Metro-North Engineer In 2013 Bronx Derailment Now On Disability PensionThe Metro-North Train engineer who was driving during a deadly derailment in the Bronx in December 2013 has retired with a pension.
Explosion Rocks John F. Kennedy High School In The Bronx; 3 InjuredThree workers were injured Thursday night when an explosion severely damaged a high school in the northwest Bronx late Thursday.
No Criminal Charges For Engineer In Deadly 2013 Metro-North DerailmentThere will be no criminal charges for the Metro-North Railroad engineer who was behind the controls during a deadly derailment in the Bronx in 2013.
MTA Report: Metro-North Sacrificed Safety For On-Time PerformanceRiders are weighing in on findings from a new report saying Metro-North has sacrificed safety for on-time performance.
Metro-North Says Most Safety Upgrades Are CompleteThe Metro-North Railroad said Wednesday that it has completed most of its priorities to improve safety following a series of accidents last year.
911 Dispatchers Mistook Deadly Metro-North Derailment For Fire, Records SayNew evidence revealed Thursday evening indicated that the problems with the New York City 911 system are worse than previously thought.
NTSB: Engineer In Fatal Metro-North Derailment Has 'Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea'A medical document made available Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board said engineer William Rockefeller has "severe obstructive sleep apnea.''
Metro-North Riders Air Complaints In Conn.Riders complained about service delays caused by electrical problems, crowded trains and heating and cooling problems.
Report Says Metro-North Derailment Caused $9 Million In DamageOfficials said Tuesday that the Metro-North derailment in the Bronx caused more than $9 million in damage.
Federal Inspectors Begin 60-Day Safety Assessment Of Metro-North The effort will assess a broad range of practices at Metro-North, including oversight of engineers, fatigue management programs and medical requirements for crew members.
MTA Adds Undercover 'Spotters' After DerailmentThe stepped-up effort comes two weeks after a deadly Metro-North train derailment.
New Metro-North Safety Measures In Place Following Fatal Train Derailment The MTA said the new protections will warn engineers of approaching speed reductions and automatically apply the train's emergency brakes if speed is not lowered to the 30 mph maximum in the curve.

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