Coordination stalled within Metro, and between the transit agency and fire-rescue workers, the NTSB finds.
Six years after the Red Line incident, some recommendations have been unheeded, the NTSB chairman says.
First was Metro-North in Dec. 2013, then Amtrak’s high-speed crash last month.
Mobile devices used in writing tickets can’t communicate with one another, D.C. official says.
Investigators looking into last month’s deadly Amtrak derailment have found “no anomalies” in the tracks, signals or braking systems of train #188, according to a preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board released Tuesday.
National Park Service says budget is far too small for all transportation-related fixes needed nationwide.
National Park Service officials said they have about $5 billion in needed road and bridge fixes nationwide, and just $250 million to cover them.
The failed toll road in the southeast colors the state’s view on how to add lanes on I-66 in Northern Virginia.
Two lanes on the corroding 1930s-era bridge must be partially shut down for six to nine months.
“Unbearable congestion” forecast for six-to-nine-month closure of part of two lanes; buses also are barred.