Who We Are
What We Do
Why Do We Do It?
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Our Incredible Team
Nina Dudley is the founder of Traxx Railroad Safety. She is passionate about ensuring the safety of all Class 1 Railroad Contractors. Through Traxx, she is partnering to ensure all contractors stay “On Track for a Brighter, Safer Railroad.”
Nina has held several management positions that has sculpted her love and desire for customer service. Her influence in all her accomplishments have empowered change and hope for a brighter future. She aspires to always bring the highest integrity into the business world. This is more than likely fueled by her intense love for her family. She has been fiercely devoted to raising her now, three teenagers, and considers it her highest calling to model these principals in every aspect of her business.
She loves to travel. Her husband and her agree to disagree if the mountains or the beaches are better. At the end of her day, playing with her goldendoodle brings her much enjoyment.
Jeff Dudley is the Vice President of Traxx Railroad Safety. Through proper training and accountability, he is compelled to “bridge the gap” between railroads and the contractors who work on and around the railroads to make sure all stay “On Track for a Brighter, Safer Railroad.”
Jeff started in the railroad industry at 19 years old. He is currently working as a Maintenance of Way Operating Rules Instructor at the National Academy of Railroad Sciences. (NARS) Jeff’s gifting to teach mixed with his knowledge of railroad field services makes every encounter that a contractor has in his classroom and in the field come alive with a better understanding of the rules and safety requirements. He prioritizes his family and loves coming home each day to spend time together. That spurs him on to instruct, train, and provide accountability, so that all can go home safely each night.
In his spare time, he enjoys hiking in the mountains and loves to embark on new things that push him to his limits. On all his travels, he enjoys eating where the locals do, no matter how small a hole in the wall it is.