A bundle of Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) awards have been announced to help short line companies maintain their lines.
NTSB releases report on Sacramento Regional Transit District light-rail vehicles – Updated with SacRT’s response to NTSB Report
The National Transportation Safety Board released its report on the August 22, 2019 collision between Sacramento Regional Transit District light-rail vehicles in Sacramento.
Report: Metro ‘puts personnel at risk of serious injury or death’ after agency keeps power on third rail in active work zone
Washington, D.C., Metro continues to put workers in life-threatening situations.
Indiana town will soon know whether to go above or below grade crossings, but cost might be biggest obstacle
Officials in Elkhart County, Ind., have decided to launch a study on the construction of either an overpass or an underpass at several grade crossings.
After years of safety and technical difficulties, with the most recent story of 72 train operators removed from service because of their certification lapse last year, Metro Board Chair Paul Smedberg, on behalf of the Board of Directors, released a statement on management changes at the agency.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released its final report on the death of a KCS conductor on December 23, 2020.
Amtrak personnel recently spent a series of consecutive weekends in March remediating damage to the benchwall system in the South Tube of the North River Tunnel.
With light-rail construction happening throughout the city of Phoenix, drivers are complaining about confusing markings and barriers.
After 20 years off the grid, the Aransas Pass railroad is back in business in Texas.
The U.S. DOT Office of Inspector General has reported that the Federal Railroad Administration needs to improve its automated track inspection program, and issued six recommendations for doing so.