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July 1, 2009

METRO Briefs

Rosenker: NTSB better without enforcement power. Iceland’s hydrogen-powered plans postponed. Bus manufacturers relocate, bring jobs to Tenn. N.J. Transit to charge for mailing tickets.


April 22, 2009

NTSB cites driver fatigue in Utah crash

Lack of adequate sleep affected driver’s awareness of his vehicle's excessive speed and lane position on a downhill mountain grade of a rural secondary road.


October 28, 2008

NTSB unveils 2009 ‘Most Wanted List’

Positive train control and fatigue in the railroad industry were removed from the list. Both had been included since the list began in 1990.


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