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Cleveland RTA says Ride Happy or Ride Free

Management & Operations| February 1, 2001
Beginning February 5, riders of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) will have a money-back guarantee option if they are unsatisfied with their ride.

Bus campaign promotes organ donor awareness

Rail| February 1, 2001
Transit buses in New York and other cities in the United States and Canada are featuring ads illustrating the importance of organ donation.
Rail| February 1, 2001

Light rail postponed in Grand Canyon

Congressional intervention put plans for light rail transit in Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park on indefinite hold.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Texas opens U.S.-Mexico bus station

The first bus station in the nation to house bus lines from both the United States and Mexico opened for business in Texas.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Laidlaw undergoes financial restructuring

High fuel prices and a tight labor market were a couple of the factors that brought Laidlaw Inc. to the brink of financial disaster and a suspension from the New York Stock Exchange.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Ergonomics, HOS, ADA legislation pending for tour, transit industries

The waning days of the Clinton Administration saw regulatory and legislative action that is likely to affect both the transit and motorcoach industries.
Rail| February 1, 2001

Trans-Siberian railway to link Koreas, Japan with Russia

January 1 marked the day the first electric train ran along a newly electrified section of the Trans-Siberian railway, which will eventually link the two Koreas and Japan with Russia.
Rail| February 1, 2001

Paris Metro develops subway inspection device

The Parisian Transport Authority (RATP) combined a self-propelled vehicle with a thermal and laser scanner to inspect its subway tunnels.
Rail| February 1, 2001

New Japanese metro technologies cut costs

It seems that subway projects are only being implemented these days in developing countries in Eastern Europe and Asia, as the Western world says it can no longer afford them.
Rail| February 1, 2001

High-speed train premieres in Scandinavia

The X2000 high-speed train between Gothenburg, Sweden, and Copenhagen, Denmark, began service in January.

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