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Inadequate highway markings led to deadly Greyhound crash: NTSB

Security and Safety | March 30, 2017

Two passengers were killed and 13 others plus the driver were injured when the bus struck a crash attenuator.

SEPTA trains collide, injuring 4

Rail| February 22, 2017

Crews are still working to remove the 18 cars involved, with each car weighing about 37 tons. The NTSB is on the scene and fully in charge of the investigation.

Security and Safety | January 26, 2017

Amtrak engineer in Pa. train crash tested positive for marijuana, opioids

The findings are part of the information released on Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board, with the agency expected to release their conclusions on the cause of derailment later this year.

Security and Safety | January 11, 2017

Nobody injured after NJ Transit light railcar catches fire

The train was removed from the tracks within two hours of the fire, but the mishap caused residual delays of 30 minutes for northbound trains and an hour southbound.

Rail| December 7, 2016

NJ TRANSIT hearing focuses on PTC

Some lawmakers expressed concern as to whether NJ Transit would be able to implement positive train control by the federally mandated deadline of Dec. 31, 2018.

Security and Safety | December 1, 2016

Canada considering 'black boxes' on commercial vehicles after 2013 crash

The collision between an OC Transpo commuter bus and a Via train happened at a rail crossing, with the collision shearing off the front end of the bus and derailing the train killing six.

Motorcoach| November 28, 2016

Wrong-way driver slams into Ariz. Greyhound bus

Arizona Department of Public Safety officials said the bus driver “did an amazing job” keeping the vehicle upright after one of its front wheels was damaged in the high-speed collision.

Motorcoach| November 17, 2016

NTSB: Mechanical failure caused fatal Seattle crash

Improper manufacturing by Ride the Ducks International, the vehicle manufacturer, and inadequate maintenance by Ride the Ducks of Seattle, the vehicle owner and operator, resulted in the axle failure that subsequently led to the loss of vehicle control.

Motorcoach| October 25, 2016

Driver in fatal Calif. motorcoach crash was also owner/operator

It's still too early to definitely say what caused the accident, officials say. There were no signs of braking, such as skid marks, so far, and the tour bus was also determined not to have seatbelts.

University| October 17, 2016

NTSB determines cause of Oklahoma State U. homecoming crash

The driver, Adacia Avery Chambers, is accused by prosecutors of driving her car with a depraved mind through police barricades and into a crowd killing four and injuring dozens more.

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