New IDEAs for Rail Safety: Annual Report of the Rail Safety IDEA Program
mode - rail, planning - safety/accidents, planning - service improvement, planning - environmental impact, operations - performance
railroad safety, improve safety and performance
This annual report presents a summary of progress on investigations conducted as part of the Rail Safety Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (Rail Safety IDEA) program sponsored by the Federal Railroad Administration and overseen by the Transportation Safety IDEA Program Committee. Rail Safety IDEA is one of three IDEA programs managed by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) to improve railroad safety and performance. The Federal Railroad Administration is interested in proposals that will improve safety and performance in railroad systems, including in the following areas: security, environmental impact; human factors; rolling stock and components; track and structures; track/train interaction; grade crossings; hazardous materials transportation; train occupant protection; trespass prevention; signaling and train control systems; and employee safety.
Permission to publish the abstract has been given by Transportation Research Board, Washington, copyright remains with them.
Transportation Research Board, (2016). New IDEAs for Rail Safety: Annual Report of the Rail Safety IDEA Program, pp. 60. Published by Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC.