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Wabtec signs $60 million N.Y. subway contract

Rail| October 15, 2003
Wabtec will supply brakes, couplers and current collectors for New York City suway cars to be built by Alstom and Kawasaki.

L.A. bus mechanics strike, stranding thousands

Management & Operations| October 14, 2003
The decision to proceed with the walkout was made Sunday, after negotiations between the union and the MTA made no progress over the mechanics union's health care fund.
Management & Operations| October 13, 2003

Luminator receives $1.3 million in sign orders

Orders were placed for new buses purchased by Connecticut Department of Transportation, Detroit Department of Transportation, GO Transit and Oahu Transit.
Rail| October 10, 2003

New Orleans streetcar project receives $21.6 million

The project includes constructing over five miles of track and designing the new streetcars, which will closely resemble the historic cars that ran on Canal Street until 1964.
Management & Operations| October 9, 2003

Transportation fatalities up slightly in 2002

Transportation fatalities in the U.S. increased by 129 in 2002 to 45,098 with highway deaths accounting for virtually all of the total.
Management & Operations| October 7, 2003

Optima delivers four buses to Nevada service

The new buses, powered by a Cummins ISB02 engine and an Allison transmission, were purchased to spearhead Reno's downtown service.
Management & Operations| October 7, 2003

Ultra-clean fuel facility aims at reduced emissions

The newly-constructed natural gas-to-liquids demonstration facility near Tulsa, Okla., is scheduled to begin production in early November.
Rail| October 6, 2003

Amtrak to overhaul Acela Express

The rail service will make significant changes to its Acela Express service later this month in an effort to boost reliability and attract more high-paying business travelers.
Management & Operations| October 1, 2003

Public transit relieves traffic congestion, study says

Without transit, nationwide delays would have increased by nearly 30%, costing residents in the major urban areas studied an additional $21.2 billion in lost time and fuel.
Management & Operations| September 30, 2003

U.S. DOT awards $127M grant to New Jersey Transit

One of three combined grants will pay for a 6.1-mile extension of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System.

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