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For the Safety and Viability of Our Towns, People,
and the Infrastructure that Connects Us.

Get Connected.
Fund Safety & Accessibility.
Learn & Thrive.

At Railtowns.org we're focused on finding the fixes and funding that make railtowns safe, accessible, and thriving. This year we're focusing on delivering three key services. 


First, we're establishing a grant-finding and application guidance program for any American railtown looking to address safety and accessibility issues related to railroad activity with an infrastructure or technology solution. 
 

Next, we're establishing partnerships with industry non-profits and experts to make comprehensive best-practices easily accessible to anyone who needs them. Our members have asked us to focus on a few areas to start: relationship management, emergency preparedness, and public safety education. 
 

And perhaps most importantly, we're creating a national community of *all* railtowns, whether paying members or not. 

Join us, and for you and your town it'll start today.

Free membership is available! 

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Don't miss it!


The Emergency Response Intelligence Report.

An offer for Railtowns.org members, from TRAINFO.
 

Equip your first responder teams with crucial insights into the specific real-world risks and delays caused by blocked rail crossings in your community. Get your customized report before this offer ends!

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Railtowns Leadership

Get to Know Us!

Tate Linden

co-Executive Director, Strategy + Policy

Railtowns.org's strategy and policy are run by Tate Linden from our office inside the DC beltway. He has over 20 years experience as president of a strategic consultancy with clients including Google, DARPA, Meals On Wheels America, the North American concrete industry, and numerous trade and manufacturing organizations. His work has raised over $2 billion for transportation safety and infrastructure in just the past decade.

Our operations and membership are led by Britni Eisenmann from her office in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She began her career in social services, quickly gaining expertise in structuring and streamlining critical systems and building hyper-cohesive teams before obtaining an advanced degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Britni built and trained a learning community of 800+ members online, and brings membership experience expertise.

Britni Eisenmann

co-Executive Director, Operations + Membership

Our next virtual Town Hall is just around the corner!

Thursday, August 15th
Noon EST/9a PST


Early registration is open now.

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