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September 2013

2013 Women In Transportation: Sharon Cooney

Born into a large family with six siblings in the Philadelphia area, Sharon Cooney learned early on in life a skill that has been key to her successful career: always observe and listen to others and figure out what motivates them

July 2013

2013 Consultant Project Profiles

Profiles of light rail projects in Denver, Salt Lake City and San Diego

April 2012

San Diego graffiti program tags offenders

The privately-owned Web-based Graffiti Tracker program uses a database that tracks, measures and links graffiti incidents throughout the region.

August 2011

Spotlight: Apollo’s surveillance products expand capabilities, efficiencies

RoadRunner line of mobile surveillance equipment can be found in more than 315 public transportation agencies across the nation. As mobile video surveillance dominates the transit technology conversation, the newest trend sees transit managers turning to software to extend their capabilities, increase efficiencies and save money.

May 2011

Argentina benefits from San Diego's trolleys, experience

San Diego MTS is selling 11 of its light rail vehicles to the Provincial Government of Mendoza in Argentina for $3.3 million.

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