TTCI: Rail turnout test may cut costs, enhance safety

05/14/2013 | International Railway Journal (U.K.)

An experiment along a BNSF line in Texas on a "new continuous rail turnout concept" developed by the Transportation Technology Center Inc., BNSF and Progress Rail shows it could cut expenses on maintenance work and improve safety, write TTCI senior scientist David Davis and TTCI senior engineer Rafael Jimenez. This article provides a detailed analysis of the research and development on the turnout project.

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