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American Seating acquires Transportation Seating

Management & Operations| December 2, 2003
American Seating expects to maintain select TSI products, manufactured under the American Seating name.

Mechanics agree to deal, end strike at Montreal Transit

Management & Operations| November 26, 2003
First transit strike in 14 years ends after one week when maintenance workers agree to a new deal almost unanimously.
Rail| November 26, 2003

Sound Transit picks Japanese company for light-rail line.

Cost of deal for light rail cars will keep transit agency under $138-million budget.
Rail| November 26, 2003

Bombardier closes $121-million deal, endures strike

Company will deliver 11, three-car trains to Sweden, but a plant strike in Northern Ireland has slowed production in that country.
Rail| November 24, 2003

N.J. PATH resumes service to new WTC station

Workers installed nearly 7,000 feet of new track to bring PATH service back to the trade center site.
Rail| November 22, 2003

Report: Congress must fix Amtrak

In the past ten years, Amtrak has lost more than $500 million annually, and is projected to continue.
Management & Operations| November 20, 2003

Committee unveils $375B highway/transit bill

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.

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