In the ongoing effort to revitalize Galt's Old Town area, city council members approved a $288,000 plan to create a quiet zone on Tuesday.
The money will go toward federal-mandated upgrades to five Union Pacific railroad crossings within city limits that will allow train engineers to silence their horns while traveling through the city. Instead of sounding a horn, supplemental safety measures, including installing raised medians and additional crossing gates, will be put into place.
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