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WMATA takes delivery of four SLF 200 buses

Management & Operations| January 20, 2003
The buses, manufactured by Thomas Dennis Co., feature an exhaust gas re-circulation system.

Sound Transit, Port of Seattle to create light rail airport connection

Rail| January 17, 2003
A light rail station is being planned next to Sea-Tac Airport's existing terminal and parking garage.
Management & Operations| January 17, 2003

International engine retrofit program reduces emissions

When used in conjunction with ultra low sulfur diesel fuel, the exhaust retrofit kits can reduce particulate and hydrocarbon emissions by more than 80%.
Rail| January 16, 2003

Amtrak threatens another shutdown over funding

David Gunn criticized proposals that would reduce his spending request of $1.2 billion for the current fiscal year by about a third.
Management & Operations| January 15, 2003

Chance Coach renamed Optima Bus Corp.

The company became independent in 1998 when Chance Industries Inc. divested its interest in the transit market.
Management & Operations| January 15, 2003

TSA announces $15 million bus security grant program

The program, specifically earmarked for the benefit of private intercity bus operators, was part of a larger piece of legislation passed by Congress last year.
Rail| January 14, 2003

Bangkok to launch subway system in 2004

Siemens AG, train supplier for the project, will deliver 11 out of the total 19 trains in September.
Rail| January 13, 2003

FRA releases online benefit-cost analysis tool

The application and site, GradeDec.Net, can be used to evaluate the benefits and costs of rail investment projects within a risk analysis framework.
Management & Operations| January 13, 2003

DaimlerChrysler announces changes in legal structure

Under the new structure, DaimlerChrysler takes complete ownership of Thomas Dennis, LLC after an amicable split from The Mayflower Corp. plc.
Management & Operations| January 10, 2003

Cleveland RTA expands Euclid Corridor project

The project expansion includes an $18 million transit center eligible for New Starts funding.

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