Positive Train Control software is required to be installed on all U.S. passenger trains by the end of 2018.
A train has crashed in Hoboken, New Jersey. As seen in the below videos and photos, the aftermath of the Hoboken crash proves what witnesses say they saw: The train came barreling through the Hoboken station, hit a concrete barrier ...
The investigations begins, as do the renewed calls for technology that could prevent train crashes. The post The Hoboken Train Crash: Here’s What Comes Next appeared first on WIRED.
PTC, or "positive train control," a technology that compensates for human error, was yet not installed on N.J. Transit Rail line
The long-delayed technology to prevent accidents like the Hoboken NJ Transit wreck remains absent from all of the commuter line’s trains.