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I think the camera will remove culpability of the railroad in lawsuits where the camera shows an errant driver disobeying the bells, whistles, lights, and gate. Food for thought.
That woman who was responsible for killing 4 innocent men in Valhalla chose to ignore the gate -- and now her family is wrongfully suing Metro North.
I'm not sure that this will stop people from waiting on the tracks as in recent accidents. If you are not aware of an oncoming train, crossing barriers, lights, etc., why would you notice a camera? So it wouldn't work as a deterrent. Is the expense worth it to ticket the low number of people who would violate the crossing rules?
ALL the big boy railroads and their state/Federal handmaidens will fight this because they HIDE the gates are junk and fail with a wind change. The national panic if the truth was known would put all of these phonies behind bars for negligient homicide---100s of counts.
The ONLY way and absulutely ONLY way is if the railroad killers control the evidence to lose or dub after if need be.
Really there should be monitored cameras all along the tracks to make up for the trains going too fast with sucky brakes and no steering.
If you can find the ex-CSX head of signals/whistle blower he can demonstrate how the gates fail.
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