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Metra to conduct 51 safety blitzes in 2017

Security and Safety | March 8, 2017

Safety employees will be at one of the commuter railroad’s 241 stations during the morning commute, distributing educational materials about train and grade crossing safety, answering questions and listening to commuters’ safety concerns.

Wabtec signs $97M TEXRail contract

Rail| March 2, 2017

The commuter line will begin in downtown Fort Worth and extend to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

Security and Safety | March 1, 2017

OLI partners with USDOT to launch Rail Safety Week

Planning for awareness campaign, local events, and distributing safety tips for pedestrians, drivers, transit riders and passenger rail users throughout Rail Safety Week.

Management & Operations| February 24, 2017

Metra chief Orseno to retire by end of 2017

Orseno began his career in 1974 as a ticket collector on Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railroad commuter trains.

Rail| February 8, 2017

Alstom to supply traction for Shanghai metro

The company will also equip system with static inverters and train control monitoring systems.

Rail| January 4, 2017

Alstom publishes environmental declaration for new-gen beacons

SmartBalise is an eco-designed product, with minimized environmental impact all the way from manufacture to end-of-life.

Rail| January 4, 2017

More than 100 injured in LIRR derailment in Brooklyn, N.Y.

The LIRR is the busiest commuter railroad in North America, carrying an average of 301,000 customers each weekday.

Rail| December 28, 2016

Alstom systems equip Hong Kong's newly opened first driverless metro

The four-mile-long South Island line will extend MTR services from Admiralty Station to the Southern District of Hong Kong Island in 11 minutes via four new stations.

Government Issues| December 27, 2016

FRA hits highest-ever rail penalty rate

For FY 2016, the agency expects to collect 79% of the civil penalties it issued to railroads, hazardous materials shippers and others for violating federal safety regulations, a 4% increase over FY2015, and the largest percentage rate ever closed by the agency.

Rail| December 21, 2016

China's first self-developed driverless train to open in Hong Kong

The first driverless train was produced at a factory in Hong Kong in March of this year.

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