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Feedback from new era good for transit—so far

Management & Operations| February 1, 2001
The new presidential administration and congressional leaders are so far saying all the right things.

Fortunes Change: Norm Mineta Returns to Transport

Management & Operations| February 1, 2001
Republican George W. Bush’s new Democratic Secretary of Transportation has a distinguished record of bridging party differences to make public transport investments happen.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Vigilance is Key to Motorcoach Safety

Paying close attention to the quality of drivers and vehicles can help eliminate accidents in this already secure industry.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Training Drivers Without Using Manuals

Transit properties around the U.S. and Canada share training techniques that keep drivers interested.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

ISO 9001 Update: More Transit Suppliers Sign Up

Manufacturers, buyers alike must know the key differences between the earlier editions and the 2000 edition of the quality standards. Suppliers directory can be found online under Resources.
Management & Operations| February 1, 2001

Stations Invigorate Intermodal Transportation

Investments in new station construction encourage and regulate the flow of passengers through a system, and contribute to public transit’s importance to regional transportation networks.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Airport CRFs Streamline Shuttle Bus Traffic

To reduce chaos at increasingly crowded curbsides, airport officials coaxed often-reluctant car rental companies into consolidated rental facilities (CRFs) and move passengers in special CRF shuttle buses. Will it work?
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

How to Create a Maintenance Training Program

Ten tips for planning an effective training program.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Keep Your Engines Running Smoothly

Addressing the maintenance challenges of bus engines takes on a new significance as fleets adopt new technologies to meet increasingly stringent emissions standards.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Tougher market requires creative solutions

Last year we forecast that the market for new motorcoaches would grow as well as the economy would. While the economy and the operating side of the industry did just fine, the coach market did not.

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