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July 21, 2009

Rosenker, Higgins to leave NTSB

Both plan to pursue opportunities in the private sector.

July 14, 2009

NTSB: Fatigue, lack of PTC caused trolley crash

The two-train collision on the MBTA Green Line last year occurred as a result of the trolley operator's failure to obey a signal indication, due to a possible sleep disorder and the lack of a positive train control system.

June 4, 2009

NTSB: Protect passengers with seat belts

Public confidence in the safety of the motorcoach industry is a key to its continued success, said Rosenker.

May 28, 2009

NTSB to expand accident report accessibility

Effort serves to further bring the NTSB into compliance with legislative and executive mandates aimed at improving the U.S. government's use of electronic media to foster a more open and transparent government

April 3, 2009

NTSB: Signal interpretation led to Amtrak accident

Contributing to the accident, was the relief engineer's failure to immediately communicate to the engineer that he had miscalled the signal at Englewood and to stop the train when the engineer did not respond to her expressed concern.


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