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Metra unveils new line schedule allowing for PTC operation

Security and Safety | January 10, 2019

Under PTC, the crew of a train must initialize the system (enter train and route information) before each individual run.

FRA approves MBTA's PTC program extension to 2020

Security and Safety | January 9, 2019

Work to install PTC infrastructure on the MBTA Commuter Rail network is in various stages of completion and testing on each line.

Security and Safety | January 3, 2019

Calif.'s NCTD completes full PTC implementation

Is one of only four U.S. agencies that has completed PTC implementation by the federally-mandated deadline of Dec. 31, 2018.

Rail| January 2, 2019

TEXRail celebrates inaugural ride

Officials are worried, however, the the federal government shutdown will keep train from a full launch this weekend.

Security and Safety | December 18, 2018

NJ TRANSIT reaches major PTC milestone

The achievement means agency can apply for an alternative schedule to have PTC fully operational by the end of 2020.

Security and Safety | November 26, 2018

Rail systems continue to make progress on PTC implementation

Safety tech is in operation on 71% of freight railroads’ required route miles, and 26% of passenger railroads’ required route miles.

Government Issues| November 26, 2018

FRA issues Final Rule for high-speed rail operations

The rule paves the way for U.S. high-speed passenger trains to safely travel as fast as 220 miles per hour.

Technology| October 4, 2018

U.S. DOT releases multimodal guidance for on-road automated vehicles

AV 3.0 incorporates the results of extensive stakeholder engagement to provide updated voluntary guidance and policy considerations for a range of industry sectors.

Security and Safety | September 12, 2018

FRA makes $46M available for PTC work

The NOFO represents the balance of the $250 million Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements Program funds available. 

Rail| August 8, 2018

FRA issues $1.26M for rail capital projects

Factors considered included supporting economic vitality; leveraging federal funding; and using innovative ways to improve safety.

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