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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Covington Railroad Crossing “Quiet Zone” May Be Reinstated
Posted: 3-Oct-2005 1:29PM CDT
Topics: [Kenton County]

The city of Covington has asked the Federal Railroad Administration to reinstate a quiet zone at seven railroad crossings in the heart of the city. If approved, some improvements may have to be made to improve safety at the crossings.

More information: Cincinnati Enquirer: Trains may get quieter; Latonia complaints lead to action by Covington (Oct. 3, 2005) [Outside Link]

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