COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, or PUCO, approved safety upgrades in Lucas and Washington counties in Ohio.
MONTREAL, Quebec – CN announces it has published its 2023-2024 Winter Safety Plan.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, or PUCO, has approved safety upgrades in Allen and Fayette Counties.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Commerce Commission, or ICC, has approved a highway-rail safety project in Alexander County.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, or WMSC, released its 44-page safety audit of WMATA’s Roadway Maintenance Machine Program.
Norfolk Southern (NS) and the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS) on Oct. 19 announced a partnership to create the Signal Safety Collaboration initiative, a one-year pilot program developed with input from the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA),
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, or PUCO, has approved rail safety upgrades at crossings in both Brown and Stark counties.
INDIANAPOLIS – Piper Networks CEO Robert Hanczor presented “Innovative MOW Safety Solutions: How Using Multi-sensor Limits Compliance and Collision Avoidance Systems Can Improve Track Safety.”
PEORIA, Ill. – The Illinois Commerce Commission, or ICC, approved projects for ten railroad crossings in the Peoria metro area.
WASHINGTON – The National Transportation Safety Board has dramatically increased hiring this year to keep up with emerging technologies and reduce the average time it takes to complete investigations.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – On Sept. 6th, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, or PUCO, approved safety upgrades totaling $1.7 million for rail crossings in Scioto and Butler counties.
MBTA Focuses on Safety; Releases Independent Track Maintenance Audit and Publishes Internal Safety Review
BOSTON – Yesterday, the MBTA released its track maintenance audit and published an internal safety review.
MARISSA, Ill. – The Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) on July 13 approved a project to improve highway-rail safety near a railroad crossing in St. Clair County.
SAN FRANCISCO – Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) has announced a safety initiative in which it would remove fallen trees from trackway during severe weather.
Case Study of Autonomous Track Inspection Technology with MARTA and FTA to Gain Enhanced Safety and Asset Management
RT&S, JULY 2023 ISSUE – A team of researchers at TTC Operated by ENSCO worked with several partners to test autonomous track inspection technology.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s state budget allocates over $80 million to improve safety at its rail crossings after an Amtrak passenger train collided with a dump truck one year ago.
SPRINGFIELD, Il. – The ICC approves two public safety projects for highway-rail crossings in both Stephenson and Randolph Counties.
WASHINGTON – The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) would be able to add more investigators to its team under the Rail Inspector Safety Act, which Rep. Derrick Van Orden (R-Wis.) introduced June 13 and
BROWARD COUNTY, Flor. – Broward County receives $16 million from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for safety upgrades.
CARSON CITY, Nev. – We reported earlier today that the Pennsylvania House passed a rail safety regulation bill that is now being considered by the state Senate. Across the country in Nevada, Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed a similar bill that arrived on his desk for signature.