CAMPUS NEWS: JULY 24, 2020

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How Can Louisiana Reduce Its Rail Crossings? UNO Transportation Studies Professor Guang Tian’s Research Seeks That Answer

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University of New Orleans transportation studies professor Guang Tian is researching ways to reduce the number of railroad crossings in Louisiana. The state has one of the highest number of grade crossing collisions in the nation.(Getty Image)

University of New Orleans transportation studies professor Guang Tian is researching ways to reduce the number of railroad crossings in Louisiana. The state has one of the highest number of grade crossing collisions in the nation. (Getty Image)

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