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June 2007 Issue

Toronto's Rail Systems Are Pushed to Perform

Ernest H. Robl

Growing demand in Canada's largest city is forcing the Toronto Transit Commission and GO Transit to upgrade and expand their rail service offerings.

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Toronto's Rail Systems Are Pushed to Perform
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Toronto's Rail Systems Are Pushed to Perform

Growing demand in Canada's largest city is forcing the Toronto Transit Commission and GO Transit to upgrade and expand their rail service offerings.
Coming Back from the Brink to Achieve Success
Bus| May 29, 2007

Coming Back from the Brink to Achieve Success

By revamping routes, boosting state aid levels and increasing locally generated revenues, the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority managed to turn around a projected $27.5 million budget shortfall.
Motorcoach Operators Find Niche in Executive Transport
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Motorcoach Operators Find Niche in Executive Transport

Motorcoach as a mode of transport offers something to business travelers that air, rail and traditional vehicles don't — the ability to take the conference room on the road.
Honolulu Revives Plan for Congestion Relief
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Honolulu Revives Plan for Congestion Relief

Nearly 40 years in the making, the city finally seem on track to build a fixed-guideway system to help alleviate congestion in an over-extended corridor. An aggressive schedule predicts a 2009 groundbreaking.
New Starts Momentum Shifts to the East
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

New Starts Momentum Shifts to the East

New full funding grant agreements approved in New York lead the way as record reinvestment in rail transit sets a new high mark.
Rail| May 29, 2007

Funding Glitches Impact Top Rail Projects

With a decline in projects comes a $1 billion decline in 2007's overall project purse for a total of $59 billion. MTA New York City Transit holds on to the top spot, while Canada's Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority and Virginia's Hampton Roads Transit make their debuts.
Rail| May 29, 2007

U.S. intercity rail has potential for sustainability development

European systems promote "green" benefits of electrified high-speed rail travel.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Ohio group offers transport alternatives

The campaign aims to get residents out of their cars and onto buses, bicycles and recreational trails.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

U.S. to follow Europe's APM lead?

Twenty driverless metro projects in Europe are either in service, in construction or in the planning stage.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Railcar plays role in emergency training

Emergency responders train in a retired underground railcar in West Virginia.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Budget gap forces WMATA to cut 220 jobs

The reduction in workforce consists primarily of administrative positions.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

400 million reasons

Traffic and pollution will only get worse in the coming decades.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Bad things, good people

Planning for disaster is essential to protecting a business.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2007

Straining at the byte

We must embrace the digital world without any guarantee of return on investment.

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