RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson covers the top news stories of the week.
Following up on an earlier story regarding the collision of two MBTA Green Line trolleys, the NTSB has issued an Investigative Update around the accident.
Historic Bismarck-Mandan Rail Bridge one step closer to demolition ‘Inherently dangerous’ Illinois railroad crossing could be wiped out soon NTSB issues preliminary report on investigation of railway employee fatality Will the BART/Millbrae
When one hears the name “most wanted list,” thoughts immediately go to the FBI’s most wanted list that hangs in every U.S. post office.
On March 3 of this year, a BNSF conductor died in a La Mirada, California rail yard accident.
Audit reveals Washington Metro bridges may not be safe; agency lacks knowledge Fate of historic rail bridge in N.D. mostly depends on actions of preservation group NTSB blames Union Pacific for fatal
NTSB blames Union Pacific for fatal Wyoming train crash; air brake tests could have prevented accident
The National Transportation Safety Board determined on Jan. 25 that an airbrake failure caused the fatal, Oct. 4, 2018, collision between two Union Pacific trains in Granite Canyon, Wyo. The collision occurred when
NTSB again stresses need for increased protection of high-hazard flammable material tankers, citing two recent derailments ‘Deeply troubled’ Transportation Secretary Chao resigns following D.C. violence Mexican freight train carrying automobiles derailed by
BART’s Transbay Corridor program earns billion dollar federal grant. Next stop for Texas high-speed rail: design and construction. NTSB: Improperly fastened rail joint responsible for employee fatality. How much will it cost
The National Transportation Safety Board issued Railroad Accident Report 20/02 Thursday [August 27, 2020], detailing its investigation of the March 12, 2018, fatal injury of a CSX Transportation equipment operator near Wartrace,