Paint the trains yellow, have a fire extinguisher on every train, ensure high-visibility clothing for employees and provide 4-hour weekly maintenance blocks on all main lines, these are some of the suggestions a World Bank report has made to the railways to ensure safety. The report, titled ‘Strengthening Safety on Indian Railways’ was submitted to the railways earlier this week.
The report, also accessed by the PTI, suggests that as an immediate goal, the railways should install “ditch lights”– safety feature in the front of the train to make them more visible– on trains and paint them bright yellow to improve visibility, especially during twilight hours. Read More…
Credit By : The Financial Express
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