Do more with less.
It's a theme dozens of industries have accepted, and railroad companies are no exception. They've reduced what used to be teams guiding a train to single person at the controls.
But when the cargo being hauled is millions of pounds of chemicals, is it reasonable to have just one person behind the controls with all the makings of a bomb being pulled behind them?
Sara Shookman continues her investigation into "Danger on the Tracks", and asks, "Is that eye on the bottom line threatening your safety?" tonight at 11pm on Channel 3 News.