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ElDorado National breaks ground on new facility

Management & Operations| June 18, 2003
New buses, including a 40-foot low-floor transit bus, have already been prototyped, tested and are ready for the new assembly line in California.

Pittsburgh East Busway extension opens

Bus| June 17, 2003
The extension is expected to attract 10,000 new riders.
Management & Operations| June 17, 2003

S.C. operation purchases 43 Blue Bird shuttles

Thirty-six of the units are powered by Cummins ISC 260 diesel engines, and the remaining seven are powered by John Deere 8.1 CNG engines.
Management & Operations| June 16, 2003

NHTSA to conduct motorcoach crash testing

The American Bus Association, which has repeatedly called for the crash testing of motorcoaches, said this effort is long overdue.
Rail| June 13, 2003

Bombardier finalizes $545M Taiwanese rail contract

Completion of the first six-miles and delivery of 60 vehicles for the mostly elevated Neihu Line is anticipated in the summer of 2007.
Management & Operations| June 12, 2003

New Jersey Transit unveils hybrid electric buses

NJT invested $8.5 million in federal funds for seven hybrid electric buses that include four cruiser buses for intercity routes and three transit buses for use on local routes.
Management & Operations| June 11, 2003

ABA testifies on industry impacts of SAFETEA bill

Section 3020 of the Bush Administration's proposal would provide a loophole that would allow transit charters if they provide service to the elderly or disabled, the largest market for the intercity bus industry.
Management & Operations| June 10, 2003

Cubic links California smart card systems

Under two new contracts, totaling more than $4.8 million, Cubic will deliver and install smart card processing fareboxes on Long Beach and Norwalk, Calif., buses.
Rail| June 10, 2003

SEPTA takes top prize at APTA rail rodeo

SEPTA earned fourth place in the operator and second place in the maintainer competitions, garnering enough points to win the overall prize.
Management & Operations| June 9, 2003

Montana DOT enhances 511 traveler information service

MDT is adding 800 miles of additional routes so that the database will include more than 8,000 miles of major state-maintained roads.

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