Train control systems are supposed to be able to give passengers a full stop on one side of the train and a full-stop on the other, but the railroads and the governments that operate them often don’t make sure they work properly.
So it turns out, the train can still go over its rails without stopping, and sometimes it’s not even aware that it’s moving.
It happened last month when a commuter train from New York City to Chicago stopped at a station in Florida.
As the train pulled into a station, the passenger train’s brakes didn’t work.
It had stopped, but it didn’t stop, according to a report by the New York Times.
The train was able to go forward on the tracks, and then the driver noticed the train had stopped.
The car’s driver then turned around and realized he was the one who had been stuck, the report says.
The driver then asked the train to stop, and the train refused.
The driver had to stop and wait for a police officer to help him get out of the car.
It took about 20 minutes for police to get to the scene and the driver was taken to a hospital with a concussion, according the Times.
“The train’s braking system is designed to work at a full stopping speed.
If there is an error, the system is supposed to stop the train,” said David Pomeranz, a train engineer for the railroad that owns the station.
“We’ve got some engineers here to look at the problem and figure out what the problem is.”
But in practice, it often doesn’t work that way.
A passenger train has stopped and not stopped, and is still moving, according a report in the New Yorker by investigative reporter David Remnick.
In one instance, a man called his father and said his train had broken down in Florida and was headed back to New York.
The father called a station where he was waiting for the train.
“There was no train,” the man said.
“It was like a ghost train.
The cars weren’t moving.
The wheels were spinning and I couldn’t get the train moving.”
The father called the station manager and asked him to call the railroad and get the driver out of his car.
The manager said he could get the car removed, but told the father that it was a safety issue, Remnick wrote.
The train’s driver agreed to come out, and when he arrived, the driver told the man that the train was still moving and that the cars were moving.
The father tried to get on the train again, but this time, the conductor was there to take him back to the station, according Remnick’s report.
“I was like, ‘I just called the company and asked them to call a railroad and have the train stopped.
Why are they so slow?'” the father told Remnick in the article.
“I can’t believe that they didn’t have somebody there to help me get out.”
The driver, who was supposed to drive the car, said that he didn’t know why the train hadn’t stopped.
He told the driver that the car was on its own track, Remnik wrote.
“You’re going to get a lot of people calling you and saying that they were on the wrong train, that the brakes are broken and they’re going home,” the driver said.
He then told the conductor that the conductor had called a local police department and asked for help.
A spokesperson for the station said that the station did not have an on-call engineer to assist the driver.
In a statement, the company said the driver had been suspended for a week after the incident, and that he had been offered a compensation package to compensate for the inconvenience.
The operator of the railway, Amtrak, says that train control systems have been designed to “fully stop the wheels,” but that they can also be disabled and the brakes can be reset, according in a statement to the Times.
“We take every safety and operational issue seriously and are working with Amtrak to ensure that it does not occur again,” the statement read.