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Eurostar reduces London to Paris travel time

Rail| September 29, 2003
Forty-six miles of new tracks allow Eurostar to achieve the same top operating speed of 186 mph as it does on high-speed tracks in Belgium.

California bus operations win APTA competition

Management & Operations| September 29, 2003
Tri Delta Transit of Antioch, Calif., garnered enough points to win the overall prize.
Rail| September 26, 2003

Largest Amtrak union won't join work stoppage

The Transportation Communications Union said the one-day work stoppage was counter-productive to its stated purpose of prodding Congress for more funding.
Management & Operations| September 25, 2003

U.S. House extends funding for highway, transit

The extension provides over $14 billion to federal highway programs and over $3 billion to transit agencies around the country.
Rail| September 24, 2003

Siemens to supply 56 trains to U.K., French consortium

The 183-seater trains, which can travel up to 100 mph, are scheduled to come into service in 2006.
Management & Operations| September 23, 2003

Stamford, Conn., transitway project receives $7.9M

The project will include ITS features, providing real-time information on message signs, kiosks and bus stop signs along the way.
Rail| September 22, 2003

Bombardier receives $44M Montreal railcar order

Delivery of the cars is expected to take place in the last half of 2004.
Management & Operations| September 19, 2003

GE Interlogix, IBM partner for security services

GE will integrate its security software with IBM's enterprise management and application server software, creating a solution platform for addressing physical and IT security needs.
Management & Operations| September 19, 2003

WMATA suspends service due to Hurricane Isabel

The hurricane, which left more than 14 dead and 4.5 million homes and businesses without power, cut a path of destruction on the East Coast.
Management & Operations| September 18, 2003

States fail to connect development, transportation

A new study recommends using development subsidies as a carrot to get companies to locate jobs accessible by public transit.

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