“I don’t know what, if any, crime was committed,” said Metro's general manager.
Workers said they were discouraged from setting handbrakes because it’s timely and challenging.
The wildly popular game has drawn concern from safety advocates.
The goal is to develop an autonomous platform by 2019 that can be plugged into different vehicles.
Lower gas prices and more fuel-efficient vehicles have contributed to the boost in U.S. driving.
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The company is hoping Charles "Wick" Moorman will improve its relationship with freight carriers.
The proposed settlement was worth as much as $100 million.
The agency is trying to raise public awareness about prohibited items.
Customers in Pittsburgh will be randomly given free rides in auto-pilot vehicles.
The holiday will cap off a busy summer travel season that avoided long security lines.
The company is offering free retirement planning to drivers in select cities.
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Under the proposal, transportation projects would have to track, measure and cut carbon pollution.
The National Safety Council is predicting the deadliest Labor Day weekend since 2008.
A union group sued Metro last month to have the senior mechanic reinstated.
“We can’t let this false alarm become the sad truth of the future,” Schumer said.
Tech giants, automakers and ride firms are racing to get autonomous vehicles on the road.
Contractors will be trained to inspect Metro's rail system for a new oversight body.
"The information uncovered to date raises potentially serious concerns," officials said.
The company was accused of selling devices meant to cheat emissions regulations.
The system, which automatically slows a speeding train, will eventually be required by law.
The requirement goes into effect in October.