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LAYTON — This summer, things might be a little noisier for residents living near railroad crossings between Ogden and Salt Lake City. Union Pacific Railroad is doing repair and replacement work at a dozen railroad crossings between those two northern Utah cities. The budget for the capital project is about $700,000, according to Davis, and the work typically involves replacing the wooden ties between the tracks at each crossing. Some residents in the Vae View subdivision, west of Main Street and south of Antelope Drive, in Layton, had complained about the sudden return of train horns in the last couple of weeks.

One resident, who asked not to be identified, said the horns used to be a regular occurrence there. While crews are working, train engineers are required to sound their horn as they approach these construction areas. Davis said crews work during daylight hours only, but in those areas where a crossing has been “disturbed” by construction, engineers still need to signal with their horns, even at night. Reproduction, reuse or transmittal of all herein is prohibited without prior written permission.

Ordinarily, the railroad route between Ogden and Provo is a “quiet zone,” meaning trains don’t sound their horns as they approach a crossing.

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