MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - After numerous complaints about the many
train whistles heard daily in downtown Montgmery, city officials
have found a way to reduce the problem.
Dozens of trains roll through downtown Montgomery each day.
Complaints started to surface not long after the Renaissance
Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center opened its doors in
Mickey McInnish, an attorney on staff with the city of
Montgomery, has spent the last four months negotiating with the CSX
in an effort to make things quieter.
CSX has agreed to have its engineers stop blowing the train
whistles at the Coosa Street crossing, which connects to the
amphitheater on the riverfront.
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