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Controversial London rail, bus master plan still up in air

Management & Operations| June 1, 2001
The fate of the proposed integrated transport strategy for metropolitan London remains undecided as officials await the outcome of an important court case and the mayor's final strategic plan.

Finally found what he was looking for

Management & Operations| June 1, 2001
I had lunch with him nearly every weekday for five years. We talked about the weather, the incivilities of the workplace, the small dramas of our personal lives.
Management & Operations| June 1, 2001

METRO's new Website provides information, interactivity, immediacy

Although I'm certain that the bricks-and-mortar approach to trade publishing will never disappear, that doesn't mean that the "new economy" approach to information exchange can be given less than our complete attention

Pittsburgh Port Authority tests side collision systems

The Port Authority of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh installed side detection systems on its buses in a $1.8 million field test of side collision systems.

60% of public believe transportation is fair or poor, says FHWA survey

Rising fuel costs prompted the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) in Clearwater, Fla., to consider hikes in several of its fare categories.

Fuel price surge spurs proposed fare hike

Rising fuel costs prompted the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) in Clearwater, Fla., to consider hikes in several of its fare categories.

Probe uncovers serious misconduct at San Diego transit agency

After an investigation of employee misconduct ranging from theft to selling drugs on company time, San Diego (Calif.) Transit fired 13 employees and suspended four others.

Park your car and grow rich

The City of Seattle is encouraging people to use public transit and other forms of non-automobile transportation by paying them not to use more than one car.
Rail| May 1, 2001

Bombardier temporarily lays off 100

A slowdown beginning at the end of April and lasting eight weeks caused about 100 people to be temporarily laid off from Bombardier’s Plattsburgh, N.Y., plant.
Rail| May 1, 2001

California tram is engineering marvel

The aerial tramway at Palm Springs, Calif., is one of three such in the world, and an engineering marvel.

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