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Paris conducts mock chemical attack on Metro

Rail| October 23, 2003
The exercise, which took place at midnight, involved 500 police, firefighters and rail staff.

Orbital wins $8 million San Diego contract

Management & Operations| October 23, 2003
Orbital will supply communications and dispatch software, which features full computer assisted dispatch capabilities, real-time vehicle tracking and wireless data communications.
Management & Operations| October 22, 2003

Striking mechanics meet with transit agency

Both sides resume talks after MTA initially backed away from a demand by mechanic's union that the transit agency take over struggling healthcare fund.
Management & Operations| October 21, 2003

Olympic transportation projects suffer delays

An International Olympic Committee report cites prolonged delays in building a rail line from downtown Athens to seaside Olympic venues, and a suburban rail system.
Management & Operations| October 20, 2003

Honeywell to acquire Silent Witness

The two companies expect to complete the acquisition in the fourth quarter of 2003.
Rail| October 17, 2003

Amtrak reports record ridership for 2003

Amtrak's ridership topped the previous record of the 23.5 million passengers set in 2001 and was 2.7% better than last year's result of 23.4 million.
Management & Operations| October 16, 2003

NTI offers transit supervisor training materials

This project was the result of the transit industry's need for supervisory training, which contains a transit context and applicability.
Management & Operations| October 16, 2003

Canadian public transit projects eligible for $1B

The fund, announced in Budget 2003, is part of the government's latest $3-billion contribution toward renewing Canada's public infrastructure.
Management & Operations| October 15, 2003

ABA releases consumer guide to hiring motorcoach

The guide suggests consumers inquire about the operator's federal operating authority, a valid insurance certificate and a valid commercial driver's license.
Rail| October 15, 2003

Wabtec signs $60 million N.Y. subway contract

Wabtec will supply brakes, couplers and current collectors for New York City suway cars to be built by Alstom and Kawasaki.

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