UP/Oklahoma Partnership Targets Grade Crossings
Posted September 22, 2014 1:15 p.m. CDT
From left: Union Pacific's Brenda Mainwaring, vice president of Public Affairs, addresses the crowd as Oklahoma's Governor Mary Fallin listens.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin recently announced a $100 million crossing upgrade project to ensure the safety of travelers statewide. The state's investment could add or update railroad crossings at more than 300 locations, with half of those locations being Union Pacific crossings.
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