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Utah Transit Authority tightens rail safety

Posted on November 17, 2011

SALT LAKE CITY — With several dangerous incidents involving its light and commuter rail systems, the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) will launch a multimedia "Operation Lifesaver: Train for Safety" advertising campaign aimed at getting people to be more aware around train platforms and crossings, according to the Desert News.

The campaign will include banners and signs inside and outside of train cars reminding people to keep their "heads up - don't text around trains;" "listen up - remove headphones around trains;" "stand back - stay behind the yellow line at stations;" and "look twice - another train could be coming from the other direction." For the full story, click here.

 

 

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