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FMCSA interim final rule enforces motor carrier registration

Management & Operations| September 6, 2002
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.

Cummins submits third engine for EPA certification

Management & Operations| September 6, 2002
The heavy-duty 11-liter ISM engine will be certified to EPA standards that were agreed to by engine manufacturers in 1998.
Management & Operations| September 4, 2002

Illinois law requires school bus license for coach drivers

One provision of the new law requires drivers to get a physical exam and have the examining doctor complete the state's medical form.
Rail| September 4, 2002

Bombardier receives $320 million order from New York

The order calls for the design, manufacture and delivery of 180 M-7 commuter cars featuring IGBT propulsion, on-board monitoring and diagnostic systems.
Management & Operations| September 3, 2002

SORTA seeks tax to fund transit plan

This is a corrected update to SORTA news information previously posted.
Management & Operations| August 30, 2002

Pittsburgh transit workers get tough

After layoff of 47 colleagues, bus and trolley mechanics refuse to work overtime
Rail| August 29, 2002

Alstom wins railway contracts in Greece and Korea

In Korea, Alstom is a member of a consortium that won a contract worth $388 million to build a 37-mile railway linking Seoul to the nearby international airport at Incheon.
Rail| August 29, 2002

First tracks laid for Athens Olympic tram line

The 16-mile tram route will connect central Athens to its southern seaside suburbs, where many Olympic sports are to be held.
Management & Operations| August 28, 2002

Neoplan CEO retires

After a 21-year career as a leader in the bus industry, Annemarie Chenoweth has retired as CEO of NeoplanUSA Corp.
Management & Operations| August 27, 2002

Government requires ID for transit workers

The identification cards would likely use a form of biometric identification, taken from the user's eye, voice, palms or fingerprints.

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