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Grade Crossing Warning Systems (44 companies found)

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  • R.J. Corman Railroad Group

    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
  • Signal-Tech

    US manufacturer of LED blankout signals. Signals can be controlled with an external relay and are engineered for integration with grade crossing and traffic control systems. Single or double-sided cabinets. IP66 rating. Available in 12-24 VDC, or 100-240 VAC. UL/cUL Listed. Customer service and... Read More
  • Railway Equipment Co.

    Railway Equipment Co. manufactures a complete line of Track Switch Heaters, Crossing Gate Arms and Lamps, Battery Chargers, Batteries, and Remote Asset Monitoring & Control Systems. We are focused solely on the railroad industry and no other. Our 35-year track record of solving our customers’... Read More
  • Interrail Signal, Inc.

    For nearly two decades the trifecta of Interrail’s three branches: Engineering, Signal and Power, have been providing the railroad industry with unabridged solutions. The knowledge and experience of our personnel allows us to ensure that our services are superlative and unmatched by any other. Read More
  • CTC, Inc.

    Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, CTC, Inc. provides communication and signaling systems, products and services for both the highway and rail industries. Our firm specializes particularly in highway-rail grade crossings that are interconnected with traffic signals, or preempted signalization.... Read More
  • Pacific Railway Enterprises Inc.

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  • LightGuard Systems Inc.

  • Hovey Industries Inc.

    Signal and signal bungalows; Instrument cases; Piers; Wire way Bridge channel; Buried cable troughing; Custom Enclosures; Sound attenuated enclosures; Electrical and panel assembly including racks and cable trays.
  • ARMS, Inc.

    Automated Railroad Maintenance Systems (ARMS)specializes in Distribution and System Integration of Rugged Power Systems and Electronic Equipment for Communication, Signal and Locomotive systems in the Rail Industry.
  • General Signals Inc.

    Railroad signal lenses, reflectors, gate lights, gate arms, gate-keepers, electronic crossing bells and cross bucks.