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October 28, 2009

St. Louis Metro opens $4.3M paint facility

Located in East St. Louis, Ill., the new $4.3 million facility enables Metro to prepare and paint the LRVs in an environmentally controlled area that is healthier for employees and better for the environment.


October 12, 2009

San Francisco Muni unveils LRV safety program

Agency created a decal for placement on all Muni LRVs that warns motorists to stop when passengers are exiting the vehicles.


August 6, 2009

Muni LRV maintenance facility wins award

This 181,000-square-foot LRV maintenance facility and storage yard was built on a 13-acre parcel of land and is most likely the most compact, new LRV site to be built in the U.S. within the past 30 years, according to officials.


July 23, 2009

S.F. Muni issues LRV collison update, safety steps

Immediate safety steps taken include hourly announcements to all operators reminding them it is a rule violation to cut-out or bypass any vehicle function or change operating modes without approval from Central Control.


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