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NTSB renames Office of Family Affairs

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

CTTransit union worker contract raises wages 7%

Management & Operations| July 23, 2002
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.
Management & Operations| July 18, 2002

Transportation security chief resigns

John Magaw will be replaced by Adm. James Loy, who was named deputy undersecretary for transportation security and COO of the Transportation Security Administration.
Management & Operations| July 18, 2002

Public transportation use improves air quality

A new study also shows that if one in 10 Americans used public transportation regularly, U.S. reliance on foreign oil could be cut by more than 40%.
Management & Operations| July 17, 2002

LET, TARTA implement interstate transfer agreement

The agreement allows free transfers to passengers wishing to ride across state lines and to and from the neighboring communities.
Management & Operations| July 17, 2002

SEPTA to use iRail e-procurement software

SEPTA intends to use the software for procurements under $25,000, which corresponds to roughly 95% of its total purchase orders.

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