Since 2005, municipalities have had the capability of implementing wayside horn systems to mitigate train noise. CTC experts developed the first automated horn system and have remained at the forefront of innovations in wayside horn technology. CTC has helped communities across the country successfully implement wayside horn systems, like the City of Springfield, which implemented the first wayside horn system in the state of Ohio.
CTC employs some of the nation’s leading experts in forensic reconstruction of signal system operations.
CTC signal engineering staff provide expertise in wayside signals, interlockings, PTC and dispatch systems.
Signal construction, estimating, material package procurement and overall project management is a core service that CTC offers.
CTC has been involved with the quiet zone process since the issuance of the Train Horn Rule in 2005. Because of our breadth of knowledge and depth of experience, CTC has helped plan, design and implement quiet zones to mitigate train noise for municipalities, like Fort Worth, Texas, across the country.
CTC specializes in highway-rail grade crossings that are interconnected with traffic signals. We provide preemption expertise and solutions to municipalities, public agencies and railroads across North America, just like this location in Seattle, Wash.