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Transportation investigation finds widespread deficiencies in safety

A News21 and Center for Public Integrity investigation of the country's transit systems found that federal agencies, states and transportation industries take an astounding average of a record-high five years to respond to safety recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board.

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Transportation safety: Efforts to curb fatigue-related accidents often languish
Article | Accidents happen in a matter of seconds. An airplane pilot takes a moment too long to react in an emergency. A trucker who has been on the road all day wanders across the median. A train engineer is lulled to sleep by the monotony of the job and misses a signal. Fatigue can't be measured like the...

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