Quiet Zone

No more trains sounding their horns in downtown Oklahoma City. A 'quiet zone' approved by the Federal Railway Administration takes effect Feb. 28, but officials say it could take up to 48 hours before automated systems are fully updated. The quiet zone runs for about three miles between SE 23rd Street and NE 16th Street. Within that zone, all railroad intersections have been rebuilt to include additional safety and traffic control elements.


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