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Sen. Charles Schumer leans on MTA to move forward on train safety technology
The Journal News | LoHud.com
BREWSTER - U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer called on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to get moving on the rail-safety technology known as positive train control, with the deadline for installation a little more than a year away. "This is not a ...

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US probing additional runway incidents in San Francisco
Miami Herald
U.S. officials are investigating two more incidents at San Francisco International Airport where planes could have wound up on the same runway, the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday. The incidents include an event in December 2016 when ...

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WBIR-TV

THP joins other states to keep drivers safe on I-40 for Thanksgiving
WBIR-TV
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will join with state law enforcement agencies across the country to keep drivers on I-40 safe over the Thanksgiving holiday. This will be the fifth year for the "I-40 Challenge Drive to Zero Fatalities" traffic safety ...

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TMZ.com

Roy Halladay Crash Report Wild Flying Patterns Dangerously Close to Homes
TMZ.com
Roy Halladay was flying dangerously close to homes -- and making wild turns and adjustments in altitude -- moments before his fatal crash ... this according to the NTSB. The National Transportation Safety Board released the preliminary report regarding ...
NTSB releases preliminary report on plane crash that killed Roy HalladayWFLA
NTSB: Halladay's plane parachute didn't deploy before fatal crashWTSP 10 News
BC-BBO--Halladay Plane Crash,1st Ld-WritethruHickory Daily Record
USA TODAY
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Government Technology

Can Human and Robot Drivers Coexist on the Roads?
Government Technology
No one was hurt and the damage was minimal but the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board sent a team to investigate what's sure to be a growing concern among motorists and authorities: the interaction of self-driving vehicles with their human ...



ABC News

Consumer advocacy group calls for recall of bestselling minivan Chrysler Pacifica amid complaints of stalling
ABC News
Owners are able to file complaints with the Department of Transportation via the NHTSA website, but the government does not verify every complaint. The Center for Auto Safety is asking federal regulators to open an investigation and seek more ...
Consumer group wants feds to order recall of Chrysler Pacificas over stallingDetroit Free Press

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The Verge

Honda is using Facebook to find owners affected by Takata airbag recall
The Verge
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration requires automakers of vehicles subject to recall to notify owners by mail, using information obtained by state vehicle registration records. Recalls can also be verified on NHTSA's website ...

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Suburban Life Publications

Elmhurst police issue driving safety reminder for Thanksgiving
Suburban Life Publications
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's research, 41 percent of passenger vehicle occupants killed in 2016 daytime crashes were unrestrained; in nighttime crashes, 56 percent of occupant fatalities were unbuckled, the release ...

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KGO-TV

NTSB investigating separate safety incidents at San Francisco International Airport
KGO-TV
Two separate runway safety incidents that happened two months apart at San Francisco International Airport are being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board, ABC7 News has learned. In both incidents, planes entered an active runway ...



USA TODAY

Traffic safety: Talking car mandate from Trump administration has been set aside
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has quietly set aside plans to require new cars to be able to wirelessly talk to each other, auto industry officials said, jeopardizing one of the most promising technologies for preventing traffic deaths. The ...
Trump administration reportedly kills vehicle-to-vehicle safety ...Ars Technica
APNewsBreak: Gov't won't pursue talking car mandateAP News

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