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Prevost recalls motorcoaches

Management & Operations| January 1, 2001
Prevost Car Inc. voluntarily recalled certain coach models in the United States and Canada due to a defect that requires the installation of reinforcement brackets on the tag axle to prevent possible cracking and tag axle failure.

NYCT installs barcodes on equipment, report alleges record falsification

Management & Operations| January 1, 2001
To help eliminate the risk of falsified records, New York City Transit is installing on its equipment barcodes that maintenance supervisors can scan to help properly record inspections.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

How to train bus drivers in safety techniques

By definition, most transit bus drivers are high-risk workers, working late at night and alone.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

CARB amendments close emissions gap

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) proposed amendments to the certification requirements for new heavy-duty diesel engines (HDDE) sold in the state in 2005 and 2006.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Talks for unified motorcoach association dissolve

Talks between the United Motorcoach Association (UMA) and the American Bus Association (ABA) to create a joint industry association dissolved after the two could not come to an agreement on a unification plan.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Voters decide on transportation issues

Election Day saw more than a hotly contested presidential race. Transportation was the subject of several high profile ballot measures across the country.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Asian recovery revives transport projects

Asian cities are undertaking major urban transit projects to mitigate congestion and pollution of enormous proportion.
Management & Operations| January 1, 2001

Benchmarking projects need a jump start

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

Sometimes looking ahead means remembering what was

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.

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