The operator of the Metro-North train that derailed in the Bronx, killing four passengers and dozens over 60 others, was reportedly sleeping or "zoned out." This comes a day after the National Transportation Safety Board found that the train was traveling at 82 mph at the sharp turn in Sputyen Duyvil—well over the 30 mph recommended speed. [ more › ]
The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the Metro-North train that derailed Thanksgiving weekend was going way too fast in a 30 MPH zone. The train derailed Sunday morning near the Spuyten Duyvil station. Four people were killed in the accident. Two event recorders from the train have been examined, and preliminary information indicates that […]
As the National Transportation Safety Board launches its investigation into Sunday's Metro North accident, which killed four and injured more than 60, I am reminded of countless classroom discussions on the subject of disasters. They...Show More Summary
1. Investigators search for clues in deadly train derailment Commuters from New York City's northern suburbs face delays on Monday as the National Transportation Safety Board begins an exhaustive investigation into Sunday's train derailment that killed four people and injured 63 others. Show More Summary
YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board says a train that derailed in New York NTSB: Train Going Too Fast At Curve Before Wreck - -
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board says it's working Sunday to get investigators to the scene of a plane crash in remote southwest Alaska that killed four people and injured six Friday night.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The head of the National Transportation Safety Board in Alaska says searchers from a village reached the site of a fatal commuter airplane crash two hours after the plane went down Friday night.
Transport Canada has not developed a clear strategy to avoid incidents such as the 2012 VIA Rail Burlington accident, according to The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB).
David Morrissey, who was recently cast as the lead in AMC’s new series Line of Sight, said he has no plans to leave The Walking Dead anytime soon. In Line of Sight, Morrissey plays Lewis Bernt, a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigator who survives a mysterious crash and goes on a mission to discover... Show More Summary
The son of U.S. Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), is confirmed dead after a plane crash near Owasso, Okla., on Sunday. The National Transportation and Safety Board held a news conference late Monday confirming that Dr. Perry Inhofe, 52, an orthopedic surgeon from Tulsa, was the sole person on the plane during the fatal crash.
In a release from the D.C. Department of Transportation today, officials report that streetcar testing will begin in December - without any passengers on board. [ more › ]
NTSB investigator Jim Southworth at a press conference Sunday, Oct. 20. Photo courtesy of BART's YouTube account National Transportation Safety Board invesitgator James Southworth confirmed at a press conference on the afternoon of Oct. Show More Summary
As the National Transportation Safety Board began an investigation into the deaths of two workers who were hit by a BART train during a strike that has shut down rail service since Friday, friends and co-workers of the two men gathered Sunday to grieve...
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is investigating an incident in which two transit workers were killed by a San Francisco Bay Area commuter train on Saturday. Officials from the NTSB said on Sunday that the train, which...Show More Summary
The Spirit Airlines fire is now under investigation by the United States National Transportation Safety Board. Spirit Flight 165 began experiencing mechanical failure after yesterday’s takeoff from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Show More Summary
Fallout from the Government Shutdown The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee will hear testimony on the impact of the government shutdown so far. Witnesses include National Transportation Safety Board chair Deborah A.P. Show More Summary
The Angel's Flight's funicular derailed last month and the National Transportation Safety Board still isn't sure why, but it may have had something to do with the fact that it's being run by Wile E. Coyote: "In its report, the...
The National Transportation Safety Board finally issued a report last week regarding the September collision at the Harlem stop along the Blue Line's Forest Park branch. [ more › ]
LOS ANGELES — Federal officials are investigating last week's derailment of the historic Angels Flight, a tiny downtown Los Angeles funicular railway with a history of safety problems. The National Transportation Safety Board will issue...Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Civil Beat. By Nick Grube Disturbing surveillance video of babies falling onto train tracks greeted board members of the Honolulu Authority of Rapid Transportation today. In one clip a mother in Australia loses control of her infant’s stroller on an elevated platform's edge and it falls into the train pit. Show More Summary