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Benchmarking projects need a jump start

Management & Operations| January 1, 2001
Several organizations throughout the world are engaged in benchmarking public transport services.

Sometimes looking ahead means remembering what was

Management & Operations| January 1, 2001
Many innovations that we celebrate as having profound implications for the industry’s future are simply reworked ideas from its rich past. That’s one important theme of Bill Luke’s new book, Bus Industry Chronicle: U.S. and Canadian Experiences.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Consolidation Continues in Top 50

Consolidation in the private bus industry brought new entries into our Top 50, and lowered the average fleet size by 23 buses.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Why Standards Are Critical to Industry Quality Improvement

Key figures behind the Transit Standards Consortium and the Society of Automotive Engineers comment on joint projects. Second of two parts.
Rail| January 1, 2001

NYCT's New 'Millennium' Cars Enter Service

New trainsets are part of the city’s huge rehab and revitalization of the subway. Design features are likely to be used on future metro car orders elsewhere.
Rail| January 1, 2001

Harmonizing Heavy Rail in New Jersey

New Jersey Transit is untangling its network of rail services with major construction, long overdue realignments and investment in rolling stock.

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