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WMATA to discuss security program at summit

Management & Operations| May 31, 2002
Summit topics include WMATA's expansion of its existing security programs as well as its chemical-biological sensor detection program.

Orange County receives FTA approval for light rail line

Rail| May 30, 2002
The CenterLine is a proposed 18-mile system linking three cities in the county.
Rail| May 30, 2002

U.K. Transport Secretary Byers resigns, replaced by Darling

Alistair Darling assumes Stephen Byers' position, for which Byers received heavy criticism after his initial decision to not compensate Railtrack shareholders.
Rail| May 29, 2002

Union Switch & Signal awarded PATH contract

The contract is part of three projects underway to restore or repair PATH rail transit facilities and track damaged or destroyed during the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks.
Management & Operations| May 28, 2002

Cummins submits engine for EPA certification

To meet the EPA emissions standard, a cooled exhaust gas recirculation subsystem was added to the ISB engine.
Management & Operations| May 24, 2002

Digital Recorders shareholders approve proposals

Shareholders voted in favor of electing four nominees to serve on the company's board of directors for a term of three years.
Management & Operations| May 24, 2002

Consumer travel poised for comeback this summer

According to the American Express Leisure Travel Index, bus and train travel will each account for 3% of travel in 2002.
Rail| May 24, 2002

Rail systems warned against possible attack

The U.S. Department of Transportation has asked transit system operators to "remain in a heightened state of alert."
Management & Operations| May 22, 2002

FHWA's Peters testifies on growing threat of traffic congestion

From 1980 to 2000 highway travel increased 80% and the number of drivers increased by 30%, while highway mileage increased only 2%.
Rail| May 22, 2002

Alstom wins $352 million train order from Sweden

The regional trains, to be used for service in the greater Stockholm area, will be able to operate at speeds up to 100 mph.

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