This week’s deadly car and Metro North train accident in New York shined a light on the danger drivers, passengers and railroad workers face at crossings.
Dirty cars and poor communication are some of commuters’ biggest complaints about the railroad, and they’ve got ample evidence to prove their case.
But what conductors and cleaners and crews know is, the problems started long before they got on the job and without some changes at the top, aren’t likely to go away. And in the meantime it’s the conductors and the commuters, both power less, who are squared off.
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