September 30, 2013
Video footage shows there was no driver present in an empty commuter train that hit another train at a station on Monday morning. Investigators are trying to determine whether the four-car train started moving by itself or if someone put it in motion, either accidentally or intentionally.
An outbound Blue Line Chicago Transit Authority train collided with an out-of-service train headed in the opposite direction early Monday morning. Police are investigating whether the train was hijacked because it had only four cars, which is atypical for a rush hour commute.
March 11, 2013
In response to an Amtrak collision and derailment last year, advised the FRA and FTA to provide railroad employees with best practices regarding the use of jumper wires when performing signal maintenance operations on active rails.
February 28, 2012
Awarded a contract to Ansaldo STS USA Inc. Agency officials said that the cost would mean canceling or delaying many other transit projects in the Philadelphia region.
August 23, 2011
Rail authorities plan to stop more high-speed rail service due to scheduling concerns. The announcement came as a magazine reported that a crack had been found on the axle of a train. The manufacturer denied the claim.
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