UPX bells quieter

InsideToronto reports that the UP Express now has quieter bells.

The provincial transit planning agency relocated the ringing bells, described by residents as a constant dinging, to the middle of all UP trains, approximately 17 in total, and partially concealed them in sound-proof material. They also clarified to train operators when the bells should be triggered.

The bells have caused anger for years, but it is not clear to your correspondent why, apart from legislation, the UPX even has them; as far as I know, there are no level crossings nor easy way to get to the tracks.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

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