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Senate transportation subcommittee votes for $1.2 billion to aid Amtrak

Rail| July 26, 2002
The suggested transportation spending bill for FY 2003 totals $64.4 billion, roughly $9.2 billion more than the level requested by the Bush Administration.

Railroads should be notified of track crossings

Rail| July 25, 2002
The NTSB made the recommendation following the investigation of a Nov. 17, 2000, collision involving an Amtrak train and a tractor-like vehicle in Florida.
Management & Operations| July 24, 2002

Stagecoach CEO quits as Coach USA revenues fall

Revenue at the Coach USA unit fell 8% in the first eight weeks of the current fiscal year, prompting Stagecoach to undertake a detailed review of the Coach USA operations.
Management & Operations| July 24, 2002

Detroit Diesel engine enhancements reduce emissions

The added technologies will provide up to a 90% reduction in particulate exhaust emissions and a 50% reduction in NOx emissions.
Management & Operations| July 23, 2002

NTSB renames Office of Family Affairs

The office was renamed Office of Transportation Disaster Assistance to better describe services provided by the staff.
Management & Operations| July 23, 2002

CTTransit union worker contract raises wages 7%

Under the new contract, the top operator rate will increase from $18.99 to $20.33 in a series of general wage increases and COLA payments.
Bus| July 22, 2002

Boston's Silver Line opens

Phase I of the BRT service, which uses dedicated lanes and exclusive underground tunnels, opened July 20.
Management & Operations| July 22, 2002

Cummins Westport obtains engine development funds

The 5.9-liter B Gas Plus will be equipped with new electronics and sensors that can accommodate variations in fuel composition.
Rail| July 22, 2002

Sound Transit's commuter rail carries one-millionth passenger

The two-year-old service carries more than 11,000 riders per week.
Management & Operations| July 19, 2002

Bush nominates Blakey, Nober to transportation posts

Nominations include NTSB Chairwoman Marion Blakey to head the FAA and Roger Nober to chairman of the Surface Transportation Board.

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