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The familiar chugging and whistle sounds of a train making its way along the tracks hasn't changed much during this time of the coronavirus pandemic, when so many other parts of our lives have been upended. The lockdowns resulting from COVID-19 have however disrupted most other sectors of the transportation industry in the U.S., which in turn has created problems in deliveries for routine supply chains. But it's been full steam ahead for the nation's freight railroads, which have been in the forefront of carrying raw materials and goods of all kinds, including those essential to preserving public health and our well-being. Some of those critical goods include; chemicals required for medicines and food packaging, grain and corn for cattle feed and retail products that end up on store shelves, such as toilet paper and cleaning supplies. Rail workers have also been designated as essential critical infrastructure workers and are necessary to enable the continuous operation of critical government and business functions. They have been adhering to health and safety guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For example, railroad companies have expanded the frequency of cleaning and sanitation, making sure trains are wiped down between shifts and employees are wearing masks to prevent the spread of the virus. Ian Jefferies, President and CEO, Association of American Railroads, discusses the importance of the country's railway system during this time of crisis, and more on the specifics of how the railways are helping communities. He'll also talk about how the organization is ensuring railroads maintain their workforce and continue their work transporting critical goods across the nation.

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