Rail upgrades mean shorter waits

Starting next week, motorists will notice their wait at railroad crossings on the southside is a bit shorter.

And when they cross over the tracks on their way home in the Center Grove area, Bargersville or farther south, their drive will be smoother.

The Indiana Rail Road Co., which has tracks across western Johnson County between Morgantown and Indianapolis, is upgrading its tracks all across Indiana. The company is welding together rails and tearing out and replacing crossings as part of a multimillion-dollar upgrade.

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