FAMES Committee reminds railroads to protect MOW workers

MOW workers replace worn ties on a BNSF line at a grade crossing in Emporia, Kansas. Shutterstock/Mark Reinstein

The Fatality Analysis Maintenance-of-Way Employees and Signalmen Committee recently issued a report analyzing 62 fatal rail roadway worker accidents that occurred since the FRA's Roadway Worker Protection regulation was implemented in 1997.  


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