The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has determined that rail operations did not start the Lytton fire.
Transportation Safety Board of Canada
On Saturday, July24, a Canadian National train hauling 99 cars derailed, putting a locomotive and 24 empty intermodal cars on the ground near Pointe au Baril, Ontario. A washout is considered the most likely cause, and two crew members received minor injuries.
The “blame game” around the recent wildfire at Lytton, B.C. has started.
Transportation Safety Board of Canada reports on 2019 derailment LIRR to install new rail bridge at site of deadly 2019 accident Metro’s Silver Line extension is not open yet, but derailment risk
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has released a report of its findings after investigating a Canadian National derailment that occurred on February 18, 2020 at Emo, Ontario, northeast of the Minnesota
Teamsters Canada Rail Conference & Transportation Safety Board investigator call for new investigation into CP derailment
Following up on a story we posted yesterday about families of those killed in the Kicking Horse River CP derailment and crash on Feb. 4, 2019 near Field, B.C., the Teamsters Canada
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada has determined that a derailment last year near Dominion City, Manitoba, was caused by a thermite weld failure.
An incident involving a train rolling uncontrolled for three miles has prompted the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to recommend an update to employee qualification standards.