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The T recognized by the American Heart Association

Management & Operations| October 22, 2008
The T was recognized as a Platinum-Level Start! Fit-Friendly Company by the American Heart Association’s Start! movement for helping employees eat better and move more.

METRO Briefs

Accessibility| October 22, 2008
Maryland transit to face service cuts. Ohio paratransit strives to improve service. L.A. transit coping with AIG near-collapse.
Rail| October 22, 2008

Coalition calls on next President, Congress to fix transportation

Plan calls for investment in public transportation, high-speed and intercity rail, neighborhoods that are less car-dependent, more walkable and more affordable, and restoring the thousands of roads and bridges in failing condition across the U.S.
Motorcoach| October 22, 2008

Pacific Western operators receive OMCA award

Each year, the association presents Awards of Excellence to deserving individuals within the Ontario motorcoach industry. These awards recognize and reward outstanding performance on the basis of safety and customer service.
Management & Operations| October 22, 2008

PennDOT's Biehler to head AASHTO

Will focus on authorization of federal surface transportation program, sustainability and developing business strategic plan for multi-modal freight.
Rail| October 22, 2008

Bombardier’s Flexity trams win Belgian award

In January 2008, Bombardier signed an agreement with STIB for a total of 102 bi-directional Flexity Outlook trams for Brussels, including a firm order for 87 vehicles.
Motorcoach| October 22, 2008

ICF International wins DOT FMCSA contract

ICF will assist the FMCSA with several tasks, including conducting policy research, performing regulatory analyses, and developing training and outreach materials.
Management & Operations| October 21, 2008

New Flyer wins award

Award recognizes successes at adapting products and processes to new export markets.
Rail| October 21, 2008

GO Transit to install defibrillators

About 100 Mikey defibrillators are being installed on the accessible car of every GO Train, as well as at GO stations along the Lakeshore line, the end stations on each of GO's other six lines, Union Station,and all layover facilities.
Rail| October 21, 2008

LA businesses raise $54,000 to extend service

Beginning Nov. 21, and continuing each Friday and Saturday night until Dec. 27, Metro will operate two-car trains with 20-minute service intervals until 3 a.m.

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