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The Real Scandal of the Hoboken Train Crash

The real scandal of the recent train crash in Hoboken is not being discussed: the super-expensive PTS technology that was supposed to prevent it is obsolete and ineffective. A bunch of college kids using off-the shelf technology could build a far superior system in months for next to nothing. The problem isn't politicians and bureaucrats reluctant to spend the billions required to implement PTS.
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