Video: Michigan DOT Oversees Railroad Crossing Replacement Project
Starting the night of August 14 through August 15, crews from Amtrak and CSX Transportation rebuilt four railroad diamond crossings at Wayne Junction near Wayne, Michigan. Jointly owned by the Michigan Department of Transportation and CSX, this important crossing is utilized by Amtrak trains travelling between Chicago, Detroit, and Pontiac, as well as by CSX and Norfolk Southern freight trains. Project costs were covered 75 percent by CSX and 25 percent by MDOT.
About Todd Danielson
Todd Danielson has been in trade technology media for more than 20 years, now the editorial director for V1 Media and all of its publications: Informed Infrastructure, Earth Imaging Journal, Sensors & Systems, Asian Surveying & Mapping, and the video news portal GeoSpatial Stream.