KRRIKorea Railroad Research Institute
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Park Jung-joon of the KRRI made a presentation on the vision of the EARC and the importance of technological cooperation for linking the Trans-Korean Railway (TKR) and the Trans-Continental Railway.
He said that agreements for technical collaboration with Korean Rail Road Research Institute (KRRI) and Chinese Training Institutes are being explored.
"When traffic is heavy, the vehicle can avoid the congestion by using railways that will be built in the chronically jammed areas," said KRRI researcher Mok Jae-kyun.
"By linking the railways, the Korean Peninsula would be developed into an open territory from a closed territory," KRRI President Na Hee-seung noted.
Since 1997, he has served as a researcher in Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI).
She is currently with Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI), South Korea.
Said another man who called KRRI in Boulder City, Nevada, early in the afternoon on May 4, 1988: "When the first [explosion] came, all the windows on the houses where we were just blew out.
Switching on their radios that afternoon generally may not have helped these people much, unless they were tuned to KRRI. Alone among radio stations in Las Vegas area, KRRI - whose format is normally rock-and-roll oldies - switched over entirely to live coverage of the massive explosions at the Pacific Engineering rocket-fuel plant in Henderson, Nevada, which was then located between Boulder City and Las Vegas.
KRRI continued with follow-up reports the next day and with weekend editorials criticizing the absence of the Emergency Broadcast System and the lack of an official command post for disseminating information to the community.