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Blue Bird lays off 200 workers

Management & Operations| July 1, 2001
In response to the global economic slow-down, Blue Bird Corp. in Macon, Ga., laid off approximately 200 employees at four manufacturing plants.

FMSCA proposes tougher CDL

Management & Operations| July 1, 2001
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a proposed ruling that would strengthen CDL licensing requirements and toughen sanctions for violations.
Management & Operations| July 1, 2001

Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce creates rapid transit coalition

The coalition will attempt to increase federal funding for rapid transit projects nationwide.
Rail| July 1, 2001

Amtrak cuts management in bid to save $85 million

About 2,900 management employees were offered voluntary separation and early retirement plans.
Rail| July 1, 2001

New form of transit advertising debuts in Atlanta subway

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) becomes the first transit system in the nation to debut subway tunnel advertising.
Management & Operations| July 1, 2001

NTSB: Medical screening of drivers needs overhaul

An inadequate medical certification process for commercial bus and truck drivers contributed to the 1999 crash of a motorcoach bus along a Louisiana highway that killed 22 passengers.
Management & Operations| June 1, 2001

Keys to Proper Spec'ing of Wheelchair Lifts

Bigger, heavier wheelchairs and the need for space have forced transit and motorcoach operators to reconfigure their specifications and go beyond ADA requirements.
Management & Operations| June 1, 2001

On-Street Priority Transitways Improve Urban Mobility

Using available rights-of-way, transit operations can make better use of limited space. Here are some challenges and opportunities to consider.
Management & Operations| June 1, 2001

School Charter Crashes Prompt Closer Look at Key Safety Concerns

Two recent school charter crashes, both involving motorcoach operators, have spurred federal regulators to action. Motorcoach officials warn schools against selecting charter operators based only on price.
Management & Operations| June 1, 2001

Versatility Pays Off for Family Operation in Cleveland

With a diverse fleet of 80 vehicles, Hopkins Airport Limousine and Shuttle Service has evolved into a full-service transportation provider for the Northeastern Cleveland area.

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