Fifth Grade Crossings Safety Meeting Moved to July 26

The Federal Railroad Administration has moved its fifth meeting on the safety of private highway-rail grade crossings from April 26 to July 26. The event will still take place in Syracuse, N.Y., FRA said Friday.

At the meeting, FRA will take oral comments from private crossing owners, railroads, and other interested parties on these safety issues and whether a more uniform approach to improving safety at private crossings is advisable.

The July 26 meeting will be held at the Renaissance Syracuse Hotel, 701 East Genesee St., beginning at 9:30 a.m. To participate, send your name, organizational affiliation, and contact information to Michelle Silva, FRA Docket Clerk, 1120 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20590 (phone 202-493-6030).

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