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Gillig, MCI deliver to Minnesota Valley Transit

Management & Operations| June 6, 2003
MVTA will replace obsolete, non-accessible buses with 12 low-floor Gillig buses and seven 45-foot coaches from Motor Coach Industries.

Digital Recorders unit wins destination sign orders

Management & Operations| June 5, 2003
The seven orders, totaling more than $1.13 million, will benefit public transit fleets in six states.
Management & Operations| June 4, 2003

Report reveals policy options for CO2 reduction

The U.S. transportation system emits more CO2 than any other nation's total economy, except that of China, and presently accounts for seven of 10 barrels of oil this nation consumes.
Management & Operations| June 3, 2003

U.S. DOT changes employee drug testing rules

The new rule prevents employees in transportation industries from being unfairly found to have violated the department's regulations.
Rail| June 2, 2003

New Delhi metro rail ridership dwindles

From nearly 200,000 people who rode the train daily after its opening, the numbers have dwindled to a daily average of 40,000 to 50,000 people.
Management & Operations| June 2, 2003

Maxon to use design software to test lifts

Engineers can perform strength, strain and interference tests within a computer model before any actual fabrications are manufactured.
Management & Operations| May 30, 2003

Annapolis Transit summer youth pass offers savings

The Summer Youth Pass costs $25.00, a substantial discount compared to two months of unlimited adult bus passes, which costs $160.00.
Management & Operations| May 30, 2003

MCI forms fleet support division

Under the new structure, MCI Service Parts, Service Centers, field service representatives and the MCI warranty department will become one enterprise for greater customer response.
Management & Operations| May 29, 2003

Tempe, Ariz., transit program wins advertising award

The campaign employed a variety of advertising, public relations and public involvement activities to encourage Tempe residents to ride the bus, bike and walk.
Rail| May 29, 2003

Bombardier receives $165 million Deutsche Bahn order

Vehicle delivery is scheduled to start in May 2004. German rail operator, Deutsche Bahn intends to use the trains in S-Bahn operation.

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