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Alameda County Transportation Plan Approved: Airport Connector Gets Green Light

Management & Operations| April 25, 2000
The Board of the Alameda County (Calif.) Transportation Authority recently approved a $1.4 billion expenditure plan to fund transportation programs and capital projects in Alameda County over the next 20 years.

Sound Transit Citizen Panel Heads Elaborate on Report

Management & Operations| April 25, 2000
Sound Transit, in Seattle, received qualified praise for its success in light rail and bus service from the Citizen Oversight Panel (COP) in its last report of 1999.
Management & Operations| April 19, 2000

WMATA Installs Solar-Powered Lights at Bus Stops

Continuing with its environment-friendly trend, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority installed three solar-powered lighting devices at several of its bus shelters and stops.
Management & Operations| April 19, 2000

Black Boxes on Buses May Block False Claims

The Utah Transit Authority, as well as several other transportation agencies around the country, has begun investigating “black box” technology that will provide objective evidence of what passengers experience during an accident.
Management & Operations| April 7, 2000

New Coach That Also Carries Express Freight in Works

A new over-the-road vehicle designed to carry both passengers and express freight is being developed by an affiliated company with Neoplan USA.
Management & Operations| April 6, 2000

U.K. Industry Gets Cash Boost, But Problems Remain

A major cash boost aimed at improving public transport in the U.K. has been announced in a recent government budget speech. Yet, major problems remain for the funding of credible public transport in the country.
Management & Operations| March 27, 2000

Despite Record Spending, U.S. Transport Still Favors New Roads, Study Says

A report released by the think tank Surface Transportation Policy Project (STPP) concludes that public transport is actually getting a smaller share of federal money, as states pour funds into building highways.
Rail| March 23, 2000

Public Not Pleased With Proposed FRA Rule

Designated quiet zones and the decibel level of train horns were topics raised at one of eight public hearings held by the Federal Railroad Association.
Management & Operations| March 21, 2000

Phoenix Voters Approve LRT, Bus Expansion

Phoenix voters approved a massive $2.9 billion multimodal public transport improvement scheme by a two-to-one margin.
Management & Operations| March 21, 2000

DOT Announces Transit Safety Plan

U.S. Deputy Transportation Secretary Mortimer Downey has unveiled a new initiative to ensure "the highest levels of safety in the nation’s mass transit," as he put it.

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