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ABA tells Congress of industry challenges

Management & Operations| July 24, 2003
Congress was urged to insure fairness in competition and to level the playing field in addition to making small, targeted investments in the industry.

Cubic signs Australian contract for $95 million

Management & Operations| July 23, 2003
The new system, the first of its kind in the region, will link most urban rail, bus and ferry services in South East Queensland, Australia.
Management & Operations| July 23, 2003

Valley Metro light rail approved for final design

FTA approval for the final design keeps the Phoenix project on schedule to begin construction by this time next year and open in late 2006.
Management & Operations| July 22, 2003

Dallas airport links terminals with SkyLink

The new $2.6 billion SkyLink automated peoplemover system is scheduled to open in 2005.
Management & Operations| July 21, 2003

Canada releases advanced technology vehicle report

Transport Canada's advanced technology fleet currently includes 86 vehicles, which use technology such as hybrid power trains, batteries, low carbon fuels, advanced gasoline and diesel engines.
Bus| July 18, 2003

RAPID bus service begins in Phoenix

The buses serve two of the region's busiest commuter corridors.
Management & Operations| July 18, 2003

U.S. DOT awards $14.7 million to universities

The DOT awarded 13 grants in support of advanced transportation-related research at University Transportation Centers nationwide.
Management & Operations| July 18, 2003

L.A. selects Cummins Westport engines for buses

The low-emission L Gas Plus engine is targeted to achieve a level of 1.2 grams of oxides of nitrogen per brake-horsepower hour.
Management & Operations| July 17, 2003

Optima Coach delivers to Corpus Christi, Texas

The 35-foot Opus bus, equipped with an ergonomic dash and a telescopic steering wheel, features vandal-resistant cloth seats.
Management & Operations| July 16, 2003

Court upholds N.Y. MTA transit fare increase

The decision reverses rulings by two lower courts, which said the fares should be rolled back.

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