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Locomotive Image and Audio Recording Devices for Passenger Trains Regulation | America's FAST Act

Section 11411 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), otherwise known as the Locomotive Image and Audio Recording Devices for Passenger Trains regulation, is quickly approaching US-based passenger and commuter railroads. Once a final rule is called, railroads operating in the United States will have four years to comply with the outlined regulation. Is your team ready? Let Wi-Tronix handle this great undertaking so your railroad can continue getting passengers from point A to point B safely and on time.

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Get informed: what all does FAST Act Section 11411 regulation mean for your railroad?

The Locomotive Image and Audio Recording Devices for Passenger Trains regulation has been through quite a few news cycles without a final ruling, so it’s understandably a bit unclear. To help show where it currently stands, our team has put together a 4-minute podcast that discusses who the regulation will affect, parameters and use cases surrounding the regulation, and more.

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A powerful, cloud-based ecosystem provides total visibility into your rail network

FAST Act’s Section 11411/Locomotive Image and Audio Recording Devices for Passenger Trains regulation was written with safety being the highest priority for both passengers and your rail network. With the images and datapoints captured on all moving lead locomotives and stored in the Wi-Tronix portal, your team can access information anytime, anywhere, and from any device, which provides countless new opportunities for passenger safety, incident investigation, and more.

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