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Increased Train Traffic Through Lancaster & Otoe County
Beginning January 1, 2021, BNSF Railway will begin operating trains on the tracks that run along Highway 2 from Lincoln through Bennet, Palmyra, Unadilla, Syracuse and Dunbar to Nebraska City. On average, you can expect to see two trains a day on these tracks. With rail service resuming, it is critical to remember trains can run at any time and in any direction. Nebraska Operation Lifesaver, a group dedicated to promoting rail safety and preventing grade crossing accidents, offers the following tips to ensure safety near the tracks:
- Always expect a train; freight trains do not follow published schedules
- A typical freight train can take more than a mile to stop
- The train you see is likely closer and faster moving than you think
- The only safe place to cross the tracks is at a designated crossing
- Being on railroad tracks and property is not only dangerous – it is illegal
Please visit https://community.oli.org/state/ne#about for more information about rail safety. For information about trains operating through Syracuse, please contact BNSF Public Affairs Director Jeff Davis at Jeffrey.Davis@BNSF.com.
The City of Syracuse has partnered with Spiral Communications to make fiber internet available to all residents in the City of Syracuse throughout the next year. Please visit their website at https://www.spiral-communications.com/syracuse/ for a list of services and a map of their service route. If you have any questions or concerns, please call Spiral Communications at 402-713-0063. The City of Syracuse is pleased that Spiral Communications will be providing this service to our residents.