How ‘Positive Train Control’ Works & How It Could Make Rail Travel Safer

Last week’s Amtrak crash outside Philadelphia that killed 8 people has re-ignited the call for a nationwide network of “positive train control” systems. Voices have been clamoring about whether or not this train-stopping and slowing tech is worth the estimated $10 billion price tag it carries for commercial freight tracks.

from Forbes – Business http://ift.tt/1BcD3dd
via Abogado Aly Business Consulting

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