Train drivers in Indiana are complaining about a series of changes to their new train schedule that they say is forcing them to train more aggressively, even when they’re not needed.
The state of Indiana announced a new policy Friday requiring drivers to check their smartphones to see if they’re using the train or bus system to train.
The new requirement applies to all railroads and transit agencies in the state, including Amtrak, which runs the Indiana Route 91 in Chicago.
The change will also apply to passenger trains that travel through the state.
Some of the changes include: Starting on Dec. 15, all Indiana drivers must check their phones when they board a train or on a bus.