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FRA report finds industry on path to meeting PTC mandate

Security and Safety | February 28, 2020

As of Dec. 31, systems were in RSD or operation on 55,601 route miles — 96.3% of the nearly 58,000 route miles subject to the mandate.

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.

Rail| November 11, 2019

Amtrak cites customer satisfaction, safety as factors for record ridership

This year, the agency became the first major U.S.-based railroad to implement a Safety Management System, a proactive approach to managing safety, resulting in significant improvement.

Rail| September 25, 2019

Denver RTD moves N Line opening date to May or August of 2020

RTD had previously stated that its goal was to open the rail line during the first quarter of 2020.

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.

Rail| August 21, 2019

NTSB to railroads: Finish the job implementing Positive Train Control

Press event coincided with the 50th anniversary of a train collision in Darien, Conn., that killed four people and injured 43 others.

Rail| June 26, 2019

3 spatial tools to help you maintain your wayside PTC assets

With thousands of pieces of new infrastructure, railroads are asking: How are we going to manage all these safety-critical PTC assets?

Security and Safety | May 29, 2019

PTC now operating on 48K plus miles, according to FRA report

All 41 railroads subject to the statutory mandate complied with the law by Dec. 31, 2018.

Security and Safety | May 22, 2019

Inadequate planning, insufficient training led to Amtrak derailment

In December 2017, Amtrak Cascades train 501 derailed on an overpass as it entered a 30-mph curve at approximately 78 mph.

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