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Optima delivers four buses to Nevada service

Management & Operations| September 7, 2003
The new buses, powered by a Cummins ISB02 engine and an Allison transmission, were purchased to spearhead Reno's downtown service.

Report: Transit systems in decline, rated C-

Management & Operations| September 5, 2003
Aging facilities and fleets, increased demand for services and record-high levels of riders have created severe stress on America's transit systems.
Management & Operations| September 4, 2003

Optima delivers trolleybus to Kentucky

The trolleybus features a low-emission Cummins ISB02 engine and a heavy-duty chassis.
Management & Operations| September 4, 2003

Toronto Transit loses $13.6M due to SARS, blackout

The TTC estimates it lost 6 million rides due to SARS and another 2.5 million rides after August's power outage shut down the subway and streetcar lines for four days.
Management & Operations| September 4, 2003

Illinois law requires CDL for school charter service

A person must submit fingerprints, pass a written test, submit to a drug test and pass background tests to obtain a CDL school bus driver endorsement.
Management & Operations| September 3, 2003

Traffic congestion a problem, say two of five adults

Results from a Bureau of Transportation Statistics survey found more concern about congestion in metropolitan areas, where almost half the residents surveyed said congestion is a problem.
Management & Operations| September 2, 2003

Digital Recorders receives multiple system orders

The orders for electronic destination systems totaling $1.18 million will benefit public transit fleets in three states.
Rail| August 29, 2003

London power outage disrupts rush hour trains

The electrical problem, which lasted about 40 minutes, was unlikely caused by sabotage.
Management & Operations| August 28, 2003

Intercity buses carry the most rural passengers

The intercity bus industry reaches 91% (75 million) of the rural population and serves as the sole mode for 15 million people.
Management & Operations| August 27, 2003

Honolulu's public bus workers strike

The island's last bus strike occurred in 1971.

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