No more 'choo-choo': Train horns will go silent again as downtown San Diego ‘quiet zone’ is reinstated
January 31, 20242 min read335 words
Published: January 31, 2024  |  2 min read335 words
Trains traveling through downtown San Diego will again stop sounding their horns when approaching railroad crossings, now that the Federal Railroad Administration has reinstated the area’s designated train “quiet zone.”The city’s quiet zones were temporarily suspended two weeks a...
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Jan 31
Very by-the-books reporting. It's short, informative, explains what's happening (trains sounding their horns in the city), why that happened, and what's changing (the city reinstating a ban on horns). This is how journalism was taught when I went to J-school. As a side note, there is something intensely nostalgic about trains rumbling through towns and cities, but I can understand why residents get tired of hearing the horns.
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