Wash. city council permits railroad-crossing quiet zones

05/21/2013 | Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.), The

The Vancouver, Wash., City Council has unanimously decided to create a local improvement district and allow more than 400 homeowners to pay for safety upgrades that will establish quiet zones along a railroad crossing. The project, estimated to cost $818,000, will bring the crossing into compliance with Federal Railway Administration guidelines on quiet zones.

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