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September 26, 2012

Argentina to buy 24 more SD MTS trolleys

Signed an agreement to finalize the sale of the San Diego Trolley U-2 model light rail transit vehicles for $5.1 million. MTS is more than halfway through a program to replace the cars with new low-floor vehicles, manufactured by Siemens.


September 14, 2011

UPDATE: Argentina bus-train crash kills 11, injures 212

Two passenger trains and a bus collided when the driver of the bus drove around rail track barriers to try to beat the trains across the tracks. The driver was among the 11 killed.


April 26, 2011

Argentina bus system only hires female drivers

City service officials in a town near Buenos Aires claim that female drivers are safer, and more suited to transporting frail or very young passengers.


March 16, 2011

Argentina recycles San Diego transit trolleys

The Provincial Government of Mendoza purchased 11 vehicles from San Diego MTS for $3.3 million, signing a contract in September 2010. Four light rail vehicles were recently unveiled on the soon-to-open Metrotranvía Mendoza light rail system.


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