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Washington Metro to honor safety

Rail| December 30, 2008
The “Night of the Stars” event will recognize the accomplishments of Metro’s front-line employees who have reached significant milestones in the safe operation of the Metro transit system.

Colorado Railcar to fold

Rail| December 30, 2008
The company was attempting to rejuvenate passenger railcar manufacturing in the U.S., and featured diesel multiple-unit equipment options, but actual purchases were limited.
Rail| December 30, 2008

Maryland transit announces service cuts

The commuter service reductions, the largest in MTA’s recent history, were required in order for MTA to reduce its budget in response to dramatic declines in revenue to the Maryland Transportation Trust Fund.
Motorcoach| December 29, 2008

Bombardier lands German coach contract

The order is worth approximately $66 million and will enhance the LNVG’s current fleet of 186 Bombardier double-deck coaches, in use since 2003.
Rail| December 29, 2008

Signs to be installed at 86 DC Metro stations

The new signs, which have begun to be installed this week, are customized for each station entrance and address prohibited activities in the Metrorail system.
Rail| December 29, 2008

NYCT rider report cards released for M Line

NYCT received 900 Rider Report Cards from riders rating the M service. Out of those responses, 848 returned via mail and another 52 responses were received through the Internet.
Management & Operations| December 29, 2008

Gannett Fleming acquires public transit consulting firm

Through the acquisition, the firm now operates as the Abrams-Cherwony Business Unit in Gannett Fleming’s Philadelphia office and specializes in developing transportation service plans and conducting performance reviews.
Motorcoach| December 23, 2008

METRO Briefs

Motorcoach company loaning insurance. Charter service selling luxury inauguration train trip. Fare hackers team with MBTA.
Rail| December 23, 2008

NYCT rolls out ‘new technology’ cars

Features include computer-monitored throttles and speedometers for better control and smoother ride and an onboard, computerized diagnostic system that allows quicker repair when a failure does occur.
Accessibility| December 23, 2008

Welbes named new FTA executive director

In his new position, Welbes will be accountable for providing executive leadership and continuity for the day-to-day administration and operation of the full range of FTA's responsibilities.

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