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Are Minnesotans Aware of the Dangers of Railroad Crossings?
Linda Dolan. Identifies the perceptions of Minnesotans regarding the dangers of railroad crossings. This study used focus groups & a 500-person telephone survey to determine this information. Results indicated that most Minnesotans do not perceive railroad crossings as dangerous because they rely on the flashing red warning lights at the railroad crossings to inform them of an approaching train. At the same time, they view railroad crossing crashes as a serious safety issue. Installing street lights at dark crossing & installing a flashing light next to the railroad crossing stop sign & the railroads advance warning sign would help reduce railroad crossing problem.
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