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Urbitran wins New York railroad contract

Rail| March 31, 2003
The two-year contract includes consulting services for parking expansion, development, station access studies, new stations, facilities and long-term development for the MTA Metro-North Railroad.

WMATA receives radiological detection equipment

Rail| March 28, 2003
The equipment, valued at about $7,000, will be used by the Metro Transit Police Department should they have reason to believe that a suspicious package may pose a radiological threat.
Rail| March 27, 2003

Bombardier receives $48 million French Railway order

The 14 three-car trains are scheduled to be delivered between January 2006 and December 2007.
Rail| March 27, 2003

Canada offers $435 million for transit improvements

Funding is earmarked for GO Transit's rail network in the extended Greater Toronto Area as well as for the "Quick Start" phase of the York Region Rapid Transit Plan.
Management & Operations| March 25, 2003

U.S. transportation network under more scrutiny

Federal officials implemented new communications and mapping systems, and incorporated intelligence in their planning.
Management & Operations| March 25, 2003

iRail to launch SEPTA e-procurement system

SEPTA will use the system for procurements under $25,000, which corresponds to roughly 95% of its total purchase orders.
Management & Operations| March 24, 2003

First Transit acquires DynTek division

First Transit will assume responsibility for Medicaid and paratransit call center contracts.
Management & Operations| March 24, 2003

How to contact TSA during extreme emergencies

These numbers should only be used in cases of extreme security breaches.
Rail| March 21, 2003

Sound Transit rail line clears environmental hurdle

Sound Transit was approved for protecting habitats of threatened chinook salmon, bull trout and bald eagles along the shoreline rail route.
Management & Operations| March 20, 2003

MARTA police to make random searches, inspections

The stricter security measures will only be employed during Code Orange or Code Red threat levels.

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