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Online 'Best Practices' to be Developed for Motorcoach Industry

Management & Operations| July 13, 2001
Attendees of the American Bus Association's Bus Industry Safety Council began work on a set of industry "best practices" that will be distributed via the Internet.

Tunnel Management System Unveiled

Management & Operations| July 3, 2001
Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta introduced a tunnel management system initiative for the nation's highways and transit tunnels.
Management & Operations| July 3, 2001

BRT Design Winners Announced

The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded four designs for high-capacity buses in its National Bus Rapid Transit Vehicle Design Competition.
Management & Operations| July 2, 2001

Laidlaw Inc. Files for Bankruptcy

Laidlaw Inc. is seeking protection from its creditors and has filed petitions for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The company has struggled under mounting debt loads brought on by disastrous investments in U.S. ambulance and hazardous waste disposal industries.
Management & Operations| June 26, 2001

DART President Snoble Resigns to Head L.A. MTA

Roger Snoble, president/CEO of Dallas Area Rapid Transit since 1994, announced his resignation last week to become the CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). He will replace retiring MTA CEO Julian Burke in September.
Rail| June 20, 2001

College Offers Degree in Rail Disasters

A British university is offering the world's first disaster studies degree that will cover such topics as rail crashes and terrorist attacks.
Management & Operations| June 18, 2001

Kentucky First to Implement 511

Last week, the northern Kentucky-Cincinnati metropolitan area became the first region in the country to adopt the 511 traveler information telephone number.
Rail| June 8, 2001

Amtrak to Mortgage Penn Station

To ease some of its $3 billion debt, Amtrak received permission from the U.S. Department of Transportation to use a large part of its Pennsylvania Station as collateral for a $300 million loan.
Management & Operations| June 2, 2001

L.A.’s MTA Backs Away from Diesels, Orders More CNGs from NABI

Rejecting an extensively research staff recommendation, the board of directors of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Agency (LACMTA) voted instead to buy up to 1070 more compressed-natural-gas-powered buses. The vote preserves a decision made last year to buy all alternatively fueled buses.
Rail| May 31, 2001

Subway Company Deletes Scene From Movie

Hong Kong rail operator MTR Corp. asked a local movie maker to cut a ghost scene from her new thriller for fear it would scare away passengers, Reuters reported.

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