The derailment of a Norfolk Southern Corp. train carrying toxic chemicals has rightfully sparked a broad debate about railroads’ operating practices and safety standards. But the railroads aren’t the only ones that bear responsibility for making sure that train cars are fit to ferry cargo to their destination.
"It's reasonable to think on this train you had a variety of different people that performed maintenance on these cars and the locomotives," Justin Long, an analyst at Stephens Inc. who covers both railroads and car-lessors, said in an interview.
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