How fighting fatigue could make Ontario railways safer

(Source: www.tvo.org, February 12, 2020)

TORONTO — On a map, railway lines trisect Pickering: arteries of commerce and trade spanning the length of Lake Ontario’s northern shore. One of those lines, owned by Canadian National Railway, cuts the city in half along Highway 401, running past Pickering’s downtown core. Somewhere along those tracks, in the fall of 2018, an overworked CN conductor stopped his train and refused to move until federal rail regulators cleared him to do so.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020
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