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NOOGAtoday: New Train Warning Systems With Data For Drivers

A traffic alert sign.
City of Chattanooga
A traffic alert sign.

The City of Chattanooga recently announced the installation of four train warning systems in the Hixson and Tyner communities to provide real-time crossing data for drivers.

Kristen Templeton is senior city editor for NOOGAtoday.

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