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ENSCO to supply D.C. Metro with track inspection

Rail| March 23, 2010
Will allow Metro to conduct more comprehensive and frequent track inspections throughout the entire 106-mile Metrorail system during the day and when the system is closed.

MV's Lodde to step down as CEO

Accessibility| March 22, 2010
Lodde has served as CEO since August 2008, following Jon Monson's appointment to Chairman of the Board of the company.
Bus| March 22, 2010

CH2M Hill lauded for ethics

The fourth annual Ethisphere Institute list highlights 100 organizations that lead the way in promoting ethical business standards.
Motorcoach| March 19, 2010

ABC delivers to North Dakota bus dealer

The bus features a Cummins ISM engine/Allison Gen4 B500 drive train, with Van Hool’s contoured parcel rack and 23-inch video monitors, REI’s enhanced sound system and leather trimmed Amaya Gaudi passenger seats.
Bus| March 19, 2010

President Obama signs HIRE Act

Bill includes an extension of authorizing law for federal transit and highway programs through 2010 and transfers $19.5 billion of general funds from the Treasury into the Highway Trust Fund (HTF), including $4.8 billion into the Mass Transit Account.
Motorcoach| March 19, 2010

FMCSA: More commercial drivers buckling up

Seventy-four percent of commercial bus and truck drivers are now using their safety belts. Only 65 percent of drivers were using safety belts in 2007.
Rail| March 18, 2010

Illinois passes bill creating HSR Commission

The 12-member commission would issue a road map by March 2011 on how best to structure a public-private partnership to design, build and operate a high-speed rail system at speeds of 150 miles per hour and greater.
Motorcoach| March 18, 2010

MCI delivers D4505, E4500 to R.I., Ark.

One of several key carriers in the Trailways system supporting the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Flagship's vehicles were a frequent sight throughout the games.
Rail| March 18, 2010

Honolulu rail planned too close to runways

FTA says the planned route for the city’s $5.3 billion rail system runs too close to runways at Honolulu International Airport. The final environmental impact statement will be delayed while officials meet to decide how the train can serve the airport without encroaching on airspace.
Rail| March 18, 2010

PB to manage HSR initiatives in 4 states

Has also has been selected as one of several consultants for the Southern High-Speed Rail Commission, a three-state authority charged with planning implementation of high-speed rail among Atlanta, New Orleans and Houston.

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