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Report: Congress must fix Amtrak

Rail| November 22, 2003
In the past ten years, Amtrak has lost more than $500 million annually, and is projected to continue.

Committee unveils $375B highway/transit bill

Management & Operations| November 20, 2003
The bill spends nearly one-and-a-half times as much as the $247 billion that President Bush proposed.
Management & Operations| November 20, 2003

Orbital installs Tahoe, Nev. transit management system

The system allows transit providers to track and coordinate buses, trolleys and other mass transit vehicles, while also allowing passengers to reserve rides from dedicated telephones or kiosks.
Management & Operations| November 19, 2003

L.A. MTA strike over after deal struck

Nation's third-largest public transit agency agrees to deal with mechanics union, ending 35-day walkout.
Management & Operations| November 18, 2003

Idling rules, parking hinders operators, ABA says

Currently, buses have only three minutes to idle on city streets, and must load and unload passengers in the time frame.
Rail| November 17, 2003

Nextel sponsors Las Vegas monorail

City's new light rail project will announce a 12-year, $50-million corporate sponsorship package to attach Nextel's name to the main station and one train.
Rail| November 17, 2003

Amtrak approved for $1.2B subsidy

Congressional negotiators approved the subsidy, $300 million more than the House of Representatives and the Bush administration supported, late Wednesday.
Management & Operations| November 14, 2003

California's transit bus emissions rules could be modified

State's air-quality regulators consider expanding restrictions to all transit agencies.
Rail| November 13, 2003

Bombardier, Alstom sign German railcar contract

Forty two new trainsets, valued at $104 million, are scheduled to be delivered from March 2006 to August 2007.
Rail| November 12, 2003

Seattle breaks ground on $2.4B light rail system

The 14-mile Central Link line is scheduled for completion in 2009 and is expected to move more than 42,000 people a day by 2020.

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