The National Transportation Safety Board says a train that derailed in New York City was traveling 82 mph as it approached a 30 mph zone.
A Metro-North Railroad official has told federal regulators investigating a derailment and fatal accident in May that the commuter line is behind schedule with some maintenance.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The National Transportation Safety Board is holding an investigative hearing on two recent Metro-North Railroad accidents that occurred in Connecticut. The two-day hearing is scheduled to begin Wednesday in Washington, D.C. […]
An October hearing will be held to address railroad issues including track inspection and maintenance as well as safety standards for both passengers and workers, federal officials investigating two recent Metro-North Railroad accidents in Connecticut announced Tuesday.
The National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled an investigative hearing this fall to look into two recent Metro-North Railroad accidents in Connecticut.
Metro-North Railroad will implement a pilot program to install devices urgently recommended by a national safety board to provide extra protection to workers after a track foreman was fatally struck by a train, officials said Friday.
The National Trans;portation Safety Board has issued an urgent safety recommendation to Metro-North in the wake of the death of a track foreman struck and killed on the tracks in West Haven.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report Wednesday, detailing the conditions that led up to the Metro-North train derailment May 17 in Bridgeport.
Federal officials investigating last week’s train derailment in Connecticut say the engineer described what they call an “unusual condition” on the track before the train derailed.
A tour bus crash last year that claimed 15 lives was caused by a driver suffering from too little sleep and a bus company that provided too little safety oversight, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.