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BNSF World to Modernized Railroad Mapping

Matt Ball on January 6, 2013 - in Transportation

Employees of a Topeka company will be working for the next year to convert 32,000 miles of railroad maps from outdated paper documents into a modern online computer system.

Topeka’s Bartlett & West will use 100 temporary employees to convert the maps of BNSF Railway Co. track and the railroad’s land possessions into a geographic information system.

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