WASHINGTON – Spurred by a deadly train crash in Los Angeles, Congress in 2008 passed with great fanfare legislation requiring the nation’s railroads to install a sophisticated collision-avoidance system by the end of 2015.
Five years later, an industry move to extend the deadline to 2020 is picking up steam on Capitol Hill.
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