Columbia Looks To Quiet Trains

The Columbia City Council is forming a committee to work on making the city a "quiet zone" for train horns. 

Around 20 to 30 trains roll through the city each day and are currently required to blow their horns at every street crossing. 

To become a "quiet zone," there will need to be millions of dollars worth of enhancements made to railroad crossings. 

The eleven-person committee will review budgets, funding and potential private and public donors.


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