Topic : FRA

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FRA seeks to gauge performance, service of intercity passenger rail

Rail| March 23, 2020

The rule would define Amtrak on-time performance and would set forth a minimum on-time performance standard of 80%.

Feinberg named interim president of NYC Transit

Management & Operations| February 26, 2020

The MTA Transit Committee Chair and former Federal Railroad Administrator will begin March 9, while the agency conducts a search for a permanent chief.

Security and Safety | February 19, 2020

NJ Transit makes major advancement of positive train control

The FRA has approved the agency to begin Revenue Service Demonstration of the safety technology.

Security and Safety | December 30, 2019

FRA launches web portal for public to report blocked railroad crossings

The agency expects it will take an average of three minutes for users to complete the report.

Security and Safety | December 10, 2019

Panel recommends 34 ways to improve MBTA safety for riders, staff

The process drew on 100 interviews, six focus groups, and extensive site visits throughout the MBTA system.

Security and Safety | December 3, 2019

Feds call for development of highway-rail grade crossing safety plans

Proposed rule would require all states and D.C., to develop and implement a new or updated action plan.

Rail| November 27, 2019

LIRR safety fixes 'virtually eliminated' motorists turning onto tracks

The FRA recommends other railroads review program, which uses flexible delineators at railroad crossings and enhanced GPS alerts.

Security and Safety | November 25, 2019

APTA touts commuter rail's PTC progress in Q3

As of Sept. 30, 97% of railroads are PTC-certified, in revenue service demonstration, or field testing.

Rail| October 8, 2019

FRA provides $369M for rail capital projects

Funds projects that repair, replace, or rehabilitate railroad assets to reduce the SOGR backlog and improve intercity passenger rail.

Security and Safety | September 11, 2019

FRA report finds PTC progress continues to be steady

As of June 30, PTC systems were in operation on approximately 50,300 (87%) of the nearly 58,000 route miles required to be equipped by Congress.

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