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April 2004 Issue

ITS Usage Enhances Transit System Services

In this overview, find out how intelligent transportation systems are being employed to provide access to vehicle schedule updates, boost communications and allow users to pay for transit, tolls and parking with a single card.

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ITS Usage Enhances Transit System Services
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

ITS Usage Enhances Transit System Services

In this overview, find out how intelligent transportation systems are being employed to provide access to vehicle schedule updates, boost communications and allow users to pay for transit, tolls and parking with a single card.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Factors in Creating the Perfect Seat

With the common goal of increasing ridership, transit agencies and bus seating manufacturers are working together to promote a safe, clean and comfortable ride.
The Challenge of Bringing Light Rail to the Twin Cities
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

The Challenge of Bringing Light Rail to the Twin Cities

Ensuring safety and finding talented rail engineers were two of the challenges in building the Hiawatha light rail line in bus-dominated Minneapolis-St. Paul, says Joe Marie, assistant general manager of rail operations at Metro Transit. Competing with the private sector for operations and maintenance was another.
How to Run a More Cost-Efficient Motorcoach Business
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

How to Run a More Cost-Efficient Motorcoach Business

See how some operators are offering driver incentives, negotiating fuel contracts and reducing inventory to keep costs down and stay ahead of rising fuel and insurance rates.
Commuter Railroad Tackles Complex Shop Construction
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Commuter Railroad Tackles Complex Shop Construction

A 10-year, four-phase improvement program will rebuild undersized and antiquated facilities to support expanded fleet operations. Concerns of local residents also being addressed.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Tapping the potential of BRT

Rapidly growing transit mode deserves close attention.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Can you hear me now?

The controversy over whether drivers are calling out stops, transfer points and major destinations, as mandated by ADA.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

UMA Expo attendees urged to cultivate individuality to grow business

Show coverage of the 2004 United Motorcoach Association's annual conference in Atlanta.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Pennsylvania transporation crisis prompts appeal for governor's assistance

PPTA meeting includes speech by governor on deplorable condition of transit funding in the state.
Management & Operations| March 1, 2004

Million-dollar hydrogen fuel cell bus begins service in Hawaii

The U.S. Air Force and a partnership of other agencies collaborate to design cutting-edge fuel cell bus.

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