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Operation Lifesaver Bus Wrap Promotes Rail Safety

Management & Operations| February 23, 2000
The Jacksonville (Fla.) Transportation Authority and Florida Operation Lifesaver teamed up to promote safety at railway grade crossings by wrapping a bus with FOL's safety message.

Talgo Makes Several Announcements

Rail| February 18, 2000
Patentes Talgo, S.A. of Spain rang in the New Year with several announcements.
Management & Operations| February 18, 2000

RTD Dodges Privatization Curbs, Awards Major Rail Feeder Bus Contract

The Denver Regional Transit District (RTD) dodged a bullet in Colorado’s state legislature designed to kill the district’s ability to contract out as much service as it currently does.
Management & Operations| February 14, 2000

Atlanta Public Transport Between Law’s Rock, CSX’s Hard Place

The Atlanta region is caught between the mandates of EPA regulations and the unwillingness of a national freight railroad to grant them access, making any plan to improve the region’s public transport more expensive than the billions it expects to spend anyway.
Rail| February 10, 2000

Clinton Would Fund 12 Rail Projects in FY 2001

The full funding grants agreements covered in the administration’s FY 2001 budget request would assist the following 12 rail projects.
Management & Operations| February 10, 2000

FY 2001 Transit Budget Follows TEA 21 Guarantee

President Clinton’s proposed FY 2001 budget follows his budgeting pattern ever since the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century was enacted in 1998: Keep within the TEA 21 guarantees, but don’t spend any more than that.
Management & Operations| February 10, 2000

New Innovative Financing Proposed in Clinton FY 2001 Budget

President Clinton proposed more billions of dollars in new and existing innovative financing programs in his FY 2001 budget proposal just transmitted to Congress.
Management & Operations| February 7, 2000

Feds Set Up On-Line Payment for Some DOT Services

The U.S. Department of Transportation implemented a Website called, "Do It Yourself," allowing DOT customers to fill out various forms on-line and to pay immediately with use of a credit card.
Management & Operations| February 7, 2000

Drivers, Mechanics Needed for 2002 Winter Olympics

For those who have ever dreamed about being in the Olympics, here is your chance.
Rail| February 3, 2000

Amtrak, Foes Differ on Future

Amtrak reported that it beat its business plan target by more than $2 million in the first quarter of fiscal year 2000, with total revenue up 8% to $476 million.

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