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METRO Briefs

Motorcoach| February 4, 2009
NTSB: driver agrees to interview. L.A. Metro enhances safety for blind riders. D.C. to N.Y.C. bus co. begins service.

MBTA equips rail fleet with defibrillators

Rail| February 3, 2009
To date, more than thirty Automated External Defibrillators have been installed on trains to protect passenger safety. The entire fleet will be equipped by the end of spring.
Rail| February 2, 2009

Harsco taps Sullivan to lead transformation initiative

Richard A. Sullivan will provide central strategic leadership to the company's worldwide LeanSigma(r) continuous improvement implementation.
Accessibility| January 30, 2009

ASCE: Nation's infrastructure receives a "D" grade

U.S. surface transportation systems have declined over the past four years, with transit dropping from D+ to D, and roads dropping from a D to a nearly failing D-.
Rail| January 29, 2009

L.A. Metro tests first car on Gold Line

Trip was part of a clearance test in which the train car was towed, rather than self-powered, at approximately 5 mph so that it could easily stop on short notice.
Bus| January 28, 2009

METRO Briefs

Rapid rail from N.C. to Atlanta considered. Transit drivers honored for safety. London tube maps created to help disabled.
Motorcoach| January 23, 2009

METRO Briefs

Intercity bus comes to Ky. HSR Authority addresses Californians’ concerns. Florida transit creates mini-bus for mini-city
Rail| January 23, 2009

MTR-Hong Kong to operate Swedish metro system

Agreement contains financial incentives covering traffic operations, vehicle maintenance, cleaning, punctuality and customer satisfaction.
Rail| January 23, 2009

Ansaldo STS lands Naples metro contract

Ansaldo STS will carry out works relating to the overhead line, power cables, telecommunications, signaling, automation and protection systems on the 3.1-mile stretch of track constructed entirely in double tunnels.
Rail| January 21, 2009

Houston officer rescues woman from oncoming D.C. train

Due to his quick actions, the 68-year-old Nashville, Tenn. woman was not seriously injured.

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