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CDL final rule toughens penalties against bad drivers

Management & Operations| August 1, 2002
The FMCSA will penalize states not in substantial compliance with licensing and sanctioning requirements of the CDL program by withholding funding.

DOT accepting comments on reauthorization online

Management & Operations| July 31, 2002
Individuals and groups may go online and submit comments, ideas and analyses regarding reauthorization of the nation's surface transportation programs.
Rail| July 31, 2002

Alstom awarded $961 million NYCT contract

The contract is for the design and manufacture of 660 heavy rail subway cars, with a delivery timeframe of 2006 to 2007.
Rail| July 30, 2002

Sound Transit sues to condemn land

The strip of vacant land would be used to expand the Sounder commuter rail service.
Management & Operations| July 30, 2002

Cubic tests smart card system for WMATA contract

The equipment that was tested included fareboxes manufactured by Cubic's partner in this enterprise, General Farebox Inc.
Management & Operations| July 29, 2002

Canadian public transit ridership remains strong

Preliminary data indicate that per-capita ridership increased from 83.5 rides per capita in 2000 to 83.9 rides per capita in 2001.
Rail| July 26, 2002

Senate transportation subcommittee votes for $1.2 billion to aid Amtrak

The suggested transportation spending bill for FY 2003 totals $64.4 billion, roughly $9.2 billion more than the level requested by the Bush Administration.
Rail| July 25, 2002

Railroads should be notified of track crossings

The NTSB made the recommendation following the investigation of a Nov. 17, 2000, collision involving an Amtrak train and a tractor-like vehicle in Florida.
Management & Operations| July 24, 2002

Stagecoach CEO quits as Coach USA revenues fall

Revenue at the Coach USA unit fell 8% in the first eight weeks of the current fiscal year, prompting Stagecoach to undertake a detailed review of the Coach USA operations.
Management & Operations| July 24, 2002

Detroit Diesel engine enhancements reduce emissions

The added technologies will provide up to a 90% reduction in particulate exhaust emissions and a 50% reduction in NOx emissions.

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