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Rail lines to be built in China, Koreas

Rail| March 1, 2001
In about two years, passengers will be able to travel the 19 miles from Shanghai, China, to the city’s airport in 10 minutes on high-speed rail.

Attacks on European public transport escalate

Management & Operations| March 1, 2001
In the span of three days in February, a bus attack killed eight in Israel, a bus bombing killed 10 in Yugoslavia and explosions near the track shut down a main railway line in Ireland.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

What’s really the purpose of federally sponsored R&D in public transport?

Recently, the California consortium of public and private-sector transportation organizations known as Westart (formerly Calstart) launched a high-profile design competition for bus rapid transit.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

Time: an often overlooked transit quality measure

It almost goes without saying, but quite often the most important factor determining what way we travel is how fast it can get us there.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

Has ADA turned transit properties into social service agencies?

Like a Shakespearean tragedy, the passenger transportation industry has not recognized that someone switched the foundation that so many entities were built upon.
Rail| March 1, 2001

Rail Execs Agree on National IT Agenda

U.S. rail executives help develop a rail information technology agenda to better integrate technology into their transit agencies.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

Academy Bus’ Tedesco is Industry Spokesperson

METRO’s Operator of the Year maintains an impeccable safety record while addressing industry issues on behalf of the American Bus Association.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

Reinventing Dial-A-Ride in Arcadia

Ten tips for improving demand-response contracting.
Rail| March 1, 2001

Sound Start to Seattle’s Commuter Rail System

Sound Transit’s commuter rail garners raves while its LRT project struggles against local opposition.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2001

10 Most Improved Transit Systems

They have overcome huge political and economic obstacles.

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