AskRail

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AskRail

Association of American Railroads,


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Apple Reference 4.0.24 August 28, 2017 5.0

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Version 4.0.24 released on August 28, 2017
- Minor Bug Fixes

Version 4.0.3 released on August 16, 2017
•Location-based mapping feature with isolation zone display and relevant points of interest such as schools and medical facilities •Isolation zone calculator that leverages Emergency Response Guidebook data •Bug fixes

Version 3.0.1 released on December 15, 2016
This release features additional hazardous material information for the initial response of a rail incident, including packing group, technical name, locomotive fuel tank capacity, as well as placard and rail car images, along with some minor bug fixes.

Version 3.0 released on November 29, 2016
This release features additional hazardous material information for the initial response of a rail incident, including packing group, technical name, locomotive fuel tank capacity, as well as placard and rail car images.

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App Description

The AskRail app is a hazardous materials safety tool for first responders who are first on scene or directly support the first on scene in the event of a rail incident. Access to certain features, including the ability to query railcar contents based on an equipment number, is restricted to authorized personnel. To obtain authorization to use the restricted features, you must assert that you are a first responder, provide information about your emergency response agency, and identify a supervisor who can attest to your first responder duties. You also must obtain sponsorship from a Class I railroad. This process may take up to several weeks. AskRail is a collaborative effort among all North American Class I railroads, the Association of American Railroads, Railinc Corp., and the Transportation Technology Center, Inc. For more information about AskRail please visit: www.askrail.us.

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AskRail Ranking History | Reference

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