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New York MTA implementing procedures to address OT pay issues

The agency’s overtime bill is reportedly $82 million more than the MTA expected to bring in from its latest fare hike.

Back doors of MUNI trains to remain closed until investigation complete

Rail| April 23, 2019

A woman got her hand stuck in a closed door of one of the new MUNI light rail vehicles before falling down onto the track.

Security and Safety | October 18, 2018

Failure to control vehicle, impairment to blame for Texas bus crash

The deadly crash occurred when a pick-up truck driver crossed a double, solid-yellow centerline, entered the southbound lane, and collided with a bus carrying 13 passengers.

Security and Safety | August 7, 2018

NTSB finds city, freight operator to blame for fatal motorcoach crash

Cause of 2017’s collision was a failure to properly communicate that vehicles get stuck on the tracks.

Security and Safety | July 11, 2018

Engineer in deadly Amtrak crash had no experience on new locomotive

The Dec.18, 2017 derailment of Amtrak train #501 killed three people and injured 62.

Mobility| May 25, 2018

NTSB releases preliminary report on fatal Uber self-driving car crash

After crash in March, Uber has also shuttered its self-driving vehicle testing in Arizona.

Security and Safety | February 8, 2018

MBTA trolley driver fired for using cellphone during 2017 crash

In an MBTA Transit Police affidavit filed in Dorchester District Court, investigators said the driver told authorities he reached into his backpack to “take a quick peek” at his phone shortly before the Dec. 29 crash.

Security and Safety | January 30, 2018

Wash. Amtrak engineer missed signs before deadly derailment

Investigators interviewed the engineer and the qualifying conductor, who were in the lead locomotive during the accident trip.

Security and Safety | January 5, 2018

NTSB officials have not yet spoken to engineer involved in Wash. Amtrak crash

Officials have been unable to interview the engineer, or the other crew member who was in the lead locomotive, because of their injuries sustained in the crash, according to a preliminary report that was released.

Rail| December 19, 2017

Washington Amtrak train going 80 mph in 30 mph zone, NTSB says

At least three people were killed and about 100 were injured. Officials also report that PTC was not activated on the train.

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