Railways to install warning system to stop high-speed trains in 20 secs

By , TNN

BAREILLY: With the introduction of high speed trains on the cards, Indian Railways has decided to acquire the sophisticated “early warning system” to alert both the driver and staff at the nearest railway station about an impending danger of an accident.

This way the railways hopes to do way with human error as cause of an accident.

The warning system would be imported from England and comprise state of art facilities and technique to trigger an early warning alarm in case there is any apprehension of an accident on the tracks on which a high speed train is moving, say railway officials. More info

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