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June 5, 2013

OLI chief talks rail safety at APTA conference

President/CEO Joyce Rose told attendees of the APTA 2013 Rail Conference that with record-breaking ridership on the nation’s rail transit systems, there’s an increased risk of safety incidents involving drivers and pedestrians at rail crossings, along mixed-used rights of way and for pedestrians.


June 5, 2012

NTSB: N.Y. bus crash caused by driver fatigue

The driver, Ophadell Williams, had almost no sleep in the three days leading up to the accident except for naps he took on the bus while passengers were inside a Connecticut casino gambling.


November 16, 2009

Feds seek oversight of transit safety standards

Under plan, states would be allowed to retain oversight if they can prove they are able to enforce federal safety rules.


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