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Coalition to register transit riders to vote

Management & Operations| September 18, 2002
Transit Vote 2002, a coalition of national unions, environmental organizations and transit associations, will register transit riders at transit hubs, transfer stations, bus stops and ticket offices in 11 states.

Amtrak Acela problems cost $9 million

Rail| September 17, 2002
A month after inspectors first discovered cracks underneath Acela Express locomotives, the service is still running only 12 trains compared to 15 normally.
Rail| September 16, 2002

MBTA transit police use music to fight crime

The police are playing show tunes and marches at a city subway station in order to drive away aggressive teens.
Bus| September 16, 2002

AC Transit selects route for first phase of BRT

Agency plans for a long-range BRT plan.
Rail| September 13, 2002

Rail, port and cargo security measures sit in Congress

More attention was focused on aviation security this past year, while little has been done to make railroad passengers secure.
Rail| September 12, 2002

Amtrak to test high-tech railcar

Passengers will be able to watch movies and TV, check e-mail and shop online.
Rail| September 11, 2002

Alstom wins British high-speed rail link contract

The rail link, which will enable travelers to get from London to Paris in 2 hours and 20 minutes and 2 hours to Brussels, is set for completion in 2007.
Rail| September 10, 2002

Riders council deems New York subway signs confusing

Council investigators surveyed 106 stations from March to June.
Management & Operations| September 6, 2002

FMCSA interim final rule enforces motor carrier registration

The rule requires all states, as a condition of receiving MCSAP funds, to place out of service any vehicles discovered operating without registration or proper operating authority.
Management & Operations| September 6, 2002

Cummins submits third engine for EPA certification

The heavy-duty 11-liter ISM engine will be certified to EPA standards that were agreed to by engine manufacturers in 1998.

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