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December 26, 2013

FRA adjusts accident/incident reporting threshold

FRA intends to evaluate and potentially amend, as appropriate, its method for calculating the monetary threshold for accident/incident reporting in the future and, as a result, the formula utilized to calculate the threshold may change.


May 2, 2013

Fla. coach accident kills one passenger

Dolphin Transportation issued a statement saying as many as 50 people were on the bus, and 17 people, including the driver, sustained injuries.


December 16, 2011

NTSB: 34,925 transportation deaths in 2010

Rail fatalities increased from 742 to 813, with the majority at grade crossings, though deaths on light, heavy and commuter rail rose from 229 to 253.


February 8, 2011

Police crack down on L.A. Blue Line traffic violations

More than a dozen Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD) and Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) motorcycle officers issued 106 citations, which included 43 people for using their cell phone while driving in the Long Beach area.


August 4, 2009

Sec. LaHood announces distracted driving summit

A number of deadly accidents involving text messaging behind the wheel have called attention to the dangerous problem of distracted driving.


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