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ABA enlists state support for motorcoach industry

Management & Operations| April 9, 2003
The American Bus Association is asking state transportation officials to work with their respective administrations to encourage, not deter, motorcoach travel.

Bombardier wins $5.3 billion U.K. subway contract

Rail| April 8, 2003
The 15-year contract includes the supply of rolling stock, signaling, maintenance and project management of the subway.
Management & Operations| April 8, 2003

Laidlaw to emerge from bankruptcy

The company will also relocate its Canadian headquarters to the U.S.
Management & Operations| April 7, 2003

Florida DOT receives $10 million for ITS project

The project, which will demonstrate innovative techniques for collecting, integrating and using surface transportation data, calls for a two-year deployment.
Management & Operations| April 4, 2003

Cubic receives three L.A. operator contracts

Culver City Bus, Santa Clarita Transit and the City of Torrance signed contracts with Cubic, worth almost $4 million, to provide fareboxes that accept smart cards.
Management & Operations| April 4, 2003

Helicopter surveys enhance security at NJ Transit

The transit agency will map critical areas of the rail infrastructure.
Management & Operations| April 3, 2003

PB/Wong venture designs San Francisco LRT extension

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.

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