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NY State Cites Progress on Dealing With Dangerous Crude-Oil Trains

The beginning of the end of NY’s nuclear power? Riverkeeper Paul Gallay sits down with Newsbreakers

New regulations could make crude oil transports less dangerous

Hudson Valley rail safety standards need reform

Talk on Storm King’s Environmental Movement Set for Dec. 9

Two Groups Call For Additional Federal Rule On Oil Trains

Map shows 100 schools along crude oil train tracks

Petition Seeks to Limit Length, Weight of Oil and Hazardous Material Trains to Prevent More Derailments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jared Margolis, Center for Biological Diversity, (971) 717-6404, JMargolis@biologicaldiversity.org Leah Rae, Riverkeeper, (914) 478-4501 x 238, LRae@riverkeeper.org Petition Seeks to Limit Length, Weight of Oil and Hazardous Material Trains to Prevent More Derailments Existing Federal Proposals Fail to Sufficiently Protect Public, Environment From “Bomb Trains” PORTLAND, Ore. – November 25, 2014 — In the face of a dramatic rise in trains carrying explosive crude oil and derailing in a series of devastating accidents, the Center for Biological Diversity and Riverkeeper, Inc. today petitioned the Obama administration […] Learn More

Dozens of Hudson Valley schools along oil train tracks

Groups say oil tanker cars on trains put Mid-Hudson communities, schools, infrastructure at risk

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