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STV wins Toronto light rail contract

Rail| January 5, 2009
The firm will provide program management and project management services to the TTC for Toronto’s Transit City Light Rail Plan.

Bombardier signs $2.1B deal with Deutsche Bahn

Rail| January 5, 2009
The 800 Next Generation double-deck coaches will include power outlets at the seats, first- and second-class seating areas, ergonomic seats and customer information systems.
Rail| January 5, 2009

Tri-Rail sets new ridership record

Preliminary figures show that Tri-Rail carried approximately 4.3 million passengers in 2008, representing a 22.9 percent increase compared to 2007’s approximate 3.5 million.
Motorcoach| January 5, 2009

NABI purchases Imperial Group LP

The Imperial facility previously served as a sub-contractor to NABI.
Management & Operations| December 31, 2008

METRO Briefs

FTA: TARC can continue services. UTA starts quick-pay system. Marylands cuts to impact WV residents.
Rail| December 31, 2008

FRA increases civil penalties

The increase incorporates the new maximum civil penalty amounts authorized by the Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and new minimum amounts required under the Federal Civil Penalty Inflation Adjustment Act of 1990.
Motorcoach| December 30, 2008

Soubry next New Flyer president/CEO

Soubry, who previously served as president/CEO for StandardAero, will succeed John Marinucci, who is retiring but will continue as a member of New Flyers’ board and remain as a senior executive until the end of March 2009, to help manage the transition process.
Rail| December 30, 2008

Washington Metro to honor safety

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.
Rail| December 30, 2008

Colorado Railcar to fold

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.

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