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Portugal to invest $14B in high-speed rail network

Rail| November 11, 2003
Construction on the new links will begin in 2006 and once completed both Lisbon and Oporto will be connected to Madrid, and from there to the rest of Europe, in under three hours.

No kissing allowed on Moscow subway

Rail| November 10, 2003
Couples caught kissing on Moscow's underground rail system could be fined under new regulations being considered by city authorities.
Management & Operations| November 10, 2003

ElDorado delivers two buses to N.C. operation

The E-Z Rider II, Altoona tested for a 12-year/500,000 mile life cycle, is produced in 30-foot and 35-foot lengths.
Rail| November 7, 2003

Amtrak board nominee backs federal support of railroad

A clear federal mandate, government oversight and a steady source of funding were essential to its long-term survival according to a nominee.
Rail| November 7, 2003

US&S receives L.A. light rail contract

US&S will provide 50 cab signal sets for new light rail vehicles operating on the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority's Blue Line.
Management & Operations| November 6, 2003

One dead, four injured in bus stop shooting

A man fired into a crowd waiting at a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus stop Wednesday afternoon, killing one and injuring four others, one critically.
Management & Operations| November 5, 2003

S.F. Muni workers receive anti-terror training

Employees are being taught to look out for potential terrorist preparations such as someone casing the transit system or rehearsing an attack.
Management & Operations| November 3, 2003

Striking L.A. bus mechanics to vote on contract

MTA officials estimated the two sides were $98 million apart on key issues of wages and health care benefits when talks broke off last week.
Management & Operations| November 3, 2003

MARTA awards Cubic $72.5M smart card contract

Cubic's technology will allow commuters to use one card to pay for rail, bus, paratransit and park-and-ride fees.
Management & Operations| October 31, 2003

Illinois governor nixes school reimbursement for transit services

Senate bill would have allowed school districts to be reimbursed for transit services required to transport students.

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