the federal mandate to implement positive train control (PTC) by the end of December 2020, according to data from the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). The data shows that Class I railroads...
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