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METRO Briefs

Rail| December 17, 2008
Congress requesting funds for D.C. to N.Y.C. high-speed rail. Hybrid bus co. to create hundreds of jobs. Bike commuter benefit details unclear.

CTA debuts Website redesign

Rail| December 17, 2008
Site features new tools and intuitive navigation making it easier for customers to access the information they most commonly seek, whether from a desktop or from a mobile device.
Rail| December 17, 2008

Bombardier, Alstom consortium awarded Belgian contract

Total contract value approximately $176 million, with shares of around 50 percent for each partner.
Rail| December 16, 2008

L.A. Metro to begin using TAP passes

Aiming for transit patrons to pay for rides on Metro Rail and buses and local municipal buses with a single, rechargeable card.
Rail| December 15, 2008

Siemens lands Finland driverless Metro project

Fully automated line scheduled to go into operation in the Finnish capital in 2013. Work will be carried out without any interruption in service and without replacing any of the existing trains.
Rail| December 10, 2008

British transit company launches U.S. provider

Parry Transit, the new American unit of Parry U.K., will plan, design and deploy Parry streetcar systems for the U.S. market.
Rail| December 8, 2008

Bombardier lands French locomotive contract

The transport and logistics branch of French Railways has confirmed a contract with Bombardier Transportation to supply 80 interoperable diesel electric TRAXX F140 DE locomotives.
Rail| December 4, 2008

Washington Metro debuts new Website

A new feature on the home page is a rotating headline and eye-catching graphic at the center of the page that highlights important topics of the day. Rail system information also has been enhanced to provide more immediate rider information and more interactivity.
Rail| December 3, 2008

Bombardier wins $101M S.F. people mover contract

Company will continue to operate and maintain the automated people mover system at San Francisco International Airport.
Rail| December 3, 2008

EJ&E sale could generate $60M in Chicago’s GRP

Canadian National Railway’s plan to divert freight trains to a suburban rail line would ease the freight traffic gridlock in northeastern Illinois and spur a growth of $267 million in the nation's Gross Domestic Product.

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