Transportation news roundup Southwest flight lands at wrong airport, Transit system infographic

Posted on Jan 13, 2014 by thudsondd
Here are your transportation headlines for Jan. 13, 2014. Want to submit a headline or have a question, comment, or concern? E-mail me. A colorful guide to the nation’s biggest transit systems [Washington Post] transitinfographic Southwest flight lands at wrong Branson airport [AP]
Southwest Airlines Flight 4013, carrying 124 passengers and five crew members, was scheduled to go from Chicago's Midway International Airport to Branson Airport, airline spokesman Brad Hawkins said Sunday in a statement. But the Boeing 737-700 landed at Taney County Airport, which is also known as M. Graham Clark Downtown Airport.
Texas DOT Chief Financial Officer to Serve as Interim Director [AASHTO]
Texas Department of Transportation Chief Financial Officer James Bass was this week selected by the Texas Transportation Commission to serve as interim executive director of the organization.
New rail cars offer Metrorail passengers improved safety [US DOT]
Four new, modern train cars rolled out of a railyard in Greenbelt, MD, and made the short trip to the station platform. They weren’t there to pick up passengers; instead, they were providing a first look at an entirely new generation of rail cars.
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