Even with today’s advances in technology, severe winter weather continues to exert huge pressure on derailment prevention. Winter months see operations costs explode as railways fight snow and ice buildup, cold temperatures, significant delays, breakdown of equipment and increased manhours. But by far the worst, and most expensive, cost of winter weather are accidents, with the accompanying losses in injuries, …
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Train derailments can interrupt regularly scheduled rail service and cause profit losses across the board; fortunately, vigilant maintenance can prevent these incidents.
Before snow and sleet fall from the skies, New York’s MTA takes the necessary measures to keep its fleet of rail cars running smoothly.
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