The railroad crossing where two people have been killed in recent months is set to get safety equipment, an official said this week.
The Rio Arriba Road crossing north of Las Vegas got stop signs and pavement markings Wednesday and more safety equipment may be on the way, said Paul Gray, the local district engineer for the state Department of Transportation.
“We’re hoping that it will raise the awareness of motorists at that intersection, so they will stop and look both ways before making the crossing,” Gray said.
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