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CDTA, Troy unveil bus priority system

Management & Operations| June 24, 2003
Queue jumpers are signal devices that give buses priority at intersections by permitting them to move ahead of other motorists in parallel lines.

FTA streamlines contracting rules

Management & Operations| June 23, 2003
One of the most significant changes is a clear, page-by-page explanation of the most complex contracting requirements.
Bus| June 20, 2003

BRT cleaner than electric rail transit, study says

Electric rail systems generate significant air pollution, particularly where these systems are powered by electricity generated by fossil fuel power plants.
Management & Operations| June 20, 2003

Cummins Westport receives Las Vegas engine order

Citizens Area Transit ordered 51 buses powered by the Cummins 195-horsepower B Gas Plus engines to replace aging CNG-powered buses in the fleet.
Management & Operations| June 19, 2003

Stagecoach to sell 18 Coach USA operations

The Coach USA companies, located in western and south central states, brought in revenues of $215.9 million for the year ending April 30.
Management & Operations| June 18, 2003

Florida study uses smart cards for various services

This is the first study in the nation that involves a toll, transit and parking agency using multiple applications in one payment method and processing all transactions through a single source.
Management & Operations| June 18, 2003

ElDorado National breaks ground on new facility

New buses, including a 40-foot low-floor transit bus, have already been prototyped, tested and are ready for the new assembly line in California.
Bus| June 17, 2003

Pittsburgh East Busway extension opens

The extension is expected to attract 10,000 new riders.
Management & Operations| June 17, 2003

S.C. operation purchases 43 Blue Bird shuttles

Thirty-six of the units are powered by Cummins ISC 260 diesel engines, and the remaining seven are powered by John Deere 8.1 CNG engines.
Management & Operations| June 16, 2003

NHTSA to conduct motorcoach crash testing

The American Bus Association, which has repeatedly called for the crash testing of motorcoaches, said this effort is long overdue.

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