Leaders in Railroad Signaling Systems and Grade Crossing Safety
CTC, Inc., has lead the industry in railroad signaling systems and grade crossing safety for ten years. We deliver vital safety services and products to clients across the United States and Canada, including Class I railroads, short line and regional railroads, commuter rail lines, and public road and transit agencies.
The company was founded in 2007 under the name Campbell Technology Corporation by Richard M. Campbell, a nationally renowned grade crossing safety and preemption specialist. From 2007 to late 2012, the firm focused on highway-rail grade crossings interconnected with traffic signal systems, also know as preempted grade crossings, quiet zone assessment, design and implementation, and designing patented signal products for grade crossings.
Rapid growth and expansion followed, and in 2012 the company rebranded, adopting its current name, CTC, Inc., (CTC) and expanding its service offerings to include a full array of signal services, highway-rail grade crossing warning systems and wayside signal solutions, turnkey signal construction, quiet-zone planning and implementation, forensic reconstruction of signal system operations and patented signal products. As we move further into the modern era, the integration of smart technology, remote data analysis and the use of the cloud are finding a home in CTC’s arsenal of products and services.
At present, the firm includes many nationally recognized experts who joined CTC after working with Class I and Class II railroads, city and state transportation agencies and commuter rail systems. This level of expertise has earned CTC representatives numerous positions on federal committees and working groups to develop new standards and recommended practices for grade crossings. CTC also works with the highway industry, public agencies, municipalities, and other consulting firms that need specialized services that address railroad signal systems and grade crossing safety.