When an Amtrak train derailed in Washington state’s Ogilvies Valley, passengers on board were forced to wait hours for help.
But a freight train operator says a new approach to freight train safety could reduce the number of deaths and injuries.
The Seattle-based company RailWorlds is developing a safety protocol that could allow for faster trains.
It’s also hoping to help passengers and freight companies avoid accidents like this in the future.
It is testing a new system that would allow for more rapid, more frequent trains.
The company is currently testing the technology on freight trains in the United States, but it hopes to begin rolling it out to other countries by the end of 2018.
Amtrak has also been testing a similar system that’s been tested in China, where trains have gone up in smoke.
The new technology would allow trains to pass more quickly and safely, but safety experts say it’s still too early to say if it would work on the nation’s busiest freight train system.
Amtrak officials say they are still developing the new protocol.
The current standard for the train operator to get a train to its destination safely is 10 minutes, but some of the newer trains don’t even meet that standard.
Amtrak wants to add a 30-minute threshold to train drivers to make it more safe.
The agency has also tested a new device that detects when a train is too close to the track and allows them to stop the train.
Amtrak also plans to test this new technology in the coming months.
The technology could also make it easier to prevent an accident by monitoring how much of a train’s load is above the threshold for a “train accident.”
Amtrak says the new safety protocol will allow the company to more quickly develop the technology and bring it to more countries.
But it is still unclear whether it will be used on trains that have already gone up.
“The safety protocol we’re developing right now has not yet been implemented on our current freight trains, and it’s not clear if it will work on freight train accidents,” said Chris Muehlenberg, rail industry analyst at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.
Amtrak’s current rail safety protocol is designed to allow for rapid, safe trains on crowded trains, but the technology could be applied to any type of train.
Muehlberg said Amtrak could use this new safety protocols to create a more reliable and safer freight train.
“In a way, it could be the first step in the safety of freight trains that we haven’t seen before,” he said.
He said it’s hard to imagine how a freight rail system could ever work without the latest safety technology.
The industry is also exploring a new safety approach that could prevent a train from going off course.
The method is called “force-braking,” which involves pushing the brakes until a train comes to a stop.
The train would then be allowed to go forward without having to manually stop or brake, or even slow down.
The latest test involved a freight car with a load of more than 20,000 pounds, and Muehelberg said it could have prevented an accident like this.
“There’s a huge difference between this type of system and a train that’s running in a normal situation,” he explained.
He added that if the new technology was to be used for other types of trains, it would be necessary to test it on all trains, including freight trains.
“We have to look at what kind of freight train are we going to put on a new track, or the train is going to be moved, or it’s going to have to be pulled off the tracks,” Muellenberg said.
“You need to make sure the safety protocols we’re using to get trains moving are really working in the real world.”
The current technology could help improve the safety on freight cars, but there’s no way to know how it would affect other types.
Amtrak did not immediately respond to a request for comment.