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June 12, 2012

Outgoing Metrolink chief looks back on tenure

John Fenton stepped in after the 2008 Chatsworth crash that killed 25 people and he pushed forward a $200 million project to prevent collisions through positive train control technology.


May 7, 2012

Metrolink chief to step down to lead Fla. rail co.

John Fenton, who is stepping down for family and professional reasons, has worked to improve the service and safety of the commuter line following the deadly Chatsworth crash in 2008.


March 21, 2012

Metrolink hosts regional safety workshop

Part of an effort by CEO to improve the safety of regional transportation and restore system's reputation in the wake of the deadly Chatsworth crash in September 2008 that killed 25 people and injured more than 130.


November 10, 2011

Metrolink launches 'bike cars' to transport cyclists

As cycling's popularity as a commuting option continues to grow, Metrolink is introducing bike cars into weekday service on 34 trains to provide for additional bike storage. Cyclists gathered in Orange County for the inaugural ride.


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