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Helicopter surveys enhance security at NJ Transit

Management & Operations| April 4, 2003
The transit agency will map critical areas of the rail infrastructure.

PB/Wong venture designs San Francisco LRT extension

Management & Operations| April 3, 2003
Project elements include 1.7 miles of tunnel, four undergropund stations and one surface station.
Management & Operations| April 3, 2003

Annapolis DOT launches volunteer transportation program

Ride Partners provides long distance and recurrent volunteer transportation to older and disabled adults in and around the Annapolis, Md., area.
Management & Operations| April 2, 2003

Denver transit strike averted

Negotiators for the Denver Regional Transit District reached a tentative agreement today on a contract for its drivers, light rail operators and mechanics.
Management & Operations| April 1, 2003

NYCT to phase out tokens

The New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority will cease token sales on April 13 and completely phase out the currency on May 4.
Management & Operations| March 31, 2003

Transit board to take over Charlotte Trolley

Transit officials in Charlotte, N.C., will take over Charlotte Trolley operations, buy new streetcars and remodel a maintenance garage for an expanded trolley fleet.
Rail| March 31, 2003

Urbitran wins New York railroad contract

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.
Rail| March 28, 2003

WMATA receives radiological detection equipment

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.

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