Hoboken Train Crash: One Year LaterOne year ago Friday, a NJ TRANSIT train plowed through a barrier at the Hoboken station, killing a woman standing on the platform and injuring more than 100 passengers and crew.
NTSB Reveals Engineers In LIRR, NJ TRANSIT Crashes Had Sleep ApneaThe National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday the similar circumstances of the crashes warranted combining findings and recommendations into a single special report.
NTSB Calls For Expanded Use Of Speed CamerasNew research shows speeding is nearly as dangerous as driving drunk.
NTSB To Release Final Report On Valhalla Metro-North CrashThe National Transportation Safety Board will release its final report on the deadly February 2015 crash between a Metro-North commuter train and an SUV at a crossing in Valhalla.
Cockpit Voice Recorder Recovered At Deadly Jet Crash Site Near Teterboro AirportPolice said two crew members were killed when the Learjet 35 crashed among small warehouses and industrial buildings Monday afternoon in Carlstadt a quarter-mile from the runway.
Series Of Small Plane Crashes Prompt Schumer To Arrange Safety SeminarAfter a string of small plane crashes in the New York area, the NTSB is hosting a small plane safety seminar -- the first on Long Island.
Schumer: NTSB Should Investigate Spate Of Small Plane CrashesThe Democrat wants the agency to look into why the small plane crashes are happening and possible additional safety measures.
NTSB Prepares To Release Results Of Probe Into Deadly Valhalla Train CrashThe NTSB is getting ready to release the results of its investigation into a devastating train crash in Westchester County.
NTSB Removes Plane From Scene Of Fatal Westhampton Beach Crash Federal officials say they've removed the single-engine plane that crashed on Long Island last weekend, killing two people and injuring a third.
NTSB: Plane In Sunday Suffolk County Crash Had No Mechanical ProblemsOfficials say the plane was practicing takeoff and landings when it came down at the Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach.
LIRR Engineer Does Not Recall Crashing Into Terminal, NTSB Official SaysA National Transportation Safety Board official said Thursday that a Long Island Rail Road engineer did not remember striking the end of a track and slamming into the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn.
Engineer Who Fell Asleep In Deadly Bronx Metro-North Crash Sues Railroad For $10 MillionAn engineer who fell asleep at the controls of a Metro-North train and caused a derailment that killed four people in the Bronx has sued the railroad.

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