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SORTA begins $4.7 expansion of paratransit division

Management & Operations| October 3, 2002
Improvements to the paratransit facility will include covered parking for up to 80 vehicles, renovated maintenance area and improved accessibility.

Greyhound attack kills 2, injures driver

Management & Operations| October 1, 2002
Attack, in California, caused bus to careen out of control.
Management & Operations| October 1, 2002

U.S. DOT awards $27.7 million grant to St. Louis

The grant will be used by the Bi-State Development Agency for the MetroLink light rail extension project.
Management & Operations| September 30, 2002

ArvinMeritor introduces new single tire axle

The new specially designed beam of the axle allows a full flat floor design to be adopted in a city bus application.
Management & Operations| September 27, 2002

Businesses urged to offer transit benefits to employees

Employers can provide up to $100 per month in tax-free benefits to employees who ride public transportation to work.
Rail| September 26, 2002

Bombardier to refurbish 302 U.K. passenger coaches

The coaches, to be used by British train operator Great North Eastern Railway, are scheduled for delivery between 2002 and 2005.
Management & Operations| September 26, 2002

Cubic receives $26 million contract for San Diego

Provisions of the contract include rail ticketing equipment, transit ticket vending machines as well as handheld units for code compliance enforcement.
Management & Operations| September 20, 2002

U.S. DOT to streamline environmental review of transportation projects

Under executive order by President Bush, the DOT will implement a Cabinet-level task force to make the review process of transportation projects more efficient.
Management & Operations| September 19, 2002

ABA unveils motorcoach security assessment

The independently-commissioned, industry-wide assessment includes training curriculum and videos for ABA operator members.
Management & Operations| September 18, 2002

Coalition to register transit riders to vote

Transit Vote 2002, a coalition of national unions, environmental organizations and transit associations, will register transit riders at transit hubs, transfer stations, bus stops and ticket offices in 11 states.

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