State Can't Cite Railroads For Stopping Trains In Crossings

Indiana Public Media

Today:   On this "Reporters' Roundtable"  we have Dan Carden, the Statehouse reporter for the "Times of Northwest Indiana" with his stories in print and posted online, which include a major decision about the nuisance of stopped freight trains at street crossings in Indiana.  And his colleague Giles Bruce talks about his recent stories, including a story about an addict whose life was saved from an overdose by quick work by the South Shore Line's police chief.

Indiana can no longer hold trains accountable if they block railroad crossings for a long time. (Charlotte Tuggle/WBAA)
Brandon Smith

Indiana can no longer hold trains accountable if they block railroad crossings for a long time.