Originally Posted by saab2000
This will sound like a loaded question, but it's not. What is wrong with what the FAA said? They have a system in place. The pilot prevented the accident, but they have to have the system in place, right? Otherwise people will be saying they don't care about safety. I don't understand your comment. Don't flame. Just explain.
I jumped the gun on this one and should not have made the comment I made. Still they have not implemented the hundreds of safety systems recommended by the NTSB over the years. In this example, there should be flashing hold bars at every runway crossing point that the controller turns off and on with a clearance to hold or cross.