Belt Railway boots up simulators to bolster remote-control operator training

The Belt Railway mostly uses remote-control operators at its Clearing Yard, a 5.5-mile facility that features more than 250 miles of track and processes more than 8,000 cars daily. Belt Railway Co. of Chicago

The Belt Railway Co. of Chicago recently adopted a technological training tool to help switchmen learn remote-control locomotive operations more quickly and develop skills as a remote-control operator in a shorter amount of time.  


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