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Passenger Rail Security: Consistent Incident Reporting and Analysis Needed to Achieve Program Objectives
Stephen M. Lord (au)
Terrorist attacks on foreign passenger rail systems, which include rail transit and intercity rail, have underscored the importance of collecting and analyzing security incident information to identify potential vulnerabilities. Within the federal government, the Transportation Security Admin. (TSA) is the primary agency responsible for overseeing and enhancing passenger rail security, and has several programs to fulfill this responsibility. In 2008, TSA issued a regulation requiring U.S. passenger rail agencies to report all potential threats and significant security concerns to TSA, among other things. This report assesses the extent to which (1) TSA has overseen and enforced this reporting requirement and (2) TSA has analyzed passenger rail security incident information to identify security trends. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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