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Product Spotlight
  • Available from Frauscher Sensor Technology USA, Inc.

    Many years of worldwide experience have enabled Frauscher to develop wheel sensors that are characterised by maximum availability. Even when subjected to extreme temperatures, vibrations and electromagnetic interference, Frauscher wheel sensors generate reliable data for both vital and non-vital... Read More
  • Available from R.J. Corman Railroad Group

    Talk to us today about the signaling maintenance services we can provide. We are one of the few full service signal companies that talks the talk and walks the walk. Every employee in the company is e-RAILSAFE and Roadway Worker Training certified. Maybe that sounds extreme for a signal company,... Read More
  • Available from Signal-Tech

    Use the Signal-Tech MUTCD W10-7 LED safety sign (Light Rail Approaching Activated Blank Out)to alert the public to approaching commuter train traffic. Locate LED activated blank out (ABO) signs at transit stations, in mid-block crossings situations or in areas with limited visibility to alert... Read More
Top Companies
  • The Okonite Company was founded in 1878 making it one of the original insulators of electrical wire and cable in the United States. Earliest customers included Samuel F.B. Morse for his telegraph network and Thomas A. Edison for the Pearl Street Generating Station, the nation's first, built in... Read More
  • Founded in 1973, R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC serves all seven major North American railroads, as well as many regional and shortline railroads. Although R. J. Corman is still headquartered in Founder Rick Corman’s hometown of Nicholasville, Kentucky, the company operations span the... Read More
  • The North American railroad industry is unlike any other in the world. It faces its own unique challenges and, therefore, requires its own unique solutions. Frauscher Sensor Technology, a global pioneer in train detection, has established a North American subsidiary specifically to help the... Read More