The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and its Fiscal and Management Control Board (FMCB) today accepted a report from the MBTA Safety Review Panel that offers 34 recommendations with 61 corrective actions
If Los Angeles is going to host the 2028 Olympics, the city knows its light-rail system has to meet qualifying marks. Los Angeles Metro Senior Executive Officer Rick Meade attended the Canadian
Top stories in video: Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Sound Transit top safety officer out CP locomotive engineer killed Brightline track most dangerous
According to a report from The Seattle Times, Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff has removed Chief Executive Safety and Quality Officer Salah Al-Tamimi, as a result of the fatal Amtrak Cascades passenger
Over the past several weeks, Railway Track & Structures has been reporting on the new language printed on Amtrak tickets that prevents customers from suing the railroad in the event of an
Rail-highway grade crossing accidents, along with pedestrian/trespasser deaths, have been national problems almost since railroads began operating in the U.S. Although the number of deaths has dropped over the past few decades,
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) reported this week that commuter railroads are continuing to make progress toward meeting the PTC implementation deadline of December 31, 2020. However, commuter roads are running
Pulling out train tracks is like removing the spine of the economy. That’s what several people expressed during a Laconia (N.H.) City Council meeting.
Based on self-reported Third Quarter 2019 (Q3) PTC (Positive Train Control) Progress Reports, which were due to the Federal Railroad Administration by Oct. 31, 2019, the majority of the 42 railroads subject
It was business as usual for the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) on Monday, Nov. 25. Three days earlier, however, it was complete chaos.