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DCTA A-train to sound horns in three Lewisville Quiet Zones

Post Date:April 22, 2020
Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) will sound A-train horns in three Lewisville crossings while the City and DCTA work to reestablish Quiet Zones. This process began on Monday, April 20. The affected crossings are:
  • Andes Metal (200 Block of South Railroad Street)
  • E. Main Street (600 Block of East Main Street)
  • N. Mill Street (1500 Block of North Mill Street)
These crossings will go back to Quiet Zones once all repairs and deficiencies are satisfied and approved by the Federal Railroad Administration.
A quiet zone is a section of a rail line, at least one-half mile in length, that contains one or more consecutive public crossings at which locomotive horns are not routinely sounded when trains are approaching the crossings.

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