Amtrak Cascades Derails at Steilacoom
Only minor injuries reported when an Amtrak Cascades train derailed Sunday afternoon at the Chambers Bay drawbridge near Steilacoom, Wash. All 267 passengers were accounted for and transported to Tacoma by bus. Crews worked through the night to reopen the tracks through the area located 45 miles north of Seattle. The investigation into the derailment is ongoing.
—Passenger Train Journal
June 24, 2019
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit approved a resolution on June 18 to name future service running on the Cotton Belt Commuter Rail as the Silver Line.
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As the next generation of Trolley cars gears up to begin service on the UC San Diego Blue Line this Saturday, officials with the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) unveiled to the public the first vehicle of the new Trolley series as part of a ‘Trolley Open House’ on Wednesday.
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Former Amtrak CEO Joseph H. Boardman died while on vacation with family on March 7 after complications from a stroke.
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