The speed dropped to 80 m.p.h. Which use to be 90 m.p.h. Just for the record. Hey guys listen i know a lot has been going on within the past week but just try to calm down and understand things happen. I'm not saying its suppose to but we live in a imperfect world. Hats off to my metro-north brothers and sisters who work hard everyday away from their families, losing sleep and doing their best to keep the system running. More people die everyday from car accidents and shootings, and as soon as this happens its like a total let down. We learn from our mistakes and we move on. God bless those who lose their lives. And god bless the engineer who has to live with this for the rest of his. That man did not wake up that morning with the intent of putting that train on the ground. I just wanna see something positive happen in light of the current events. And let get back to the joy of railfanning and railroading, instead of the should of, would of, could of. It's hard on an engineer looking at miles and miles of track, signals, railroad crossings, etc. sometimes you get what is known as tunnel vision looking at the rails. It can be hypnotizing. But to sum it all up millions of people travel by train everyday. It's still safe. Let the pros handle it.