Railroad crossings present a significant risk of collisions between trains and road vehicles, and pedestrians as well. Critical timing is the key when there is an accident. In the past, railroad crossings would have a flagman in a nearby booth who would, at the approach of a train, wave a red flag or lantern, or use a phone or 2-way radio to stop all traffic and clear the tracks. But there is better technology today.
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