A Metra commuter train arrives in Aurora, Ill., from downtown Chicago on Aug. 19, 2014. The trains operate on a BNSF line, and service may stop on Dec. 31 if Congress doesn’t extend the deadline for the railroad to install a new safety system.
A Metra commuter train arrives in Aurora, Ill., from downtown Chicago on Aug. 19, 2014. The trains operate on a BNSF line, and service may stop on Dec. 31 if Congress doesn’t extend the deadline for the railroad to install a new safety system. Curtis Tate McClatchy
A Metra commuter train arrives in Aurora, Ill., from downtown Chicago on Aug. 19, 2014. The trains operate on a BNSF line, and service may stop on Dec. 31 if Congress doesn’t extend the deadline for the railroad to install a new safety system. Curtis Tate McClatchy

Trains to stop if safety deadline not extended, railroads tell lawmakers

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