Federal Railroad Administration
Critics said the collection rate should be higher.
Sarah Feinberg was confirmed to lead the Federal Railroad Administration.
The NTSB had called for Metro to be classified as a commuter railroad.
Sarah Feinberg is the White House's pick to run the Federal Railroad Administration.
Current law requires most U.S. trains to be automated by December.
Regulators are trying to reduce the number of deadly accidents.
A look at Monday’s Federal Register today.
Federal regulators are reminding freight railroad companies that they are obligated to tell states...
The automated system was supposed to be installed by the end of the year.
The key safety posts have been vacant through various high-profile disasters.
Rep. Jeff Denham (R-Calif.) lamented the lack of nominees for rail and pipeline agencies.
Officials said “an overemphasis of on-time performance" led to Metro-North crashes.
A 13-car train crashed, spilling oil in Watertown, Wisc.
Sarah Feinberg's nomination will now go to the full Senate.
The capital-area subway has been under fire since a passenger was killed in January.
Lawmakers are pushing the railroad administration to delay a December deadline.
Acting FRA Administrator Sarah Feinberg is under consideration for the full-time post.
One of the company's station in Richmond, Va. was ruled to be out of compliance.
The Senate has approved a delay, but the House has not yet acted.
The company has agreed to add track crossings to its GPS maps.
President Obama has nominated Sarah Feinberg to lead the agency.
The Obama administration is imposing a 40 mile per hour speed limit for oil trains near cities.
The New Jersey senator filed legislation to boost a $35 billion federal rail financing program.
An Amtrak train that derailed in North Carolina on Monday struck a 164-footlong tractor trailer...