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November 19, 2010

Metrolink to buy 20 more Hyundai Rotem railcars

The action, when added to the initial purchase of the new cars, amounts to 137 of the nation's safest railcars being deployed on Metrolink's system, starting with the first 10 next month.


December 14, 2009

So. Cal's Metrolink chief to step down

CEO David Solow will remain with the agency for the balance of this fiscal year, devoting full time to the interagency collaborations necessary for Metrolink to implement safety enhancements, including positive train control and interoperability agreements.


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