Transportation officials in California have been using a smartphone app to make a major public service announcement.
The news comes after a major fire on an Amtrak train killed eight people and injured more than 500.
Amtrak officials say they have deployed more than 700,000 employees and volunteers to help people get around California.
The app has the potential to be a huge hit for the rail industry.
The app lets passengers track train routes and lets them book trains through the app.
It also provides information about stations and train delays, according to Amtrak.
“This app will provide riders with a new tool to make better use of the many services available on the Amtrak network,” said Amtrak CEO John Deere in a statement.
California has a booming transportation industry.
But its rapid growth has raised concerns about safety.
More than 30 people died in the California train accident on Thursday, the state’s governor announced.
It’s the deadliest derailment in California history, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a report released Friday.
Authorities believe the train was traveling at 35 mph at the time of the accident, with a maximum speed of 45 mph.